Fun Things To Do In Tokyo At Night
Looking for Some Tokyo Entertainment to keep you up all night?
Whether it’s clubbing, Jazz, Romantic Spots or a crazy Karaoke evening, Japan has it all.
Tokyo has a crazy nightlife. Entertainment districts are crowded all night long.
Tokyo Entertainment Districts
Tokyo Nightlife has many centers throughout the city, each has it’s own unique atmosphere, and suits different age and Budget.
Most famous are Ginza, Shinjuku, Shibuya and Roppongi.
The neon lights and the mass of people are awesome, and you never know what you might find on your way.
Tokyo Entertainment Reviews
The most popular Entertainment spots are Tokyo Izakaya’s (Japanese Bars) where office workers unwind from their working day. These places serve food and drinks.
Karaoke is a sure way to break the ice with people, and have a few good laughs.
There are a few options – a Karaoke bar, that’s where you sing to the whole bar. More common now is Karaoke box – a private room where you can sing and drink together with your friends and avoid the embarrassment of singing in front of strangers.
A karaoke box (it’s actually rather big) is a room with a TV, microphones and a karaoke system.
It doesn’t really matter if you can sing, everyone participates. The whole point of Karaoke is to loosen up with a few drinks and have a laugh.
Karaoke – Japanese style – is the ultimate Entertainment In Japan. It’s a fantastic insight into Tokyo at night.
The concierge at your hotel can recommend a few places. Tokyo is packed with them.
See More: Tokyo Nightlife: Karaoke
Tokyo Restaurants And Romantic Things To Do
The view of Tokyo Skyline with a cocktail in hand is one of the most Romantic things to do in Tokyo.
A good spot is the New York Bar on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt Hotel where Sofia Coppola filmed ’Lost in Translation’. The view is fabulous, there are floor to ceiling windows around and live Jazz.
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Geisha: Tokyo Entertainment For Men
Hostess bars are for Men-Only. Doing business in Japan usually involves this type of Japanese entertainment.
See More: Japanese Business Etiquette
The hostess job is to light your cigarette, pour you drinks, laugh from your jokes and generally boost your ego.
Hostess bars in different forms have been a part of Japan culture for centuries. These places offer Japanese men a sympathetic ear and an escape from work pressures. Japanese men usually have a favorite hostess bar they come back to.
See More: Asakusa Japan: Tokyo’s Geisha District
These places are outrageously expensive, mainly because you pay for the hostess drinks as well.
Recommended Day Tours:
Day Tour 1 in Tokyo: Best of Tokyo
Day Tour 2 in Tokyo: Highlights
Day Tour 1 in Kyoto: The Best of Kyoto
Day Tour 2 in Kyoto: Cherry Blossoms, Shrines and Geisha
Nara Day tour
Nikko Day tour
Hakone Day tour
Kamakura and Yokohama Day tour