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Senin, 15 Desember 2008

Kitakyushu best japan city attractions and sightseeing

Kitakyushu (北九州市 or "Northern Kyūshū") is a city located in Fukuoka prefecture, Kyushu, whichh is a Japan metropolitan city of two million people located midway between Tokyo Odaiba and Shanghai.

Kitakyushu is so valuable to miss the city tour. There are a lot of nice tourism sites and places to visit such as : museum, beach, Festivals, Space World, and the famous Kanmon Straits bridge.

Some of Kitakyushu atrractions and sightseeing :

Kanmon Strait and Mojiko Retro District
The Kanmon Strait separates the main island from Kyushu. This strait is where a number of major events in Japanese history occurred; there are many historical sightseeing spots and events here, such as the Mekari Festival. The Strait has long been a strategic point for marine traffic, and prospered from the Meiji era to the Taisho era as an international trading port. Presently, this area is one of the representative sightseeing areas of northern Kyushu. Major historical facilities in this area include such elegant western-style buildings as JR Mojiko Station, which has been designated a national important cultural asset, the Old Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd. Building, highly praised as 'the beauty of the port,' and the Old Moji Mitsui Club, where Dr. and Mrs. Einstein once stayed. In addition there are a number of popular sightseeing facilities in the area, such as the KAIKYO DRAMASHIP, which specializes in the Strait and the Kyushu Railway History Museum, which is admired by railroad buffs. At night, buildings, ships and piers around the Port are lit up to create a fantastic scene. For visitors, the view from the observation room of Mojiko Retro District is a must-see.

Castle town Kokura
Kokura is located at an important point for both marine and land traffic. Since the Edo era, Kokura has flourished as a castle town. Kokura Castle, the symbol of the town, was founded by Tadaoki Hosokawa in 1602. The only castle remaining in Fukuoka Prefecture, it attracts many tourists. The castle precincts include Kokura Castle Japanese Garden, where visitors can learn traditional Japanese rules of decorum, and Matsumoto Seicho Memorial Museum, a memorial to the world-famous writer and his great achievements. For these reasons, this area is known as the cultural area of Kitakyushu. To enjoy dietary culture in Kitakyushu, tourists should visit the Tanga Market at the center of Kokura. The bustling market is home to numerous shops serving various specialties, including local fresh foods and delicacies. Although it provides residents with daily foods, it is also popular with tourists as a sightseeing spot for enjoying lively local color.

Mori Ogai house in Kokura.
Literary giant Ogai wrote his Kokura Nikki (Kokura Diary) here. Ogai was based at the castle at the turn of the 19th-20th century when it was a military base. He was born in Tsuwano in Shimane prefecture.

Wakamatsu Area
Wakamatsu is a port town linked to the other side of the bay by the vermillion Wakato Bridge and shuttle ferries. In the old days it was the largest port for shipping coal from Japan. The aged townscape, with the old red brick building of Furukawa Mining Co., Ltd., a scene that looks as though it came straight out of an old movie, reflects the prosperity of those days. Mt. Takato offers a panoramic view of Wakato Bridge, Dokai Bay, Wakamatsu Area, Tobata Area, Yahata Area and as far as the Kanmon Strait. At night, the beauty of this mountain cannot be missed. To the north, the Wakamatsu Area is bordered by a beautiful coastline.

Yahata-Higashida and Hobashira
The Higashida Area attracts the most attention in Kitakyushu today. A representative site in this area is Space World, where visitors can enjoy various attractions and theatrical shows. The Kitakyushu Museum of Natural History & Human History, where visitors can trace the 'History of life' for human beings and nature, from the beginning of the earth 4.6 billion years ago to the present day, is also in this area, as is the Kitakyushu Environment Museum, which provides information on the history of Kitakyushu in overcoming pollution and environmental problems. From the Higashida Area, visitors can view Mt. Sarakura, 622 meters above sea level, rising in the hilly sections. The mountain also features the longest cable railway in Kyushu, with a sky lift that carries the passengers to the summit, which offers a 360-degree panoramic view. The night view of the panorama that gleams as though studded with jewels is known as the 'million dollar night view.'

From Hiraodai to Kawachi
At the karst tableland of Hiraodai, visitors can enjoy nature to such an extent that it's hard to believe they're in Kitakyushu with a million people. The singular spectacle of endless pure white limestone rocks resembles a large flock of sheep grazing in a meadow. This tableland offers a number of sightseeing spots, including Hiraodai Countryside Park and several limestone caves. In the Kawachi area, visitors can enjoy a relaxing time at Kawachi Hot Spring.

