In one of our previous articles, we’ve listed the top 3 nightclub destinations in Roppongi. But now we’re go in a little more detail into what makes each club so special. The first is V2 Tokyo or V Square or any other variation. The V2 nightclub is located in the Roa Building in Roppongi and is rated one of the top clubs in Tokyo for both locals and foreigners.
It’s finally March, which means springtime is here. And luckily that mean it’s time for you to book your plane ticket to visit Japan and experience the seasonal festivities. In our other posts, we’ve listed the best places to visit to see the Sakura trees in Tokyo, and limited-time Sakura inspired drinks. But there are Sakura themed events scattered throughout Tokyo.
Sakura Aquarium? That’s something that can be only experienced in Japan. Here is more information about the event.
Tokyo is notorious for the Tokyo nightlife and clubs.Luckily, the Tokyo nightlife scene is energetic and filled sufficiently different for each need. The Tokyo dance club in Shibuya is Japanese friendly rather than foreigner friendly. If you’re looking for a foreigner friendly nightlife, visit Roppongi for the different experience there.
It’s a city that never rest because of an irregular city situation; The tram closes at midnight on the ends of the week and restarts at 5a.m. This means a variety of individuals who goes out celebrating need to go home before the clock strikes midnight or remain out until the beginning of the day. All of the clubs we’re about to introduce are located within a single block so it’s easy to choose one from the other.
Spring time is almost upon us and Japan is well-known for its Spring festivals and activities. As you’d expect, many Japanese Spring festivals revolve around the full bloom of the cherry blossoms or sakura. So in case you’re visiting Tokyo to see the cherry blossom festival, then Japanbackpack has you covered in the best festivals to visit. We’ve filtered and sorted out the festivals so you’ll be able to join the festivities during each month of Spring.
Become a part of Shibuya Crossing is a to-do item for every visitor that comes to Japan. But as you blend in with everyone walking through the world’s busiest crosswalk, the opportunity to capture the moment from an aerial perspective gives the perfect perspective to how many people cross paths at this single location. Shibuya Crossing is popularized in movies and other media, so it should be a keepsake for your adventure backpacking Japan.
The next three locations are the best to capture the aerial photo you want to keep.
Ramen is a relatively cheap dish that you can find everywhere throughout Japan. Originally a Chinese idea, the Japanese embraced the dish and made it popular and known throughout the world. Each region of Japan has its own ramen specialty, so there are many varieties to explore as you backpack Japan.
If your adventure brought you to Shinjuku, then here are the top three Shinjuku ramen restaurants:
Tokyo is iconic for its Tokyo nightclubs. It’s a city that never sleep due to an unusual city circumstance. The subway train service ends at midnight on the weekends and reopens at 5a.m, so many people who goes out partying have to go home before the clock strikes midnight or stay out until the crack of dawn. Fortunately, the party scene is lively and filled diverse enough for every need. As a solo traveler, the Tokyo nightclubs in Roppongi is foreigner-friendly. A lot of bars and clubs cater to travelers, and the locals are more friendly in Roppongi than in Shibuya. Japanbackpack would recommend Roppongi as a Tokyo nightclubs destination over Shibuya, which is more designed for locals.
So now you narrowed down the district that you’re partying at, the next step is to find the best clubs and bars to spend your five hours of being stranded without subway services because taxi services is far too expensive. We have discovered the top three night clubs in Roppongi:
Sushi, fresh seafood, ramen, takoyaki, and Japanese sweets all in one place? There is only one type of restaurant that offers those kind of options-Japanese buffets. I’m sure you worked up an appetite after sightseeing, shopping, walking, and sitting down at a restaurant to boost your energy storage is going to make a heavy dent on your wallet.
But the job of Japanbackpack is to keep expenses low within different areas. Today, I will tell you the top 3 Japanese buffets in Tokyo where you can eat as much as you’d like so you can move on to the next part of your journey.
Various cities in Japan offer their dining experiences specialities that is perfect for foodie travelers. Fortunately, you can find a high-quality affordable meal anywhere in Japan. Trying out new food when you are visiting foreign cities is a must and now you’re in the diverse and beautiful city in the world to do it in. You’ll experience a wide assortment of cuisines dispersed throughout the city. Sushi, fresh seafood, takokyaki, mochi, and other traditional Japanese cuisines should be on your radar at all time.