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Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

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Whether you want to party all night or just have a few drinks with friends, Tokyo can satisfy your needs. We have collected the top 10 nightlife districts in this city that never sleeps, from Ebisu's casual bars and popular izakayas to Harajuku's trendy restaurants and exciting nightclubs. When you arrive in Tokyo, get ready to have fun!

1. Tokyo Nightlife | Shinjuku

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

As one of Tokyo's busiest business districts, Shinjuku has a high density of shops, bars and restaurants. Many nightclubs and bars in Tokyo are equipped with English signs and menus for the convenience of foreign tourists, and Shinjuku is no exception. With the concentration of gay bars and nightclubs in Ni-chome and Tokyo's most famous red-light district Kabukicho, Shinjuku is always more exciting as the night goes on.

Have fun in Shinjuku:

Shinjuku PIT INN (2-12-4 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, B1 floor, Acode Shinjuku): A long-established jazz bar in Tokyo, it is extremely popular and must be booked in advance. Sipping a drink and listening to live jazz performances at Shinjuku PIT INN is a great enjoyment in life. And the bar entrance fee includes a drink.

Golden Street "Golden Street" (1-1-6 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo): Golden Street, an alley with many bars, is a place where you can drink until dawn. Many bars here have English menus and most bartenders speak English.

Robot Restaurant (1-7-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo): This lively robot restaurant features unique singing and dancing performances, suitable for tourists of all ages. The restaurant has 3 to 4 performances a day and also serves delicious bento sets.

2. Tokyo Nightlife | Shibuya

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

Shibuya’s trendy style mainly attracts young people, but people of all ages will love the food and wine here. The streets of Shibuya, bustling nightclubs and leisurely restaurants and bars form an extremely comfortable night scene, where you can completely relax your nerves.

Explore Shibuya

Spincoaster Music Bar (2-26-2 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo): Music enthusiasts will be moved to tears by the excellent sound effects of Spincoaster Music Bar. As a popular Japanese music bar, the atmosphere here is comfortable and you can hear music from all genres.

Womb (2-16 Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo): The popular nightclub Womb has 4 floors. The wonderful DJ performances are accompanied by changing lights, lasers and dynamic dance music. What are you waiting for? Follow the crowd and twist.

Ruby Room (2-25-17 Kasumi Bil 4th floor, Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo): Ruby Room is not far from the busy Shibuya Station and is within walking distance. Want to party till late? This is the perfect place. Great music, dancing, high-quality alcoholic beverages, this stylish club has it all, and private rooms are available for special events for guests.

3. Tokyo Nightlife | Roppongi

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

Roppongi is Tokyo's bustling city of lights and nightlife. Only by going there in person can you experience the "luxury" here. As a popular destination for Tokyo residents and foreign tourists, sharing interesting stories and making memories with new and old friends at night in Roppongi is a great pleasure in life.

Discover Roppongi

Muse (4-1-1 Nishiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Azabu Kasumicho Mansion B1F): A popular party bar in Roppongi that is open until 5 a.m. on weekends. Muse has bright lights, heartfelt music and first-class cocktails. It's perfect for dancing and having fun.
Kaori (3-8-15 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo): One of the largest performance restaurants in Japan, it is very popular with tourists. At Kaori, you can not only enjoy first-class food, but also watch super exciting performances.

ODEON TOKYO (3-15-23 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 3F): A long-established nightclub in Roppongi that has been open for more than 10 years. If you want to party, come here! Live DJ, singing and dancing, the night at ODEON TOKYO is always so wonderful~

4. Tokyo Nightlife | Ginza

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

As night falls, the shopping malls in Ginza close, but bars and restaurants are like beasts resurrected at night, lighting up their eyes with ambiguous lights. Nightclubs and bars are everywhere in Roppongi, and most of them have a casual and relaxing atmosphere.

Explore Ginza

The Iron Fairies Ginza (5-9-5 Ginza Cheers Ginza B1F, Chuo-ku, Tokyo): In addition to delicious food and first-class wine, The Iron Fairies Ginza's biggest feature is its comfortable and magical decoration.