Kokura Castle in Kitakyushu
Kitakyushu Kokura Castle

Kanmon Straits bridge from the Moji-ku, Kitakyushu side
Kitakyushu Kanmonkyo Bridge

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Minggu, 07 Desember 2008

Kobe japan nightlife nightclubs pubs bars ktv cafe

Kobe (神戸市) is the capital city of Hyōgo Prefecture and a prominent port city in Japan with a population of about 1.5 million. Kobe is famed in Japan’s business world for having one of the busiest harbours for maritime trade, being ranked 3rd in size in the country, as well as one of the largest in the world.

Kobe is the sixth largest city in Japan, and located in the Kansai region of Japan and is part of the Keihanshin (京阪神) metropolitan area along with Osaka and Kyoto.

Kobe may be famous for its symbol such as : Kobe Port Tower, Harborland, Kobe Chinatown Motomachi, The Giant Panda Koukou at Oji Zoo.

Kobe has a several nice nightlife attractions. Party animals, quiet drinkers, ones who prefer to jive the night away and the ones who are more into a varied musical fare to sooth their frayed nerves at the end of the day. There's something for everyone in terms of the Kobe nightlife. Most of them you will find in the north of Sannomiya.. restaurants, and small bars enough, but for the Big nightclubs, its good to go to Osaka, just 30min with the train from the Sannomiya station!

Nightlife in Kobe flaunts some real lineage too. Smokey Bar, Kobe was founded way back in 1955 and it's still going great guns. So is the Second Chance Bar, Kobe, with its very peppy Hawaiian décor and an ambience to match.

Best nightlife places in Koto. Nightclub, pubs, ktv, cafe, bars, Club, Music, in Koto City here :

1. Chicken George - The Club & Music Scene
2. Garage Paradise - The Club & Music Scene
3. Satin Doll - The Club & Music Scene
4. Second Chance - Bars & Pubs
5. Smokey - Bars & Pubs
6. Sone - The Club & Music Scene
7. Starlight Lounge - Bars & Pubs
8. Kobe Garage - Great bar, with nice lady’s at the counter that takes care of the relaxation
9. Ryan’s Irish pub - No night out is complete without stopping off in Ryan's whether it is for something to eat, drink, listen to the live music, dance to the best DJs or just to relax and enjoy the atmosphere.
10. Sally’s Sports Bar and Club -
A spacious fusion of bar, club and pool lounge with Kobe's biggest full service bar, friendly staff and discerning music from DJs and live bands. 2 bars, comfortable couches, championship pool tables, darts, 8 televisions and a big screen, live stage area and room to boot. Sally's is Kobe's first WIFI bar, offering free high speed Internet access to our customers with compatible equipment
11. SONE - Sone a restaurant and a Jazz live bar is the oldest and most famous one in Kobe. Located in the centre of Sannomiya. 4 stage every evening.
12. Villa 18 - Jazz bar, in a English style Villa residence

Photos of Kobe

Kobe Port
Kobe port at night

Kobe Nightlife
Kobe Nightlife in Sannomiya at night and it was full of people on the streets. There are many pubs and discos too.

Watch Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, Kobe Japan

View near the world's longest suspension bridge in Kobe Japan. The bridge opened in 1998, so has already taken the shake of the great Kobe Earthquake of 1995, has span between two towers of 1,991 m. The main suspension cable is 1,122 mm in diameter. The cable has 290 strands and each strand has 127 wires of 5.23 mm diameter each. Wires are made of high strength galvanized steel.

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Sabtu, 22 November 2008

Shizuoka mount Fuji and best nighlife bars clubs

Shizuoka Prefecture (静岡県) is a prefecture of Japan located in the Chūbu region on Honshū island. The capital is the city of Shizuoka. Shizuoka is a stop on the Tokaido Main Line and Tokaido Shinkansen Line between Tokyo and Osaka, and on the Tomei Expressway.

Japanese most famous with mount "Mount Fuji" is straddling the boundary of Shizuoka. In Shizuoka, you can visit Mt Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan, 3,776m(12,385ft) and has almost perfect symmetry. Maybe nowhere in the world, you will be able to find such beautiful and highest mountain.

