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One of the perennial questions faced by visitors to Tokyo, especially first-time visitors from abroad, is what to do at night. Unless you have unlimited patience and deep pockets, just “winging it” can quickly lead to disappointment. For dinner, it’s easy to end up in a restaurant with average and overpriced food and no English assistance, and if you try to find a night club by yourself, you could end up paying a hefty admission to a boring place which will have you wishing you’d just gone home to your hotel room.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
With Tokyo Nighttime Passport, you can choose from a selection of restaurants, bars and night clubs in the neighborhoods of Shinjuku and Shibuya and rest easy knowing that they are all safe and upstanding establishments. Delicious food, friendly staff, English menus, and fun, exciting night clubs await.
Just by visiting the website of Tokyo Nighttime Passport or Tickets Today booths, you can reserve or buy a Tokyo Nighttime Passport voucher worth 5,000 JPY. Each voucher has two tickets respectively worth 2,000 JPY and 3,000 JPY. Each establishment listed on the website offers special fixed menus for Tokyo Nighttime Passport costing 2,000 JPY or 3,000 JPY, allowing you to combine a dinner and dancing for a fun evening. Some of the restaurants also offer a 5,000 JPY option for a fuller dinner menu, if clubbing isn’t your thing.
This is what it looks like:
We decided to have dinner at Mr. Sanpei in Shinjuku and go clubbing at the R Lounge in Shibuya. Just to show our readers a different dinner option, we also stopped by Young Snack Serina.
Mr. Sanpei is an izakaya style restaurant conveniently located just a few minutes from Shinjuku station. You can’t miss the sign.
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