Ginza 300 BAR 5-chome (5-9-11 Chuo-ku, Tokyo): Since its opening in 1992, the rustic Ginza 300 BAR 5-chome has accumulated a high reputation for its high-quality dishes and excellent cocktails.

Big Echo Karaoke (4-2-14 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo): Want to sing karaoke with a group of friends at night? The Big Echo Karaoke chain is a good choice, with private rooms that are especially suitable for group activities.

5. Tokyo Nightlife | Ebisu

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

Ebisu may not be your first choice for dancing in Tokyo nightclubs, but eating, drinking, and having fun with the locals, Ebisu is the perfect place. Casual-style restaurants and izakayas are crowded together, and many nightclubs and bars are noisy until dawn.

Explore Ebisu:

Ebisu Beer Hall "Ebisu ビヤホール" (1-1-1 Ebisu Minami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo): As the name suggests, the store's various types of beer are the specialty of Ebisu Beer Hall. In addition, this cozy beer house also serves other alcoholic beverages, such as sake, wine, cocktails, and more.

Tsunami Ebisu Tokyo (1-22-3 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo): An equally popular izakaya. Walking into Tsunami Ebisu Tokyo, the casual atmosphere makes people feel relaxed. Hawaiian food is the signature here.

Bar Martha (1-22-23 Vera Heights 109, Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo): Bar Martha, which focuses on music, is not suitable for parties, but it is a comfortable place to enjoy music and sip a drink.

6. Tokyo Nightlife | Shimokitazawa

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

Shimokitazawa’s streets are filled with small boutiques and second-hand shops that convey a unique bohemian vibe. The antithesis of mainstream Tokyo is also reflected in the retro bars and restaurants. Shimokitazawa’s hippie vibe is worth a day of exploration, with a morning of shopping at second-hand shops like Shimokitazawa Garage Department and a night of dancing, drinking, and having fun in the bars.

Discover Shimokitazawa:

808 Lounge (2-23-6 Kitazawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo): The spacious and cozy 808 Lounge is open until late every night. In addition to live singing and dancing, the bartenders here will mix you a special drink using fresh ingredients.

Mother (5-36-14 Daizawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo): Mother’s unique cave-inspired décor and cozy small-town bar atmosphere have won over locals and tourists. Here, you can always find like-minded people to drink and chat with.

Honya B&B (2F, Kitazawa 2-12-4, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo): Is there anything better than a glass of craft beer and a good book? At Honya B&B, you can enjoy this low-key beauty. This bookstore is open most evenings and until late at night.

7. Tokyo Nightlife | Akasaka

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

As an important commercial district in Tokyo, Akasaka is full of office buildings and luxury hotels. Hie Shrine is the main tourist attraction in Akasaka. Since most of the customers are white-collar workers who come to have a drink after get off work, the restaurants and bars in Akasaka are elegant and high-end. Here, you can enjoy delicious food and strong alcoholic drinks. However, if you want to relax completely, such as dancing and disco, it is recommended not to come to Akasaka.

Play all over Akasaka

Ninja Akasaka (Tokyu Plaza Akasaka 1F, 2-14-3 Nagatacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo): Ninja Akasaka, which is open late most nights, is the best choice for a good meal and a few glasses of wine. The restaurant combines mystery and elegance appropriately with a ninja theme, and the quality of the food is also first-class.

Akasaka BLITZ (5-3-2 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo): With a capacity of about 600 people, Akasaka BLITZ is a great place to enjoy local niche music or performances by foreign artists. Live performances here are usually subject to advance reservations. If you are lucky, you can hear good music with a few drinks.

Barny Akasaka (6-4-21 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo): After a tiring day, it is great to relax with a drink at Barny Akasaka, which is not far from public transportation. The cocktails here are rich in variety and flavors, and each one is mixed just right.