Shizuoka is a nice place in Japan. So many things to do in a low budget. Some nice places and tourism sites to visit in Shizuoka :
1. Strawberry Picking
3. Tokiwa Park
4. Sunpu Museum
5. Princess Parade in Hosoe
6. The big street dance

Shizuoka nightlife Bars KTVs Clubs Discos Pubs are really wonderful. Some best bars and KTvs Cluba of Shizuoka listed here with the address :
Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Shichiken-cho, 3-6, ACT-7, 2F
Tel. & Fax: 054-2536615
Business Hours: 18:00~02.00

2. Lifetime
Shizuoka City, Aoi-Ku, Koya machi, 11-1
Tel.: 054-250-0131
Business Hours: Tuesdays: 13:00~25:00
Saturdays: 11:00~24:00
Sundays & National Holidays: 11:00~19:00
Mondays: Off (except on National Holidays)

3. No Name Standing Bar”
4. The Ale House in Fujieda City

The Ale House
426-0061 Fujieda City, Tanuma, 1-4-12 (JR Station South Exit)
Te. & Fax: 054-6362889
Opening hours: 18:30~25:00
Closed on Mondays (Tuesdays are open, even in the case of a National Holiday)

5. Hamamatsu Izakaya/ Shochu Bar: Nikomanma
432-8003 Hamamatsu City, Wachiyama, 3-4-3
Tel. & Fax: 053-4725558
Working hours: 18:00~24:00
Closed on Sundays

6. Shochu Bar: Yumeshin
Shizuoka Shi Aoi Ku, Chiyoda, 1-2-1 (along the Kitakaido. A few minutes from Shizuoka Center by car, 5 minutes by bicyle, 20 minutes on foot. Bus stop nearby)
Tel./fax: 0542473651
Open every day from 16:00 till very late at night (morning!)
Very reasonable

7. Yasougin
Address: 420-0089 Shizuoka Shi, Takajo, 1-2-8, Hiyoshi Bldg 1F, first street on the right from Shin Shizuoka Center up Kitakaido
Tel. & Fax: 054-2500005
Opening hours: 19:00~02:00
Closed on Mondays

8. White Ize Cafe/Bar
White IZE
420-0857 Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Miyuki-cho, 7-2, Amano Bldg. 2F (near Den Den Building, a few minutes walk from Shizuoka JR Station)
Tel.: 054-2551336
Business Hours: 17:00~02:00
Closed on Mondays
Parties welcome

Shizuoka Hobby Show 2010

Shizuoka is the centre of the capital of the plastic modelling industry. Shizuoka Hobby Show was held on on May 13-16 2010, the show for world's largest hobby especially in Gundam, Tamiya, Radio Control, Bandai, and so more

Photos of Shizuoka

Shiuzuoka Mount Fuji
Mount Fuji view from Shizuoka City

Shizuoka Bars
Shizuoka nightlife bars in Bars No Age

Watch Bike and Hike Japan's Mt Ryuso from Shizuoka City video

Come join me for a pleasant afternoon ride and hike from Shizuoka city to the top of nearby Mt. Ryuso. This particular outing takes us from the busy city to a mist-shrouded peak seemingly removed from the bustle of the Japanese metropolis below. This hike can easily be enjoyed in a day and there are several excellent places to rest and picnic. Expect crowds on the weekends though you will likely enjoy having the mountain to yourself if you pick a weekday for your hike.

My Ryuso is actually two peaks very closely situated to one another. On a clear day Mt. Monjudake (1041m) and Mt. Yakushidake (1051m) are visible from almost any location within Shizuoka city, and provide a backdrop and tantalizing hint at the much higher and more rugged peaks of the Japan Southern Alps beyond. Japanese people have been climbing these mountains for centuries as both peaks are considered holy sites within both the Buddhist and Shinto traditions. The summits can be reached via three separate trails originating from the area around the Abe river (near Gojima village I think), central Shizuoka (at Sengen shrine) and the area between Shizuoka and nearby Shimizu (the route and trail used in this video).

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Jumat, 14 November 2008

Niigata best attractions places in Shinano River

Niigata (新潟県) is a prefecture of Japan located on Honshu island on the coast of the Sea of Japan. Niiagat is the largest city on the Japan Sea coast.The capital is the city of Niigata. The name Niigata literally means "New Lagoon". Niigata City has long prospered as a port town on the mouth of Japan's longest river, the Shinano River.

Niigata is a nice city to walk around. Famous for its fire work, park in Nagaoka, Shisano River Cruise, and excellent Northern Culture Museum.

