The next station heading anti-clockwise is Ebisu, and the Yebisu Beer Museum.
If you were on a drinking tour around Tokyo, it’s natural to think a Beer Museum would be the one indispensable site. The opposite however would be much closer to the mark. It should be the first place discarded if you are pressed for time, for very little at all would lose very little if the only beer museum you ever saw here was the one flowering in the soil of your imagination.
Below is a brief summary of the more popular free entry clubs in the Roppongi area. It is more or less a summation of previous longer entries, links to which are attached. Continue reading
Gaien Higashi Street Part 2 – Gas Panic
More Roppongi than Roppongi, this bar is the inspiration for all the meat market bars in and around the main strip. If you come here, leave your best behavior in the locker with your coat. Continue reading
The Roi Building – First Bar
First Bar is a largish club which provides alot of the Roppongi promise with a lot of the Roppongi hassles.
The TGI Friday’s sidestreet – Wall Street
Ignore the name, Wall Street is just as welcoming of the other 99%. It was, and is becoming again, a bar where anything goes, and anything comes…
The TGI Friday’s sidestreet – 55 (Jimanji)
Turning left on the TGI Friday’s side street will bring you into eye contact with the popular 55 (or Jimanji) Club…
Gaien Higashi Dori – Motown
Motown, the next bar in the review of the main bar and club strip is a long standing Roppongi institution, with an older, though certainly no wiser, clientele to the big clubs further up the road…
North of the Crossing – Geronimo
The second bar I am looking at, Geronimo, is also north of the Roppongi Crossing, but on Roppongi Street. It is both more quiet, and more wild, than A971.