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Pub Guide: Roppongi

Roppongi has a (valid!) reputation for being the place to party in Tokyo! You will mixed reviews about this district. However there’s no denying Roppongi has the best nightlife in Tokyo. Here’s some of the bars we recommend!

BrewDog

4 mins walk from Roppongi train station

Times:
Mon-Fri: 5pm-Midnight
Sat & Sun: 3pm-Midnight

Brewdog has a solid reputation. For craft beers, live sports, Super Nintendo. It’s the Japanese outpost for a Scottish brewery so a good time is guaranteed!

Bauhaus 

5 mins walk from Roppongi Station

Times:
Mon-Sat: 7pm-1am
Sundays: Closed

Tokyo’s largest live rock house. Rock the night away dancing to live music, or if you’re the type to get involved and get on stage and sing Bauhaus has it all! You can even make song requests from a list that you will be given!

Gen Yamamoto

5 mins walk from Azabujuban Station

Times:
Open from 3pm- 11pm
Closed Mondays & Sundays

8-seater personalised cocktail bar with a unique menu based on the season. Offers a set of 4 or 6 cocktails which you enjoy over a period of 1-1.5 hours (guess you could drink faster?). It’s something different. Prior Reservation recommended.

Legends Sports Bar

5 mins walk from Roppongi Station

Times:
7 Days: 5pm – 1am
Happy Hour: Mon- Fri: 5-7pm

If you’ve been longing for an American style sports bar you need to put Legends Sports Bar onto your list! The perfect place to watch sports in a venue that can handle a full house of chanting fans!

Bar Propaganda

5 mins walk from Roppongi Station

Times:
Mon- Tues 7pm- 4am
Wed – Saturday 7pm – 5am
Closed Sundays
Happy Hour: Mon-Sat 7-9pm
Party hard at this shot bar. A regular haunt for Tokyo’s expats many of whose names appear on the shots downed ranking board. Not the place for a quiet drink. Perfect for raucous late nights!

Hopefully this list will cover you for your time in Roppongi! Whether your young or old, Roppongi has something for everyone and truly is the best place in Tokyo to let off some steam!

This blog post was written by our intern visiting from Australia, Chris Border. See what else he’s been getting up to during his time in Japan here.

Author: Declan Somers

Thanks to the people of Japan and the efforts of a UK-based telecoms company Mobell/Mobal am happy to assist in providing a hot school meal daily for kids in Malawi, Africa through a Japanese registered NGO- Seibo.







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