Niigata best attraction, Niigata tourist sites, including clubs, museum, lagoon, hall are listed here :

1. Niigata City History Museum "Minatopia"
2. Old Customs House
3. Niigata City Aquarium "Marinepia Nihonkai"
4. Hakusan Park and Hakusan Shrine
5. Niigata Prefectural Government Memorial Hall
6. Niigata Furumachi Engei-jo Theater
7. Niigata Furusato Village
8. Enkikan
9. Fukushima Lagoon
10. Shirone Tourist Gardens
11. Shirone Kite and History Museum
12. Tohoku Denryoku Big Swan Stadium
13. Sakyu-kan
14. Minato Inari Shrine
15. JRA Niigata Horse-racing Track
16. Old Sasakawa Manor
17. Sawa Shogen no Yakata
18. Niigata City Art Museum
19. Bandaijima Art Museum
20. Niitsu Art Forum

Niigata City
Niigata City nowadays in Japan.

Niiagata Big Swan Stadium
The 'Big Swan' in Niigata was architecturally the best of several iconic designs for Japan 2002 and continues to be full for J-League games.

Watch Japan Niigata Snow Resort Myokokogen Video here

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Jumat, 07 November 2008

Nagasaki today after world war II bomb city

Nagasaki (長崎市) is the capital and the largest city of Nagasaki Prefecture in Japan, an attractively situated port city on the island of Kyushu.

As one of Japan's closest port cities to the Asian mainland, Nagasaki has played a prominent role in foreign trade relations for many centuries and was the most important of only a very few ports open to restricted numbers of foreign traders during Japan's period of isolation.

During World War II, the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki made Nagasaki the second city in the world to be subject to nuclear warfare.

Although Nagasaki was famous for the bomb nightware, but Nagasaki nowadays is transforming itself into a very charming city through the redevelopment of Dejima and the Port of Nagasaki; the opening of the Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture, which contains exhibits on the entire history of Nagasaki; and the construction of the Megami Bridge, the new symbol of the Port of Nagasaki.

Another place of visit would be Sofukuji, an Obaku Zen temple with a Chinese appearance. The temple is really a beautiful sight to behold that and is a school to Japanese Zen Buddhism.

Nagasaki nice place for tourism guide including attraction places, events and festival :
1. Nagasaki Peace Park - Commemorating the atomic bombing.
2. Mount Inasa - One of Japan's three best night views.
3. Meganebashi Bridge - Elegant bridge in central Nagasaki.
4. Sofukuji Temple - Chinese looking Obaku Zen temple.
5. Chinatown - Shinchi, Nagasaki's Chinatown.
6. Confucian Shrine - Shrine dedicated to Confucius.
7. Kofukuji Temple - Buddhist temple in the Teramachi district.
8. Glover Garden - Open air park exhibiting Western mansions.
9. Dejima - Former district reserved for Dutch traders.
10. Dutch Slope - Pleasant city area with steep slopes.
11. Oura Church - Japan's most famous Christian church.
11. Nagasaki Kunchi Festival - Colorful festival of the Suwa Shrine.

Nagasaki City
Nagasaki Today is a modern city in Japan

Megami Ohashi Bridge
Megami Ohashi Bridge ("Goddess Bridge"), the new symbol of the Port of Nagasaki

Watch 長崎くんち Kunchi Festival at Nagasaki Japan video here

Large catch with network on the japanese boat "KAWAFUNE" 2006 Nagsaki Japan. A Japanese traditional entertainment at SUWA Shrine in Nagasaki City. A Great artistic Fishing Performance. This celebration is called NAGASAKI KUNCHI.

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Sabtu, 01 November 2008

Susukino the best Sapporo City nightlife in Japan City

Sapporo (札幌市) is the fifth-largest city in Japan by population. It is the capital of Hokkaidō Prefecture, located in Ishikari Subprefecture, and an ordinance-designated city of Japan. Sapporo became world famous in 1972 when the Olympic Winter Games were held there. Today, the city is well known for its ramen, beer, and the annual snow festival held in February.

With about 4000 businesses ranging from bars and restaurants to soaplands and brothels, Sapporo has one of the best nightlife districts in Japan, and due to the cold winter a substantial part of it is covered. It has the largest collection of seedy businesses north of places such as Kabuki-cho in Tokyo, but it is mostly just a place to have eat, drink and have fun - the fastest money spinners are definitely karaoke and noodles - the latter made famous by Ramen Yokocho, but available everywhere else as well.