8. Tokyo Nightlife | Odaiba

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

Odaiba is an artificial island in Tokyo Bay. To get here, you need to cross the Rainbow Bridge. As Tokyo's entertainment and leisure area, Odaiba has too many restaurants and shopping malls, such as the giant AQUA CiTY Odaiba. When night falls, the Rainbow Bridge lights up brightly, illuminating the city that never sleeps in Odaiba, and the scenery is particularly beautiful.

Have fun in Odaiba

Oedo Onsen Monogatari (2-6-3 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo): Oedo Onsen Monogatari, which is open until the early morning, is a great experience and is one of the most worthwhile attractions in Odaiba. The hot spring hall has dozens of baths of different temperatures, and is also equipped with several restaurants, bars and gift shops.
Tokyo JOYPOLIS (1-6-1 Odaiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, DECKS Tokyo Beach 3F~5F): Tokyo JOYPOLIS, which brings exciting music, amusement facilities, and prize competitions, brings tourists a multi-sensory stimulating experience. This super fun indoor park is open until 10pm every day, and you can play games and ride roller coasters at night.
Tokyo Odaiba Ferris Wheel (1-3-10 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo): It’s okay not to go to bars in Odaiba at night, but it’s absolutely unforgivable not to ride the Odaiba Ferris Wheel. The 115-meter-high Ferris Wheel is lit up after sunset.

9. Tokyo Nightlife | Ikebukuro

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

Tokyo's Ikebukuro is a mecca for otaku culture. Many shops and restaurants here are anime-themed, and many bars and restaurants are open until late at night. When you arrive in Ikebukuro, it is recommended to experience otaku culture in the lively Sunshine City in the afternoon, and then go to Ikebukuro's popular bars to have a drink and relax after the night lights come on.

Explore Ikebukuro

Kurand Sake Market (S&K Building 4F, 3-27-3 Nishi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo): Friends who like sake should not miss this Kurand Sake Market. You only need to pay a flat price once, and you can taste more than 100 kinds of sake in a casual atmosphere. If you want to save money, you can also bring your own snacks to go with the wine.

Penguin Bar Ikebukuro「ペンギンのいるBAR IKEBUKURO」(2-38-2 Cosmy1 1F, Toshima-ku, Tokyo): Penguin Bar Ikebukuro, which wins with delicious food, drinks, and cute little animals, is actually home to a group of little penguins! They are playing in the bar's small pool, waiting for your arrival. The bar opens at 6 pm, remember to arrive early to grab a good seat, and you will have a chance to feed the super cute little penguins.

Ikebukuro Sakura Cafe & Restaurant(2-39-10 サクラホテルIKEBUKURO 1F, Toshima-ku, Tokyo): Sakura Cafe, which is open 24 hours a day, is also popular. It's so comfortable to have a drink and a Western meal on the beautiful outdoor porch~

10. Tokyo Nightlife | Harajuku

Tokyo-Tokyo Nightlife: Top 10 Districts in Tokyo + Restaurants, Bars, and Nightclubs

Harajuku, famous for its fashion, music and trendy culture, has the blood of young people flowing in its bones. If you choose to walk on the streets of Harajuku one afternoon, of course you have to visit the most famous Takeshita Street. After seeing the crowds, go to Harajuku’s best bar for a drink and spend a wonderful Harajuku-style night.

Enjoy Harajuku

Harajuku Taproom "Harajuku Taproom" (1-20-13 Jingu-mae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo): Harajuku Taproom near Takeshita Street is a popular beer bar. You can enjoy the delicious appetizers here and watch the crowds come and go. Comfortable. The bar serves a variety of craft beers all year round, and also has several seasonal limited editions, so don’t miss it.

Bar Bonobo (2-23-4 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo): A small bar but full of energy. Bar Bonobo is a bar and nightclub that offers great techno and pop music, as well as top-notch refreshing drinks and a beautiful covered terrace filled with greenery.

Harajuku Gyoza Restaurant (6-2-4 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo): Open until 2 a.m. most nights, this restaurant is the first choice for a late-night snack before returning to the hotel. The skin of this pan-fried dumpling is crispy, the taste is among the best in Tokyo, and the price is very reasonable.

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