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Cheap izakaya in Kabuki-cho 290 yen beers. Pork tempura & yakitori
This museum located in the bustling Shinjuku area invites visitors to experience the "way of the samurai". The museum gives a detailed historical background to
Located in the heart of Tokyo, in the Shinjuku area, the Robot Restaurant is a fun night filled with lights, glitter, neon, mirrors, dancers, and of course, rob
The New Dug
The New Dug is a cafe/bar with a history, as it came after the original jazz cafe DUG which hosted some of the largest names in the jazz world as they visited Tokyo. It was sadly closed permanently, as the original building it was a part of was was torn down. The original cafe was owned by a photographer by the name of Hozumi Nakadaira and the place was considered to be one of the most legendary in Japan. The New Doug has all of the same music and features Nakadaira’s photographs throughout the shop and it even has his pictures in the form of postcards that you can get for just 100 yen! The ambiance can be described as an underground space that is dark and intimate, perfect for those hard-boiled jazz cats who like their whiskey on the rocks. This place was also features in Haruki Murakami’s award winning novel called Norwegian Wood, a must read. Come here to experience a piece of history, preserved through the photographs that accent the walls of the space. Photos found on Foursquare
The Psychoanalytic Experimental Bar "Cremaster"
A Bar in Shinjuku's Golden Gai with a 5 seat counter on the first floor and 9 seat table on the second. Open Sundays.
Located in the Golden Gai in Shinjuku, this bar has been a go-to spot for drinks among regular customers for 40 years. The bar was named after a classic Chris M