There are many nightclubs and discos - the most famous being the decadent King Xmhu, but there are also many bars for drinking, ranging from somewhat traditional yakitori or izakaya style establishments to "gaijin" bars such as Rad Brothers, Jersey Bar, Locotonte and Salsita. There is even a gaijin bar called Gaijin Bar, though it is a bit of a dump. There are quiet jazz clubs and noisy live houses, somewhat odd places such as Voodoo Dance and 350 Bar, as well as interesting but pricey beer pubs like Mugishutei. Susukino is a fairly easy place to pick up a Japanese girlfriend or boyfriend, though the relationships are likely to be somewhat fleeting.

'SUSUKINO' is one of famous places of nightlife.SUSUKINO is more beautiful than ROPPONNGI or KABUKICHOU, because SUSUKINO has Japanese atmosphere more than those other place.

The famous Ramen Yokocho alleyway in the Susukino nightlife area. There are about 16 shops in the street, with Rai Rai Ken the second from the left as you enter from the north side.

Sapporo Snow Festival

The Sapporo Snow Festival, one of Japan's largest winter events, attracts a growing number of visitors from Japan and abroad every year.
Every winter, about two million people come to Sapporo to see the hundreds of beautiful snow statues and ice sculptures which line Odori Park,the grounds at Satoland, and the main street in Susukino.
For seven days in February,these statues and sculptures(both large and small) turn Sapporo into a winter dreamland of crystal-like ice and white snow.
The Snow Festival began in 1950, when local high school students built six snow statues in Odori Park. in 1955, the Self-Defense Force joined in and built the very first massive snow sculpture, for which the Snow Festival has become famous for now. The Festival has grown from these humble beginnings to become one of the biggest and most well known of Hokkaido's winter events.

The Sapporo Snow Festival, one of Japan's largest winter events, attracts a growing number of visitors from Japan and abroad every year.

Every winter, about two million people come to Sapporo to see the hundreds of beautiful snow statues and ice sculptures which line Odori Park,the grounds at Satoland, and the main street in Susukino.

For seven days in February,these statues and sculptures(both large and small) turn Sapporo into a winter dreamland of crystal-like ice and white snow.

The Snow Festival began in 1950, when local high school students built six snow statues in Odori Park. in 1955, the Self-Defense Force joined in and built the very first massive snow sculpture, for which the Snow Festival has become famous for now. The Festival has grown from these humble beginnings to become one of the biggest and most well known of Hokkaido's winter events.

Photos of Sapporo City

Susukino Sapporo
Susukino, the center of nightlife in Sapporo

Ramen Yokocho
Ramen Yokocho Alleyway

Watch Sapporo Snow Festival 2008 video here

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Selasa, 28 Oktober 2008

Tokushima Japan Naruto city in Shikoku island

Tokushima (徳島) is the capital city of Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku island of Japan. This city is not really famous in outside Japan, but still intersting to know about.

This city is famous for University of Tokushima, and the temple. Take a notice to city called Naruto, the gateway to/from Awaji-shima, the home of the whirlpools (Uzushio), the seat of Tokushima's Shikoku League baseball team (the Indigo Socks), and the starting point of the 88 temple pilgrimage. The city Naruto, of course remind us with Japan Famous Manga "Ninja Naruto".

Some tourist sites and places to visit in Tokushima such as :

1. Iya Valley , one of Japan's Three Hidden Valleys, known for its vine bridges
2. Oboke and Koboke, aptly named ravines meaning Dangerous with Big Steps and Dangerous with Small Steps
3. Awa Odori Kaikan (阿波おどり会館) is an interesting museum devoted to the Awa Odori festival (see Do). Exhibits include the history of the festival, videos and panoramas of the festival, and even the dancing Odobotto robot to show you how it's done! Open daily from 9 AM to 5 PM, entry to the museum ¥300. There are also several daily performances of the Awa Odori dances (¥500). Located straight down the road from the station, an easy 10-minute walk.
4. Tokushima central park, behind the station, is a beautiful and well-used park. A brisk uphill walk (with lots of steps) takes you up to the ruins of Tokushima castle, and a view over the city. The castle museum is set in an exquisite traditional Japanese garden which you can enter for ¥300 which also pays for entry to the museum - come early in the morning for a misty and meditative experience (the museum opens later, at 9.30am, but it is worth having the garden to yourself for its best impact). The museum and garden are closed on Mondays.
5. Tokushima Indigo Museum is located in an antique house formerly owned by an indigo merchant and restored to show how traditional Japanese housing was laid out.
6. Mount Bizan has 1500 cherry blossom trees and is an impressive sight at blossom time.

