0

metaタイトル:

Top 3 Unique Bars in Tokyo

Top 3 Unique Bars in Tokyo

From the haunted house-themed Kichijoji Yurei to the Sumo stadium-shaped Hananomai Ryougoku, Tokyo has no shortage of bizarre bars. Here are a few lesser known ones across the city that might just pique your interest. As the neon lights of Tokyo illuminate the night, step into these unconventional spaces that transcend the ordinary, offering customers an immersive experience that blends creativity, imagination and a touch of the bizarre. Enjoy these unique bars from your convenient base at The Millennials Shibuya, LIVELY TOKYO AZABUJUBAN or HOTEL GRAPHY NEZU.

Click the button below to book your stay at The Millennials Shibuya.

Click the button below to book your stay at THE LIVELY TOKYO AZABUJUBAN.

Click the button below to book your stay at HOTEL GRAPHY NEZU


Drink with the Monks at VOWZ Bar 

Yep, you read that right. Enjoy alcohol handmade from monks in Nakano, one of Tokyo’s most eclectic, bustling districts. A little heads up before you go – VOWZ Bar comes to a standstill every now and then for an occasional sermon session, so you just might end up leaving a little more enlightened! Space is limited as there is only max seating for 20 so it’s best to show up at 7 p.m. to ensure yourself entry. We recommend avoiding the medicinal beverages and going for the cocktails if you’re not feeling so adventurous.

Try all-you-can-eat Japanese candy at Shibuya Dagashi Bar

Located near Shibuya 109, Shibuya Dagashi Bar captures the essence of post-war Japan when dagashiya, local shops selling affordable candies to children, were ubiquitous. For a 540 yen (tax included) table charge, patrons can order a drink and delve into a nostalgic selection of over 100 candies, including gum, ramune and gumi, popular nostalgic snacks from half a century ago. The ambiance mirrors the warmth of childhood memories. While you can’t take the candies home, bagged sets are available for gifting. The menu extends beyond sweets, offering childhood favorites like octopus-shaped wieners and fair-inspired dishes. You can experience creativity infused into drinks like the Sumomo Sour and Genki Hatsuratsu Sour.

Meet Some Cool Cats at Bar 猫 

Last and perhaps least known on the list is Bar 猫(Neko), a bar owned by one human and two cats. Advertised as a space where ladies can safely patron alone, the bar features two sleek and chill felines who have free rein over the premises. Cats aside, the menu is quite out of the ordinary with creative choices such as their delicious chocolate mint cocktail. Cute cats and tasty cocktails, what else does a cat lovin’ human need?


The Millennials Shibuya is the ultimate high-tech capsule hotel experience. 6-min walk from Shibuya Station. 120 SmartPod units, IoT integration, futuristic design, and coworking spaces.

Click the button below to book your stay at The Millennials Shibuya.

THE LIVELY TOKYO AZABUJUBAN crafts a luxurious lifestyle with 62 elegant rooms and attractive facilities including a rooftop bar with a great atmosphere.

Click the button below to book your stay at THE LIVELY TOKYO AZABUJUBAN.

A little urban oasis located in the heart of Yanesen and near Ueno station. This hostel-like space is the perfect place to come together and take a break from busy Tokyo.

Click the button below to book your stay at HOTEL GRAPHY NEZU