This warren of tiny alleys was first a post-WWII black market, then a licensed quarter until prostitution was outlawed in 1958. The...
Garam is a cool little reggae club with a friendly owner and no Rasta poseurs. The house DJ spins a mix of dub, hip-hop and roots...
Nagi has a handful of highly-rated shops around town, each dedicated to making a different style of noodles and broth. At this outpost...
1-16-5 Kabukichō · interesting places nearby
Don Quijote information
Meet Don Quijote, Tōkyū Hands’ trashy cousin. In Kabukichō, the fluorescent-lit corner shop is filled to the brink with weird loot. Chaotic piles of knockoff electronics and designer goods sit alongside sex toys, fetish costumes and packaged foods. They have quite a presence in Tokyo, though not all shops are open 24 hours.