Temple One Ryosenji
Temple One Ryosenji in Tokushima

Tokushima Station
Tokushima Station Bus Terminal

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Kamis, 23 Oktober 2008

Okayama best tourist city sites in Honshu Island Japan

Okayama (岡山市) is the capital city of Okayama Prefecture in the Chūgoku region of Japan. Okayama prefecture(Okayama-ken) is in the western Chugoku region of the main Japanese island Honshu. Okayama city is famous for its Okayama University.

The city is known as the site of the Korakuen Gardens and the black Okayama Castle, which is a modern reconstruction. The popular Japanese folktale of Momotaro may have originated here.

Some Okayama best tourist sites and places for visitors are listed below :

1. Four season of Korakuen-garden :A World of a Garden
2. Okayama Castle
3. Okayama Orient Museum
4. Saidaiji-Eyo (Hadaka Matsuri) (The Popular Folk Festival)
5. Sogenji Temple

Okayama City Photos and Temple :

Okayama Castle
Okayama City

Watch Okayama City video. Okayama prefecture is located in Chugoku area, Honshu island. And it has about 90 islands in Setonaikai sea.

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Senin, 20 Oktober 2008

Yokohama Nightlife bars Cafes Discos Clubs Pubs

Yokohama Nightlife
Yokohama Nightlife

Yokohama (横浜市) is the capital of Kanagawa Prefecture, located in the Kantō region of the main island of Honshu Japan. As one of the most popular tourist spots in the world Yokohama has a numerous cafes, bars and restaurants that make you vacation in Yokohama all the more enjoyable. Nightlife in Yokohama is something every tourist would like to experience.

Some of the nightclubs in Yokohama attract tourists in huge numbers. This is where you swing wild to the famous scores and have a blast during your vacation in the beautiful city of Yokohama. There are numerous bars, cafes, restaurants and pubs that make nightlife in Yokohama a unique experience. These bars and pubs are great places to have some fun and make you vacation in Yokohama all the more enjoyable.

These are also of different types; there are lounges, bars, discos, cafes, pubs and so on. No matter whichever spot you choose for your Yokohama Nightlife, it is fun and amusement all the way.

Things to do and places to go in Yokohama at Nightlife :
1. Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
2. Paris Bar
3. Downbeat
4. The Tavern
5. 1890 Saloon CABLE CAR
6. Live Restaurant Bar Bar Bar
7. Stardust
8. Flash Back Café
9. Miyoshi Engeijyo
10. Yokohama Noh Theater

Best bars discos, cafes, pubs in Yokohama City such as :

1. Actor & Actress, 210 Yamashitacho
Yokohama, Japan
Traditional Bar

2.Jebel Bar, Zenkawa Maegawa Building 3F
Yokohama, Japan
Traditional Bar

3. Stardust, 2-1 Chiwakacho
Yokohama, Japan
Traditional Bar

4. Motown Cafe, 2-17-1 Minamisaiwai,
Yokohama, Japan

5. Bar Bar Bar, 1-25 Aiocho
Yokohama, Japan

6. Chigusa, 1-23 Noge, Junggu
Yokohama, Japan
Jazz/Blues Club

7. Kinrinmon, Sky Building, 29th Floor
Yokohama, Japan

8. Bar Great Harry, 214 Yamashitacho
Yokohama, Japan
Traditional Bar

9. New Tokyo Beer Dock, Landmark Tower B 104-ku
Yokohama, Japan

10. Downbeat, 1-43,HanaSaki-chou
Yokohama, Japan
Jazz/Blues Club

11. Grass Roots, 2-13-3 Tsuruyacho
Yokohama, Japan
Traditional Bar

12. Foggy Guys, Kannai NS Building B1
Yokohama, Japan

13. Dr. Jikyll & Mr. Hyde, 3-145 Motomachi B1
Yokohama, Japan
Traditional Bar

14. Southern Wind, 1-1 Kaigandori
Yokohama, Japan
Traditional Bar

15. The Tavern, Nishiguchi Meiwa Building B1
Yokohama, Japan

Watch Yokohama City video here

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Sabtu, 18 Oktober 2008

Nagoya best bars Sakae Clubs in Japan Honshu

Nagoya City
Nagoya City

Nagoya (名古屋), located in Honshu, the main island of Japan, is one of Japan’s major cities - a population of more than 2.15 million. Nagoya is Japan's fourth-largest city after Tokyo, Yokohama and Osaka. Nagoya is a center of manufacturing. Home of Toyota – Japan’s biggest company.

