1. Tissue or toilet paper
2. Selfie stick
3. Hand sanitizer / alcohol
4. Bottled water
5. Pepper spray and other similar self-defense tools
6. Too many clothes
How about you? What would you add to this list?
Jazz Big Boy is a cafe/bar that is wildly different than your traditional Jazz scene. The interior is sure to bring a hop to your step and a smile to your face, with a bright yellow door to welcome you inside and light interior colors that pop and bring energy to your day. Music ranges from old hip hop to modern jazz, but this venue is one that is sure to bring you more energy and a fun filled afternoon. At 7PM, this place turns into a bar and requires a 1000 yen cover charge so be sure to keep that in mind before you visit. Be sure to bring cash as this place does not accept credit cards. Photos found on Foursquare
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