It has lots of musical instruments such as acoustic guitars, electric guitars and basses that occasionally regulars and new customers who wish to play, can plug it in and let their inner Malmsteen out.
One of the nicest parts of Shinjuku is the vibrant diversity of the area. No matter what you’re looking for, Shinjuku is the place where you can scratch any itch.
Japan is the land of the rising sun, but it’s also land of the strange, as you’re about to find out. Step through the entrance of Shibuya’s infamous vibrator bar with me.
For in truth, the traditional Japanese izakaya is neither a bar nor a restaurant, but perhaps best described as somewhere in-between.
Living in Japan has a countless amount of benefits. It’s a very safe country to live in, the food is great, and it’s usually fairly easy for speakers of English to get a job in a language school. One of the downsides of living in this fantastic country, however, is that it can be very difficult to mix properly with the locals – that is, make friends with Japanese people.
Yokohama area is full of interesting and not-so-known spots, at least to tourists. One of such areas is the one by the Ooka River, between Hinodecho (日ノ出町), which means city of the sunrise, and Koganecho (黄金町),which means the town of gold.
From Mita station, within a two-minute walk, you are sure to come across a gate leading into a narrow road lined with a variety of small shops and restaurants. This road is a part of an area called Keiō naka Dōri. It is a dining area filled with many places to eat, relax and have a few drinks.
The chance to hit the town with the ladies does not come around often enough and when it does, there are high expectations for a few hours of girl-talk and cocktail drinking.