After the match for the Rugby World Cup 2019, there’s no shortage of excitement to make for a great evening in Tokyo, that can be found simply by strolling around the bustling street and the night views as if Tokyoites.
Decks can offer you interesting views of Mount Fuji in contrast with the urban illuminated skyscrapers of Tokyo, especially from Bunkyo Civic Centre.
The World Trade Center Building Observatory Seaside Top, which links directly from Tokyo Monorail Hamamatsu Station, boasts a 360-degree panorama of Tokyo, including landmarks like Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Skytree, Odaiba, and on a clear day, even Mt. Fuji.
Kabukicho, located just northeast of Shinjuku Station is Japan’s largest and wildest red light district, featuring numerous department stores, subterranean malls and electronic shops.
Roppongi is known for its nightlife among foreigners, offering a large number of foreigner-friendly bars, restaurants and night clubs. Also, there are two modern buildings called Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown, which have allowed Roppongi to expand its appeal to a wider range of visitors and residents with their elegant atmospheres.
Golden Gai is a time-warped tumble of bars in Kabukicho packed with over 200 small bars and eateries where is famous both as an area of architectural interest and for its nightlife.
Located to the west of Senso-ji Temple in Asakusa, Hoppy Street is archetypal Japanese drinking district filled with old-fashioned Japanese-style bars, where visitors can try some casual tapas and alcohol such as Hoppy, a beer-flavoured drink mixed with shochu.
Yurakucho is home to antenna shops from across Japan, and is now famed as a new type of yokocho (eatery alleyway). The establishments lining this alley serve local dishes using ingredients rarely found in Tokyo.