Known as a city that never sleeps, Tokyo fully embraces the moniker with a huge selection of brilliant nightclubs, some of which are open until 6am. Want an alternative to the commercial music played at many Tokyo bars? The popular dance club always has a fun and welcoming crowd, the menu is foreigner-friendly and the drinks are reasonably priced. The entrance fee also gives you access to their sister club, The Annex, which is located nearby.
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One square meter of land in the district's center is worth over ten million yen , making it one of the most expensive real estate in Japan. From to , today's Ginza district was the site of a silver coin mint Ginza means "silver mint" in Japanese , after which the district was eventually named. The Ginza evolved as an upmarket shopping district following the Great Kanto Earthquake. Most shops in the Ginza district are open every day of the week. A visit is most pleasant on weekend afternoons when the central Chuo Dori street is closed to automobile traffic and become a large pedestrian zone. The road closure takes place from noon to until from April through September.
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Tokyo is a lot of fun! Each time we've visited, we've always had a hilarious time partying in the gay bars of Shinjuku. In terms of finding a place to stay, Tokyo has an array of gay friendly hotels to choose from.
In short, Tokyo is home to one of the most diverse and fascinating nightlife scenes on the planet! In such a massive metropolis, and with so many amazing options, trying to decide what to do can be overwhelming for daytime tips, make sure to see our One Day in Tokyo. Keen to indulge in expertly-crafted cocktails in a classy mixology den, sample local craft beer in a cozy pub, or let loose in a mega club?