Tokyo’s most notorious red-light district, which covers several blocks north of Yasukuni-dōri, was famously named for a kabuki theatre...
This warren of tiny alleys began as a black market following WWII. The narrow two-storey wooden buildings remain the same, though...
This Kabukichō spectacle is wacky Japan at its finest, with giant robots manned by bikini-clad women and enough neon to light all of...
A rooftop night market that spans the Asian continent, Asia-yokochō has vendors dishing out everything from Korean bibimbap to...
B2 fl, 1-12-9 Kabukichō · interesting places nearby
The chequerboard stage here has hosted the feedback and reverb of many a Tokyo punk over the last 35 years. The music is loud and usually good.