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Best bars in Shinjuku City

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“Ru-min is one of famous bar in Golden town which is very famous for tourists. ”
28 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“ An all you can eat buffet only available for lunch. A jazz band may be playing during weekends. http://restaurants.tokyo.park.hyatt.co.jp/en/nyg.html”
57 locals recommend
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“Great little bar with a great selection of music on vinyl. Good vibe and crowd. Great and unique place to grab a drink and chill with friends. Friendly staff who know how to make drinks!”
55 locals recommend
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“Various people from all over the world gather in the bar.Payment is also easy because it is a cash-on form paying as much as you drink.”
8 locals recommend
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“Bartender is a master of cocktails. There's also a great selection of whiskeys and liquors. Cigar friendly bar.”
2 locals recommend
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“Historical Shinjuku Golden-Gai Bar alley, Bar arak is popular in both Japanese and foreign tourists. The owner is a friend of mine, so we offer a glass of cocktail/beer for free to our guests! * Please be sure to let us know before you visit this bar ;)”
4 locals recommend
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“The area where small pubs are collected. The place which is here from Japanese ancient times and is famous in Japanese, too. A store is difficult to enter.”
20 locals recommend
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“The best bar around the town. Charge: 300yen/person, Drink:600yen~, Karaoke: FREE. Open from 6pm to 3am. The master, Billy is really friendly, outgoing and talkative though not an English speaker. I'm sure you will have a good time here. ”
16 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“Vintage cocktail bar. In a tiny multi-story building with several other bars Protip: Let the bartender at Ben’s know you want a table (there’s usually a wait), then hit up the other bars while you wait. ”
2 locals recommend
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“You can relax and play with the many cats in this cafe. You can also take pictures of the cats.”
10 locals recommend
Café
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“This restaurant is in a basement in Shinjuku, and even though it’s located on a busy street, it’s not particularly obvious and so it feels very hidden. They have a nice selection of creative books, some about contemporary photography, along with a large selection of magazines. They are also a restaurant, and sell burgers and various drinks. On some days, they have live music from bands or DJs. Check online to find out when.”
8 locals recommend