This warren of tiny alleys began as a black market following WWII. The narrow two-storey wooden buildings remain the same, though...
During the day merchants from nearby Kabukichō come to this Shintō shrine to pray for the solvency of their business ventures. At night,...
Tokyo’s most notorious red-light district, which covers several blocks north of Yasukuni-dōri, was famously named for a kabuki theatre...
With gilttering chandeliers dripping from the ceiling and gilded frames on the walls, Albatross G has the decadent look down. If the...
The house speciality at this atmospheric noodle joint, up a treacherous stairway in Golden Gai, is niboshi rāmen (egg noodles in a...
Akarui Hanazono 3-ban-gai · interesting places nearby
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Kawai-san, the proprietor of this Golden Gai bar, knows more about film (especially that of Chris Marker) than most of us ever will. No English is spoken here, though you’re welcome to practise your rusty Français.