One of those places you'll never just stumble upon, this hideout bar behind Shibuya's Miyamasu Mitake Shrine has nontheless been doing steady business for over a decade, serving up a brief but agreeably priced selection of booze. All drinks go for ¥700 and the doors stay open from 8pm until 8am the next morning, so hanging around all night is an option – if you can stand the incessant red light filling the space. The antique decor adds to the experience – just refrain from taking photos, as the staff really don't seem to like it.



1-12-22 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku

Transport Shibuya Station, Miyamasuzaka exit

Open 8pm-8am / closed Sun

Admission Drinks ¥700


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