Night-time in Tokyo comes alive as the entire city lights up. This makes for a perfect backdrop to explore Tokyo’s nightlife. To find out where is good to go out in Tokyo, we asked you to tell us about your favourite Tokyo bars over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...
Rock Inn Current
Marine Gandy says:
The Rock Inn Current!!! Wish I could go back, but it's not so easy to get another long-stay visa. The Godz is another great rock bar but also more expensive.
This is a popular rock and indie bar with live performances and music all week. There’s a great selection of drinks on offer and it has a great atmosphere.
Location: Daikan Plaza 756-203l, 7-5-6 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku
Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 7pm – 4.30am, Sat: 7pm – 5am, Sun: 7pm – 2am
Popeye Beer Club
Mike Kriz says:
Beer Club Popeye in Ryoguku, 100 beers on tap, with many great Japanese craft beers you normally can't find!
If you like beers from all over the world then make sure to visit Popeye Beer Club in Tokyo. This is a popular spot with a great atmosphere where you can avail of craft beer from all over the world. Food is also served here.
Location: 2-18-7 Ryogoku, Sumida-ku
Opening hours: Open 5 - 11.30pm, closed Sundays.
Brillant at The Keio Plaza Hotel
Shinji Aoyama says:
Brillant (Keio Plaza Hotel main bar) is wonderful brick style bar and Haguruma in Kagurazaka is very dark cool bar.Japanese advice.
Brillant is the main bar at the beautiful Keio Plaza Hotel. This stylish bar has a great atmosphere that can be both lively and relaxing. There’s a great range of drinks on offer from all over the world.
Location: South Tower 2F, Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo, 2-2-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku
Opening hours: Mon – Fri: 5pm – 2am, Sat & Sun: 4pm – 2am
Scott Robin says:
Christon Cafe in Shinjuku... It's a gothic church styled bar and restaurant.
This bar and restaurant is worth a visit to check out its interior alone. Christon Cafe has been decorated to replicate a middle age European style church. You will find candles, stain glass windows and many religious artefacts inside. There’s also a great selection of food and drinks on offer here as well as some aptly named cocktails.
Location: 8F Oriental Wave, 5-17-13 Shinjuku
Opening hours: Mon 5pm - 11pm; Tue - Sun 5pm - 5am
David Wilson says:
Coins in Shibuya or the O.C in Ofuna.
Coins Bar is a popular choice for both locals and tourists because of its cheap prices on both food and drink.
Location: 36-2 Noa Shibuya Building B1
Opening hours: Mon – Sun: 4pm to 11:30pm
Irina Ursu says:
Watami is a chain of restaurants with drinks available around Tokyo. This particular branch in Shinjuku is very popular so expect a short wait to get a table. There’s a great selection of food and drinks on offer along with a great atmosphere.
Location: Nishi-Shinjuku 1-13-1, Kesa Bldg 3-6F
Opening hours: Sun – Thurs: 5pm - 3am, Fri - Sat 5pm - 5am
This is one of Tokyo’s most popular nightclubs. It’s a large venue with an outdoor terrace and pool. It often plays host to some of the world’s best DJs.
Location: 136-0082 Koto-ku
Opening hours: Fri - Sat: 11pm - 6am
So if you plan to travel to Tokyo make sure you sample some of these great suggestions for Tokyo bars and nightlife for some great entertainment.
And many more...
Aaron Scheid says:
Fish company in kawaguchi next to the hostel there...
Megumi Matsunaga says:
bar Q in Shibuya