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The bright neon lights of dotonbori in Osaka, Japan

Osaka

A kaleidoscopic vision of neo-Japan.

Roppongi

It’s post-war reputation as a somewhat seedy entertainment district popular among foreigners has had a recent overhaul, with the building of several large-scale, upmarket commercial centers that have transformed the area into a classy and cosmopolitan meeting place for young professionals...

Kokusai Dori (International Street)

Stretching roughly two kilometers through the heart of downtown Naha, Kokusai Dori Street - literally “International Road” - is a shopping strip that’s as unbeatably colorful as the capital city itself...

Shin-Okubo

Unlike most of the Tokyo metropolitan area, many signs in Shin-Okubo are are trilingual: Japanese, English, and… Korean...

Ebisu

Ebisu is one of the busiest locations along the Yamanote Line, providing passengers with direct access to most of the major tourist attractions and landmarks in central Tokyo...

Koenji

This cozy hood exudes a laid-back attitude of the kind where shoppers endlessly browse in pursuit of vintage gems, and local izakaya stay filled with the sounds of clinking glasses, hearty cheers, and buzzing conversations till the wee hours of the night...

Sanjo Bridge

 There's no better way to gain insight into Japanese culture than heading over to this popular hangout spot during your trip...

Club Circus

This is the sort of club where the patrons are used to old school legends scratching records, knowing that the listeners will understand the technical aspects of every scratch...

Hollow Point

Like other airsoft bars, what makes this basement bar different from your average place is that it comes with a one-person shooting range...

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...

Kiyamachi Dori (Street)

Kiyamachi Dori, or Kiyamachi Street, is a picturesque street area with a river running parallel where you’ll find some of Kyoto’s best nightlife — ramen shops, Japanese barbecue and even a few clubs...

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