Nightlife areas include Sakae, Nagoya Station, Fushimi. Further from the center of the city you will find great restaurants, bars and cafes - mainly along the Higashiyama and Tsurumai subway lines in the up-market Yagoto, Irinaka, Motoyama and Imaike districts.

Nagoya best bars, Sakae, Cafe are listed here :

1. Elephant's Nest, British Pub in Fushimi
2. Misfits, Cool Bar in Imaike
3. Kamana, Nepali Restaurant in Irinaka
4. Tori-komachi, Yakitori Restaurant in Hara
5. Anadolu, Kebab House in Sakae
6. Shooters, Sports Bar & Grill
7. Mawi Ay Oriental, Genuine Turkish cuisine in Tempaku.
8. TPIN, Authentic Spanish tapas bar.
9. Las Delicias, Mexican restaurant
10. JERRY'S UNO, Tacos and beers.
11. Plastic Factory, Event Space in Imaike
12. The Red Rock, Aussie Bar & Grill.
13. Maruhachi, Chill Bar in Ikeshita.
14. STEPS, Cool club and bar in Sakae
15. My Bar, Elegant Nightlife.
16. The Fifty Nines, Cafe and Diner.
17. Casablanca, Authentic Moroccan Restaurant.
18. Salsa One, A new salsa & merengue dance club and bar space
in the heart of Sakae.

Watch Nagoya Red Light District (Near Nagoya Station) video here

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Senin, 13 Oktober 2008

Tokyo Massage place in japan city

Tokyo Massage
Tokyo Massage

Tokyo ((東京) is the capital city of Japan. As the most modern city, and as the largest population center in Japan, Tokyo peoples are frequently got into stress. But Japan is famous for it traditional massage that can cure illness with soft effect.

Some of Tokyo professional massage therapists will come to your hotel room, and including hot girl services or pijat plus plus. Tokyo massage including Zen massage which is in various oriental techniques, and can take care of stiff shoulders, back pain and headaches.

Tokyo famous massage in the city are listed here :

1. Tokyo WELLNESS(In-room massage) ( Massage / Roppongi )
2 .Innocent Aoyama ( Massage, Nail salons / Aoyama, Harajuku )
3. nanea ( Massage / Roppongi )
4. Zen Healing Center ( Zen Massage) ( Massage / Roppongi )
5. EGBOK Azabu Oriental Clinic ( Massage, Acupuncture / Roppongi )
6. Ryokufudo, Acupuncture, Massage ( Others )
7. Asias, Massage ( Aoyama, Harajuku )
8. Bali Relax 24, Massage ( Roppongi )
9. essence k, Massage, Reflexology ( Roppongi )
10. Estetique Salon Le Lit Meguro, Massage, Beauty-Others ( Ebisu )

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Jumat, 10 Oktober 2008

Osaka japan city nightlife bar and nightclub

Osaka Nightlife
Osaka Nightlife

Osaka (大阪市) is a city in Japan located at the mouth of the Yodo River on Osaka Bay, in the Kansai region of the main island of Honshū.

Osaka is very beautiful at night. After the sunset, the Kita (North) area surrounding JR Umeda Station is a nice hang out during the night time. Kita draws a slightly more adult crowd, including lots of businesspeople. The Minami (South) area, located between the Shin-Sai-bashi and Namba districts which include part of Chuo-ku (Central Ward) is mainly famous among kids. There are plenty of good restaurants and drinking spots for more seasoned bon viands.

Whatever your inclination, sit at the bar and relax with a cold beer, a glass of pinot noir, or a classic martini, and be sure to chat with whoever happens to be nearby – you may make a new friend or a valuable business contact.

There are many nightclubs in Osaka that cater to the entertainment and refreshment of the tourists in Osaka. The popular nightclubs in Osaka hosts the Tokyo based Cyber trance events and the hip Hop/Reggae. Most of the other clubs are also located in the southern part of Osaka. If you are not looking for a particular artist, the southern part of Osaka should be the main area to have fun.

Some popular nightclubs at Osaka include:

1. Club Joule – it is the major landmark of Osaka's main youth hangout 'America Mura' (mura means village). Club Joule is a smart, modern club where you can hear hip hop, jazz, soul, and rhythm and blues, depending on the night. You can also enjoy the menu for small snacks such as tuna and tomato pizza. There is also a dessert menu that changes daily.

2. Freeza -This cosmopolitan nightspot features house music on Friday and Saturday nights put on by some of the best local DJs. Among patrons it is known for its cozy atmosphere and diverse crowd.

