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Stand T is a very casual and simple place where you can grab a beer and have some snacks. It also has a cool view of the old Tokyo train station.
Ever wanted to have wine served to you from a vending machine? Head to GOSS. It sounds touristy, but we promise it’s not.
Golden Gai is a full-blown neighborhood of mini themed bars all stacked on top of each other. Blue Dragon is one of our favorites.
Want to get familiar with the Japanese craft beer scene? Head to BrewDog in Roppongi.
Gen Yamato is a modern cocktail bar that focuses on local, seasonal, and fresh Japanese ingredients to create unique cocktails.
Bar North Marine Drive is a record bar in Shibuya where the bartenders take their drinks and music (which is usually American) very seriously.
Head to Bar Amber in Nishiazabu for the craziest fruit-based cocktails you’ve ever had.
There are plenty of spots to eat at in Tsukiji, but Sushi Dai and Daiwa Sushi are two of the best. Take note: there will be lots of tourists.
Mawashizushi Katsu is our pick for conveyor belt sushi. Don’t let the line intimidate you-it will go quickly.
Head to Magurodonya Miura Misakiko while you're sightseeing around Ueno for quality conveyor belt sushi. We promise it isn't corny.
Sushi Ishii is one of our favorite spots for a nicer meal that’s still reasonable. Bonus points for the chef being entertaining and very accommodating.