Start the Nightlife with Japanese Beer
We begin our tour right in front of one of the most iconic landmarks of Japan: the Shibuya Crossing. It is the world's busiest pedestrian crossing. We'll take a couple of photos, with the hundreds of people crossing it and the lit up Shibuya buildings on the background (it's a classic photo!) We'll then head up to the 1st bar through the bustling Shibuya nightlife streets. At this bar youll be able to taste Japanese beers from different parts of Japan, like Sapporo, as well as enjoy local grilled dishes.
Crawl into a Hidden Nostalgic Street Inside the Concrete Buildings of Shibuya
The second bar is easy to miss if you are distracted! This "street" is indoors, and is called a yokocho (alleyway). It's located in a building on the main street of Shibuya and has over 30 izakaya bars (Japanese style bars) that serve various types of Japanese food and drinks. We'll encounter lots of local people relaxing after work and bars normally get crowded, so it can be difficult to find seats. But don't worry, well reserve some good seats for you.
Kobe Beef, Wagyu, Sushi and a Taste of Japanese Sake to Enjoy the best of the Shibuya Nightlife!
On this night tour we'll crawl through our favorite Izakaya bars that specialize in Japanese beef and sake. You can taste various types of Japanese meat: the famous wagyu, the melts-in-your-mouth Japanese beef or try some fresh sushi, while you sip on a good cup of Japanese sake. Vegetarian menus are also available!