Kitakyushu Hotel Plaza
Via Straits Times
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Are you a cat lover and planning to visit Tokyo? Well, you're in luck - there are several neat spots to check out if you're wanting to pay homage to your feline
Standup Tokyo is just what the name suggests, lots and lots of stand-up! Every month, they host about 20 shows and you can choose to go to the nights where new comedians are trying out experimental material, or to the more experienced ones. Occasionally, comedians from oversees will be the headliners so keep a watchful eye out for those events. If you can speak or understand the native language, then they also have nights where the international locals perform entirely in Japanese! Are you up for the challenge? Check out there upcoming events on their website! (Good Heavens is the flagship comedy show that is located in Shimokitazawa on Wednesdays)
Body and Soul is larger than your average jazz joint, and apparently has really good food. This venue has an easy to follow website where you can see the details of each of their live performances before you plan your visit. They have a few locations, so be sure to check that out. On their website, they mention that they are one of the first jazz clubs that ever opened when jazz fist came to Japan! That is defiantly worth checking out! I chose this venue largely due to another reason; it has a similar title to my favorite poem in the whole entire world, A Dialogue Between the Soul and Body by Andrew Marvell. If you have some time, give it a read, I’m sure it won’t disappoint!
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Marutama is best known for its chicken based soup which is simmered for over six hours to give it a light and delicate flavour. When the soup is gone, it's gone