Comfort Hotel Yokohama Kannai
3-33 Sumiyoshi-cho, Naka-ku
Phone: (81) 45 650-4711
Fax: (81) 45 650-4712
3-33 Sumiyoshi-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, JP, 231-0013
- Phone: (81) 45 650-4711
- Fax: (81) 45 650-4712
At Bar Bar Bar you can enjoy some good live jazz and some pretty good original food. The live music features good local talent, starts at 7.30p and usually spreads out over three or four sets. The restaurant's first floor functions as a counter bar that serves a wide variety of cocktails as well as beer and the usual spirits, while the second floor serves food and stages the live music. The cuisine leans toward France and Italy, but makes an effort to include all the flavors of Europe. If you are looking for something a bit original, why not try the cheese, olive and tomato fondue.
Downbeat has been serving drinks to jazz lovers for more than 40 years, and it is still as popular as ever. The owner's record collection, which totals over 3,000 LPs, provides most of the music, but once a month there is a live session. The lounge-style seats and low tables provide a very relaxed atmosphere to enjoy your drinks--and the music. Make sure you eat before you drop into Downbeat; the place serves only very light snacks, such as mixed nuts and cheese. There is, however, a very comprehensive drink menu. Bourbon is the most popular drink here and this is closely followed by gin and lime, an unusual choice, but a favorite among the regular clients.
Located in the Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, the landmark on the Yokohama waterfront was originally built in 1911, and today it provides you fine live jazz music with French cuisine. You can enjoy all types of jazz from local artists or world-class big names at one of the most romantic places in Yokohama. Tickets are available on the Internet.
This is the place to be if you wish to listen to R & B, Jazz,hip hop, and soul music and also enjoy your coffee, and snacks at the same time. Motown is the a part of the original Motown in USA. The atmosphere is conducive from a child to an adult. There is live music too. You can enjoy yourself indoors, at the bar, or outside.
An Irish pub located in Jiyugaoka, O'Carolan's offers an attractive combination of reasonable prices and lots of open spaces that can accommodate big parties. Seated in one of the comfy stools at the high bar, you can listen to live music nightly, with afternoon concerts scheduled occasionally, though you never know what you will get--Celtic harp, reggae, guitar and sax duo, tap dance and so forth. The food is mainly pub grub, but tasty and substantial enough as a meal. Drinks include Kilkenny's on tap and, of course, Guinness. As an added bonus, the friendly staff is sufficiently bilingual.
Pink Noise promises to make noise, and it does with so much aplomb! With an excellent equipment list which would just about rock the floor at any given time, a hall concert, a stage area and an extensive bar—this place is just one big party waiting to happen! Wait until the DJ's tune up the amplifiers and let the fun begin. Besides talented DJ's, Pink Noise also hosts performances by upcoming Japanese bands and musicians. Schedules are full and events are promised every week, make sure you get your ticket immediately! Check website for updated shows and details.
Heaven's Door is one of the leading concert venues in Tokyo city. Established as well as upcoming Japanese bands hold live performances regularly here. It's a great way to relax and unwind and spend an evening in the company of good music. The venue is an ultimate stop for weekend party hoppers and is known for hosting some of the best concerts in the city and is therefore, a favorite among locals. The perfect place to check out some great music and have fun.
Unit is a great place to spend the night. You can start in the lounge area, grabbing a bite or a drink, then catch a live show, either local or with solid international talent. Afterwards, boogie your butt off to some of Tokyo's and the world's best DJs. Made up of various spaces of varying sizes, Unit really is a good bet on most nights. While not the biggest club in Tokyo by a long shot, what Unit lacks in size it more than makes up for in high quality. Unit knows what it's doing across the board, from indie, to reggae and beyond-and frankly, you could do a lot worse than just popping in to 'have a look-see'. - Stephen Lebovits
Come to Milk on a special night and check out the happening crowd of Tokyo groove to the beats of the most popular bands. You will find weary professionals, who come here to enjoy the live music and spirits, and crazy music fans with huge tattoos and colored hair. The cover charge includes two drinks on normal days, but expect to pay a big amount, if you want to watch your favorite band perform.
With no dearth of nightclubs and nightlife venues in Tokyo, Basement Bar stands out for its freshness in terms of music and crowd. Right next to Club Wedge, this venue doubles as a bar, thus taking care of your beverage needs along with the overall entertainment quotient. Party all night, for this club, most of the time, hosts concerts that continue till the wee hours. However, the downside of the place is probably its limited space, with a capacity of only 250 people. Also, the placement of the bar close to the entrance makes this place appear crammed and stuffy. Nevertheless, Basement is a party hot-spot among the locals and tourists alike.
If you want to enjoy wholesome yummy food then head for this trendy restaurant serving a superb variety of Asian cuisines. On offer are delicacies from Vietnam, Indonesia, China, Laos and Thailand. The restaurant has 11 locations across Tokyo city and that speaks for its popularity. The extensive menu includes a wide variety of apppetizers, salad, soup, curry, grill platters, rice and noodle dishes. Take your pick from the dessert menu to satisfy your sweet craving. The bar is well stocked with liquor, cocktails and smoothies which are available aplenty. The cafe is also open for wedding and party bookings.
Tokyo nightlife is certainly not complete without AIR. In its first few years, itself, this nightclub managed to capture the attention of the hundreds who frequent it nightly. Although this venue is famous in itself, it rose to new heights of popularity after being featured in the movie Lost in Translation. Catch up on some smashing techno music, played by renowned DJs, or head down for some live entertainment; a lengthy list of bands perform here more often than not. A place where having fun is the name of the game, it is difficult not to like Air. And if you think you have fallen in love with this hep nightclub, then take it a step further and plan your next bash here. With an "air" of urban attitude, this place has certainly set new standards for upscale clubbing.