This event is one of the largest street parties in Tokyo, taking place in the neighbourhood of Koenji during the last weekend of August. One of the city's liveliest festivals involving a large procession of portable shrines priests, dancers, musicians and other characters dressed in various traditional costumes.
One thing we guarantee, Tokyo is one super fascinating destination you will fall in love with and will want to return to. Craft Beer Market has locations throughout the city. A content marketing strategist and consultant. I love the details that you share.
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If you find yourself in the wrong place, you may be oh-so-politely tolerated, perhaps ignored, or — in the very worst case, refused service and asked to leave yes, it sometimes happens. My friend has had introductions to English-speaking people. What's included. As well as delicious cocktails there are board games you can play and even a fortune-telling hall with gay fortune-tellers!
We particularly loved the penthouse wellness sanctuary where you can swim under a skylight roof. To them, going to Tokyo Rainbow Pride once a year or hanging out in Shinjuku may be their main community event.
Review of: Tokyo Gay Night Tour. GB is where the picking up hots up — and where the sparkle of aboveground fun shares eyes with the more careful business of sizing up, glancing, holding it there, moving on over or looking away.
Our Kaiseki at the Nadaman restaurant included an appetiser work of art, the famous Wagyu beef and fresh heavenly sashimi. Hi everyone, I am Masa! But each speaks the dialect of a particular scene. Thank MitchyMelb.
Have you guys ever came to Hawaii.. Tokyo is full of great clubs large and small, and in addition to the links above see Live Music , Resident Advisor is one of the best resources. Very well done and fun. The bars range wildly in theme and atmosphere, with establishments including spots like Bar Plastic Model, which has a vintage 80s theme, Bali Bar with a distinct tropical vibe, as well as the artsy Bar Kodoji, which prides itself on an amazing collection of rare Japanese photography.