Its 3 am. You've printed your flight info, confirmed your hotels, double checked
your bags and packed your snacks. Your phone chimes, the Uber is outside.
Japan, you are on your way.
You touch down at Tokyo International airport.
Congrats!, you have survived the 10-hour flight from hell. (If you are traveling from California like we are.)
Free to stretch your legs...
First few steps into the big city and you are overwhelmed by the sights, smells,
and sounds. You have no idea where you are going or what to do.
That's ok though, we got your back.
Sushi - Standing Sushi bar that is reasonably priced with good fish near Shibuya Station
Maisen - Tonkatsu place in Harajuku
Down the Stairs - Locally sourced kitchen in Aoyama
Tonki - 100-year-old Tonkatsu spot in Meguro
Fuglen Tokyo - Cafe that turns into a Bar at night. Good coffee and amazing interior. Kamiyama Street is amazing to walk down.
Streamers - For a quicker cup in Harajuku
JBS - Usually quiet small Jazz bar where the bartender/owner/DJ spins vinyl
渋谷のんべい横丁 - "Drinkers Alley" Alley of small bars right near Shibuya station
Sake Stand - Extremely Narrow Sake bar upstairs from a coffee shop near Shibuya Station
Daikanyama T-Site - Amazing Bookstore
Ebisuyokocho - Amazing alley in a building of tiny bars
Bar Martha - Amazing little place, does have a cover charge but worth it.
Kitte - Redevelopment Public-Private Partnership Project that Kira thinks is interesting.