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Tokyo Closet Ball

A monthly & foreigner-friendly drag show.

Shinjuku Nichome

If you’re partial to Japanese-Mexican fusion (because two delicious cuisines are better than one), you could try visiting Rainbow Burritos, a tiny burrito joint with just enough space to snuggle up with a couple of friends...

8men Okinawa

Naha, Okinawa Prefecture’s capital city, doesn’t have the LGBT nightlife options of larger metropolises like Tokyo or Osaka...

Tokyo Rainbow Pride Fest

Its annual Tokyo Rainbow Pride an awesome weeklong event of queer acceptance, love and, yes, of course, pride...

WaaGwaan

Though the bar is lesbian-owned and advertises as LGBT friendly, it is open to anyone and everyone, no matter what gender, sexual orientation or nationality...

Eagle Tokyo

In this "Brooklyn-style" bar, a friendly barman will take your order at the entrance while you take in their seasonal decor...

Doyamacho: Osaka’s Gay District

It is conveniently located near many downtown offices, as well as one of the city’s largest hub stations, so people flock to this district after work to let off some steam and cut loose...

4 LGBT Bars in Saitama

Sure, Tokyo has Shinjuku Ni-Chome and Osaka has Doyamacho, the epicenters for gay culture in Japan, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a gay old time closer to your local rural community...

4 LGBT Bars in Sapporo

As Hokkaido’s largest city, Sapporo is also one of the first to recognize same-sex partnerships and has a history of actively supporting LGBT businesses...

Shibuya Home Bar

Unlike the many, more gender-exclusive gay bars of Shinjuku Ni-chome, Home proclaims a welcoming vibe, whether ye be straight or gay, Japanese or foreigner...

Lady Killer

The event used to go down at Maharaja Osaka, a staple in the local club scene since the 1980s, but since september 2018, it has a new home at Maharaja Minamai in Namba...

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