3. Gross -the trendy and clean bar welcomes customers who are mostly in their 20s or early 30s. This bar became a popular site for so-called "para-para" dancing and for grooving to Euro-beat sounds.

4. Ozone -This grungy, urban club with steel and concrete decor actually rents itself out to various groups. Chill out as the DJs spin hip-hop, punk music, hard-core and more popular sounds.

5. Underlounge -Underlounge is Osaka's hottest new club. It is an expansive sophisticated space with a main dance floor and a chill-out lounge. You can enjoy food as well as drink at reasonable prices. Lockers are also available.

10 Best nightlife in Osaka :

1. Blue Note
2. Cinquecento
3. Pig and Whistle
4. National Bunraku Theater
5. Murphy's
6. Covent Garden
7. Tin's Hall
8. Sam and Dave Umeda
9. Club Karma
10. Canopy
11. Cellar
12. Grand Café
13. Karma
14. Murphy's
15. Osaka Nōgaku Hall
16. Pig & Whistle
17. SoulFuckTry
18. Tavola 36
19. Tin's Hall
20. Windows on the World

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Rabu, 08 Oktober 2008

Kyoto japan city best bars ktv disco

Kyoto Bars
Kyoto Bars

Kyoto is an amazing blend of traditional and modern architecture. In Rakuchu, the old city centre, you'll find the old Machiya town houses where Geisha once entertained. Most are now shops but in one or ten you can sample hundreds of varieties of local tipples such as the evil 'shochu'! But whatever you do don't pour yourself a drink - it's extremely rude. Notable landmarks include the Heian Shrine, Toji Temple's five-storey pagoda and Kinkakuji Temple (or Golden Pavilion) a wonderfully tranquil place to recover from a heavy night! Visit in November and April and you'll witness Japan's obsession with the fiery-red Maple leaves and also with Cherry blossom ­which they mention in the weather forecast! And if you're cultured-out nip to Shizuoka and Yokohama during the World Cup to catch some action.

Presently the district boasts of Pontocho in the Gion district, Kiyamachi and Kawaramachi and all these places are interspersed with the major bars and pubs of Kyoto. Some of the popular bars and pubs in Kyoto are Sake Bar Yoramu, The Hill of Tara and A Bar.

Situated on the southern side of Nijo-dori, Sake Bar Yoramu is one of the popular bars of Kyoto. The bar offers a wide array of alcoholic beverages, but then the specialty of the bar is the Japanese "rice wine". The food menu of the bar is diverse and besides the Japanese delicacies, you can also avail other dishes pertaining to continental cuisine. The ambience of the bar is cozy and relaxing and is ideal to chat with your friends or to host your private party. This one of the best bars of the city and you can enjoy here Japan's finest sake.

Visiting Kyoto will be more entertaining to visit their bars, pub, KTV, disco, club, and nightlife entertainment. Best of Kyoto bars are listed here :

1. Gael Irish Pub
Friendly pub in the heart of Kyoto
Gael Irish Pub

2. The River Oriental
Elegant Restaurant & Bar

3. Brown’s
Cozy British Style Garden Pub

4. The Hill of Tara
Authentic Irish Pub

5. Pub Africa
Sports Bar

6. Bar-Club Highness (Gion)
Bar & Nightclub

7. York House Italian Restaurant
Spacious Italian Restaurant

8. Sama Sama
Indonesian Bar

9. Kerala
Indian Restaurant

10. Ace Cafe
Kyoto is at the forefront of a new eastern cool Discover Ace Cafe
that takes the retro 50s and 60s

11. Bar Fakers
A cool and grungy loft bar that's not as phoney as the name suggests

12. Bar Zinho
Not much bigger than a penalty area and with just about enough space to seat a football Discover Bar Zinho

13. Marble Room
White retro bucket seats line the bar and Kyoto's cool cats takes seats or places on the Discover Marble Room
mattress-like cushions

14. D's
A clean, well-lit place for drinks.

15. Zappa
A hidden favorite with an international menu.

16. Rub a Dub
The oldest reggae bar in Kyoto.

17. Hub
A friendly bar near Sanjo Street, popular with foreigners living and working in Japan.

18. Bar Isn't It?
This large open-spaced bar in downtown Kyoto is famous. Isn't It?

19. Pig and Whistle
Beer from all over the world, darts, and lots of English teachers who just finished work.

20. Pub Africa
An open-space bar with a sports/Africa theme and tasty French fries.

21. Noopy's
Sadly, Noopy's has shut its doors for good, but we kept our listing for it because we liked it so much.

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