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From ganguro girls with painted faces, to stern businessmen clad in suits—their days spent behind a desk and nights behind a bar, Sapporo in hand--to young men celebrating with style a new spirit of gay liberation beginning to emerge in this conservative culture, this is a place of vast contradictions. There are... More
Old-school Tokyo faveThis hot-spot in Nichome has been around for years. Their sister club, The Annex, is ajoined, making for two-for-the-price-of-one fun. The club is divided into two... More
"Went midweek, Larger than outside let's on to..."BBUC
Very Friendly Little Gay BarStumbled into this friendly little bar the week after they opened (last month) and have been back a couple of times. Run by a gay couple from Fukuoka, both of whom speak English and are happy to chat with foreigners. Typical small J-bar -- only 10 seats or so. But warm welcome, reasonable prices and no cover charge make for an enjoyable evening of chatting.First to Review
DisappointingThis place has taken a dive for the worst and is just a money machine for the owners. They refuse to turn the air conditioning on despite it being over 30degrees in there and dangerously overcrowded (one earthquake and forget about an evacuation) and as the other reviewer said the miserable staff are rude and don't speak English even though half the customers are not Japanese. The music is stuck in the past and is like a CD put on repeat. The DJs who are also rude just pose and refuse to take song requests. If you have to go here, go early as this club closes at 1am.
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1. City Hotel Lonestar (5 fans)
Gay friendly access to Nichome
2. Park Hyatt Tokyo (3 fans)
Indulge at this Tokyo treat
3. Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku (2 fans)
Convenient and comfortable
4. Hyatt Regency Tokyo (1 fans)
5. Best Western Shinjuku Astina Hotel (2 fans)
Reasonable rooms in Shinjuku