Bunkamura means ‘culture village’, and this was Japan’s first cross-cultural centre. Productions at Theatre Cocoon swing between...
This tiny, sparkly gem of a cocktail lounge hosts both DJd and live-music events. It’s an appealing spot for older kids hanging out in...
In this basement bar, waiters rove with churrascaria (Brazilian-style grills) – cuts of beef, pork and chicken, served by the slice off...
Lonely Planet review
This brick-walled basement workhorse of a Korean barbecue joint is a fine place to grill kalbi (short ribs) or chicken in any of four exotic marinades over hot coals set into your table. For an extra treat, order a dish of namuru (marinated Korean vegetables) and generous pours of Korean soju (what Japan calls shōchū ). It’s across the three-way intersection from both H&M and Tōkyū department store.