WHAT TO DO IN TOKYO AT NIGHT, ONCE THE NIGHT FELLS?
You are in Tokyo and you want to enjoy the nightlife of the capital, but you are lacking in inspiration and you do not know where to go after dark? Here are some ideas that will help you liven up your parties, whatever your interests.
WALKING IN AN ANIMATED TOKYO DISTRICT:
Tokyo never really sleeps … And many areas (which are part of the main areas of Tokyo to visit) are famous for their nightlife. You would be wrong to deprive yourself of a walkabout and an overdose of colored neon lights during your trip to Japan! You can name the inescapable district of Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Kabukicho, Akihabara or Roppongi for their clubs and clubs. There is also the island of Odaiba, further away, which can be visited after dark, to admire various illuminated points of interest: the Rainbow Bridge, one of the replicas of the Statue of Liberty or the giant statue of Gundam.
The famous district of Shibuya is a must. It is here that you will cross the famous Shibuya Crossing (intersection with several pedestrian crossings which is located right at the exit of the station of the same name, and who sees tens of thousands of people each day). Animated by day, and even more in the evening, to go to Shibuya is to find yourself in the middle of this excitement own Tokyo … And it’s already an activity in itself, I guarantee it! Know that if you want to enjoy an overview of the famous pedestrian crossing, you can climb up the 109 version of men (not to be confused with the tower for women which I will speak just after) and free access to a platform from where you can enjoy a superb view! Day and night, it is always a hallucinating show. Also, do not forget to see the statue of the faithful dog Hachiko, which is just outside the station …
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