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The atmosphere caulked the Trump Room in Shibuya.

Trump Room

The Trump Room is now permanently closed. You can find other bars, clubs and pubs listed here.

With Asahi Sky Room, visitors can have a drink while contemplating Tokyo from above.

Asahi Sky Room

Prèsde Asakusa, sur la berge de la Sumida, un bâtiment au nom d’unecélèbre brasserie de bière nippone a mis le bar haut !

Club Ageha in Tokyo is the largest nightclub in Tokyo.


Ageha (butterfly in Japanese) is the most popular and biggest club in Japan, four gigantic stages and smaller hidden ones, an impeccable sound system and quality programming that clubs around the w

The facade of the Bonobo bar in Shibuya, the smallest cocktail bar in Tokyo.

The Bonobo bar

In the heart of Harajuku, hidden behind a transparent curtain and a heavy wooden door, lies the smallest cocktail bar in Tokyo.

The Bagus Gran Cyber ​​Cafe mangakissa in a workmanlike. Internet, anime movies, video games, all for a good night.

Bagus Gran Cyber ​​Café

In the bustling Shibuya, Bagus Gran Cyber ​​Café presents the traditional services of a mangakissa for a mere 1 500 yen for eight hours. An unlikely home for one night, as a temporary halt.

Ryogoku Kokugikan on a sanctuary of sumo in Tokyo.

Ryogoku Kokugikan

It's at Ryogoku Kokugikan that you understand the spirit of sumo: close to the Edo-Tokyo Museum, this mythical stadium can accommodate up to 13 000 people.

The front of the new kabuki theater (Kabuki-za) in Ginza.

New Kabuki Theater

On April 2nd, 2013, three years of silence were broken by the echoes of Japanese traditional drums. The Kabuki-za of Ginza returned to life in its new architectural clothing signed Kengo Kuma.

Albatross G Bar

At the heart of Kabukicho, a district with a concentration of love hotels, hostess bars, pachinko and restaurants, Golden Gai is a small haven of darkness and false tranquility that for a few hours

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