Comfort Hotel Tokyo Higashi Nihombashi
1-10-11 Nihombashi Bakurocho
Phone: (81) 3 5645 3311
Fax: (81) 3 5645 3302
1-10-11 Nihombashi Bakurocho Chuo-ku, Tokyo, JP, 103-0002
- Phone: (81) 3 5645 3311
- Fax: (81) 3 5645 3302
Pagoda specializes and takes pride in hosting live spot music shows. With a plethora of artists that have already played here before and regaled the crowd, the club also has a huge line of talented artists and musicians lined up. Having a loyal fan following, they're event schedules are always packed so make sure you book your tickets in advance. Pagoda also rents out it's venue space for events, shows and concerts. For this their equipment quality i.e light and sound is superb and adds an extra edge to the already vibrant performance. Pagoda also has it's own studio and live house that upcoming talents and musicians can make the most of. Head out here for some great music, premium drinks and events. Check website for updated events and details.
Club Goodman is a venue for acoustic artists to play their music in front of a live audience. Located in the Akihabara neighborhood, this unique club is dedicated to providing the right platform to new and upcoming Tokyo bands for showcasing their talents. The facility is generally rented out for a night, and they also provide guests with a catering and bar menu. High-tech sound and light equipment can also be hired for the shows, and a recording and rehearsal studio is available on site. To top it all, the rentals can be tailored to suit all budgets.
To check out the best of what the local talent's got in store, come to Fourvalley. An enigmatic music venue in the heart of Sumida-ku, Fourvalley is also known to host some of the best concerts in the city. The local as well as national artists come here to regale the audiences with their excellent shows and performances. Equipped with state of the art facilities and captivating interiors, Fourvalley is the perfect place to come along with your friends to dance to some of the grooviest beats.
If you are ever at the Tokyo Zoo in Ueno and are looking for some respite from the heat and crowds, this cozy little spot is for you. Offering a peaceful haven away from the crowds and the animals, this little bar has cold beers for tired and thirsty souls. This is a place that you can keep coming back to, with regulars making up a large part of the clientele. There is live music nearly every night and happy hour daily between 5p and 7p. On Mondays and Sundays the nightclub opens at 5 p.m.
Tokyo's Cotton Club, an offshoot of the legendary Cotton Club in New York, hosts the creme de la creme of jazz talent - Martha Reeves, Lena Horne, Delfonics; these are just some of the huge names that have played to Cotton Club's crowd of passionate jazz fans. Tickets aren't cheap but tickets for the best rarely are; reservations are recommended. Opening times vary according to programming.
The notice on the door says it all: Looking for a bar with hospitality & good service? Then Kiki's Pub is definitely not for you. But if you're looking for the Blues, well look no more. Open the door and that is what you will hear. The music is not live, but the collection they have is extensive. Customers are mostly foreign regulars, getting off work in the business district but anyone who has an inclination for Blues music is certainly welcome.
All the jazz, all the parties and the best of concerts are all here at the Live House Graffiti. If you're a music buff, then this is your place to be. Nestled in the serene Minato-ku neighborhood, Live House Graffiti provides a great platform for the youth bands to come up and showcase their talents on a larger scale. And what's more, it gives you the chance to witness some of the best bands play live and dance along. Graffiti makes for a damn good hang out place for youngsters and adult music lovers alike.
This place is for those who feel trapped in a big city with no place to go. The festive atmosphere and setting of this fun cafe helps to take you out of the big city doldrums with some fun South American cuisine and drinks. The open spaces give diners a sense of room and also make for great dancing throughout the evening. This is a fun place to come with friends in search of a good time and some interesting flavors.
Propaganda is a shot bar in the heart of Roppongi, serving cool music and drinks with no cover charge. This place gets interesting after the last train leaves for home. It is open late with a mixed clientele, geared more to earnest drinkers and party goers, but if you make it early (before 9pm) drinks are half price. Do not worry if you do not know what you are drinking--the staff are friendly and will keep you happy! This place opens daily at 6pm.
Everybody has at least heard of Gas Panic, even if they have never been to it. Nevertheless, it is one place that you should go to at least once. It is usually crowded with foreign men looking for Japanese girls and Japanese girls looking for foreign men and it can be a bundle of fun or a nightmare. It depends upon you. The staff ensures that nobody is left with an empty glass and it is cash on delivery.
A club and restaurant rolled into one; with sushi rolls being the main course and TV and film stars being the dessert. The admission fee gets you into the nightclub includes food, and the chance to get a glimpse of famous Japanese personalities that frequent this spot. Non-stop partying, 365 days a year, Lexington Queen gets going later in the evening but come early and energize yourself with sushi prepared by sushi chefs as you watch.
Created for those business analysts and bankers that just cannot pry themselves away from the stock listings, this bar is what one would imagine to find on Wall Street, with an interesting mix of surroundings and visitors. The Bloomberg terminals and cigars are very popular with the financial crowds but the live DJ and sports on TV draw a markedly different crowd. The cuisine serves well made American favorites with a few local dishes available as well. There are events and special nights planned throughout the month for those who require even more stimulus. Trading Places opens for business daily at 6 p.m.