Suzu Bar


Gay & Lesbian, Bars


Run by LGBT activist and spokesperson Fumino Sugiyama, Suzu blends right in among the hundreds of tiny watering holes along Shinjuku's Golden Gai. Still, it's newer (opened in 2014) and spacier than most of its neighbours, in addition to giving off a unique vibe with its '50s folk craft decor and stained-glass lamps. We recommend the fruit cocktails, made with a professional's firm touch. If you're feeling peckish, try the signature Suzu Katsu Sandwich.


1-1-10 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku

Transport Shinjuku Station, east exit; Shinjuku-Sanchome Station (Marunouchi, Shinjuku, Fukutoshin lines)

Telephone 03 5272 6100

Open 8pm-3am


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