7 interesting and different nightlife places of Japanese youth

Being a big shopping center, Tokyo (Japan) at night becomes gorgeous and bustling with many interesting and interesting recreational activities for young people.

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Robot Restaurant, Japan.
Robot Restaurant: Also located in Shinjuku area, Robot restaurant is a famous entertainment address in Japan, attracting many young people. This destination specializes in interesting entertainment programs with robot cars, giant robots, beautiful dancers singing, dancing in the bright LED lights. Admission costs more than 74 USD. At the same time, you have to spend more than 9 USD for sushi bento, the only dish on the menu. Service hours: 18-23h. Photo: Travel Where to Next.
Magic Bar Tejinaya Shinjuku, Japan.
Magic Bar Tejinaya Shinjuku, Japan.
Magic Bar Tejinaya Shinjuku: Located in Shinjuku's bustling commercial district famous for nightlife activities in Tokyo, Magic Bar Tejinaya Shinjuku is a place dedicated to magic followers and comedians. Visitors who come here do not necessarily need to know Japanese because most of the performances show humor in an intuitive way. The staff directly perform short magic tricks at the table to serve guests. Each person will have up to 90 minutes to enjoy the performances and sip a drink. Service hours from 18h to 1:30 pm. Photo: Tejinaya, Japantravel.navitime.Karaoke Big Echo, Japan.
Karaoke Big Echo: Japanese people love to sing karaoke. Located in Shibuya, the busiest traffic area in the Japanese capital, Big Echo is one of the famous karaoke bars. The number of visitors here is very large, especially in the evening. If you want a room right on your arrival, you should book in advance so you don't have to wait. The list of songs is very diverse, including popular English songs. Beverage prices more than 4.5 USD. Room rates are over 3 USD for 30 minutes. Service hours: 19-23h. Photo: Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens.
Taito Station, Japan.
Taito Station: Taito Station is one of the leading names in famous entertainment centers in Japan, frequented by people here, especially young people. The most interesting thing about Taito Station is the fascinating games, modern graphics with legendary anime and manga characters. Besides, the center also has high-tech virtual reality games, photo sticker booths, souvenirs ... However, those under 18 will be banned in fixed time frames. Service hours: 10-24h. Photos: Pinterest.
Super Potato, Japan.
Super Potato: Super Potato is the classic game store chain in Japan. The 3rd and 4th floor of Super Potato is the world for those who love video games of 8X and early 9X generation. The games and devices here are all Japanese versions, often slightly different from the foreign version. The store also maintains a rare collection of classic electronic games such as stuffed animals with characters images, background music ... Service hours: 11-20 hours. Photo: Flickr.
Kaotan, Japan.
Kaotan: Kaotan is the place to serve ramen noodles preferred at the Japanese capital. A very small kitchen gives you a sense of nostalgia, but this unique space makes the culinary experience even better. A ramen bowl includes broth, pork, fried onion, peas ... Visitors only need to say "ramen" and will have the most famous dish in the restaurant right away. From Monday to Thursday, the restaurant serves between 11:30 am and 5:00 am the next morning. Friday and Saturday, the shop serves from 1h30 to 6h. Kaotan closed on Sunday. Photo: Flickr.
Omoide Yokocho, Japan.
Omoide Yokocho: Omoide Yokocho is a narrow alley near the west exit of Shinjuku station with over 50 small restaurants. Most shops here only have a 5-seat kitchen counter. Long, deep alley with red lanterns hanging in front of the restaurants. It brings a casual space of street food, attracting a huge number of tourists every year. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Tokyo. Service hours: 17-22h. Photo: SilverKris.

7 interesting and different nightlife places of Japanese youth 7 interesting and different nightlife places of Japanese youth Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on August 14, 2019 Rating: 5

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