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This is one of the hottest area in Japan. Especially, in the night, there are a lot of place to visit. (Izakaya, night club, restaurant etc...)
Kabukichō is an entertainment and red-light district in in north east Shinjuku beyond Yasukuni-dōri Avenue. It is very famous for hostess bars, host bars, love hotels, shops, restaurants, and nightclubs, and is often called the “Sleepless Town”. Getting There By Train : JR Line, Tokyo Metro…
The best time to go to Kabukicho would be at night, the nightlife had some crazy vibes as all the lights lit up and convenient areas to drink at bars. There's so much action all the time! They say New York's the city that never sleeps, but this place sleeps way less than the big apple!
If you say Tokyo, the first word that may come up to mind is maybe, Kabuki-cho formerly know as "Town that doesn't sleep". Bar, diners, karaoke and internet café are all yours for night time dreams.
Kabukichō à travers des expériences Airbnb
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Kabukicho, Tokyo 160-0021
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