What the Dickens!
The longest-running and most established conversation cafe in Tokyo, Com ‘Inn holds international parties on the first Saturday and...
In addition to a daily line-up of bilingual classes (mostly Hatha yoga), Yogajaya holds workshops with teachers visiting from overseas....
The name means ‘super’ in Hiroshima dialect and the lively crowd that packs in on weekends certainly seems to agree. Generous quantities...
This retro arcade is chock-a-block with colourful counters dishing up everything from grilled scallops to yaki soba (fried buckwheat...
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Lonely Planet review
This British pub is a long-time favourite of down-to-earth expats and cosmopolitan Japanese alike. The beer and pub grub are well up to scratch, while there are local bands that play for free nightly. It has an unlikely location inside a building that looks like adobe decorated with a mosaic of a hummingbird.