Pubs & Bars in Japan

Japan has its fair share in drinking out traditions and you will find the country offering plenty of choices when it comes to entertainment, drinks, music and spending the night out. When it comes to nightlife, Japan is as diverse and quirky as it is in everything else, because here you can discover and enjoy not only the traditional pubs and bar options but plenty of local entertainment spots that you wouldn’t be able to experience anywhere around the world.

From the popular karaoke spots and more creative spaces that provide you with a quirky experience such as massages and drinks or themed bars and clubs dedicated to fans of manga and so, to the more fancier and luxurious places, Japan is extra surprising and exciting and won’t leave you disappointed, if you want to have fun. The nightlife world of Japan is hard to describe and you should definitely see it with your own eyes, but until then, make sure to browse our page and find out more about the best bars, clubs and pubs in Japan!

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Bar High Five

We try to give you a full experience of hospitality. We try to serve the best drinks just for you. That is why we don’t have a menu. We want you to have fun and have a memorable time. Make yourself home at Bar High Five!





Akasaka Hobgoblin

The Hobgoblin pubs are now considered the most authentic British pubs in Japan with an extensive range of beers, food menu and British hospitality at its best. The Wychwood Brewery itself was established in 1983 filling a much-needed gap in the market for quality beers and ales and since the first keg rolled off the production line in that year it has amassed an impressive array of awards, not just for the beers but for the design of its bottles and labels as well.




Tapas Molecular Bar

Originally from Hong Kong, chef Ngan Ping Chow has overseen the restaurant’s recent reinvention, helping it win its first Michelin star in December 2014. The former head chef of Hong Kong’s lauded one-thirty-one restaurant moved to Japan in 2013, spending months learning about the country’s rich, diverse produce before taking the helm of Tapas Molecular Bar.