Night Life in Tokyo

night lifeAt night you see all types of things going on Tokyo. There are several different people who try to attract you too things like clubs. You even see men dressed as rockers to get you too spend time with them and spend money on girls they promote. In Ropingi there were several Nigerians who tried to talk to the study abroad group. They wanted us to go to their clubs but that was not going to happen. So we just continued to ignore them. I must say it is real beautiful at night. It’s lit up and full of life and things to do. So we had no problem finding things to get into. On the strip there are several food places to try. They had a few American ones as well such as T.G.I Friday, and Hard Rock Cafe of Tokyo. Nightlife is a big part of Ropingi being that is one of the club districts in Tokyo.

3 thoughts on “Night Life in Tokyo

  1. jaredinjapan says:

    I can still remember the first night our class went to roppongi. Being scarred that I’d be grabbed around the neck by a solicitor and walked into some club that I had no interest in going to; the restaurant where we had to take off our shoes before sitting down at the lowered floor table. The food at that place was amazing; I still remember the bibimbap sizzling in its stone bowl.

  2. shastokes says:

    Roppongi night life was filled with lots of people I must say! Also, going to the club Gas Panic one night was a lot of fun and shopping there was expensive. The day when we went to TGIF was a great day and the food was delicious! Nice and hot and the chicken tenders were a decent size! Only thing I wished that I did was not spend 2000 yen on just one shirt when I found a shirt at the airport for 1200 yen! But I had a great time and enjoyed the fast paced city and the Nigerians at night time trying to get you to their clubs were crazy!!!

  3. robcolejpn says:

    Night life was very exciting, and the solicitors were VERY annoying! However I enjoyed the nights I did go out on the town. I still remember the first night when we went to Gas Panic. It was free to get in but only because the drinks were very expensive, and they made a point to try and force you to buy a drink by threatening to throw you out. What I found especially interesting were the older American songs they played at the club.

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