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A beautiful bar tucked away in Ginza, nearly all the staff speaks English, there is never a cover or seat charge and it's open late every night. A must see for the unique interior and carefully crafted cocktails. A lovely and diverse wine list is...more
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5-9-5 Ginza | Cheers Ginza B1F, Ginza, Chuo 104-0061, Tokyo Prefecture
We were in Bangkok two days ago and wanted to go to Iron Fairies Bangkok but didn't have time. Just arrived in Tokyo and were looking for a restaurant when we surprisingly stumbled on Iron Fairies Tokyo. Had wine and finger foods only. Music was...More
Went here after a friend found the review online and it seemed good. Not the case.
While the interior was nicely decorated, the staff was pushy about buying drinks, the guests (all foreigners) were too cool to look at you, the drinks were overpriced (2000-3000...More
Having visited most of Ashley Sutton designed Bars in Hong Kong and Bangkok. This one is let down by a number of things that can easily be fixed.
Firstly. The christmas music and girly pop music is a massive let down and does not match...More
We are here now and we are very happy to have found this place. Luxurious comfy velvet chairs, dark and great retro r&b music in just the right volume. Perfect. We will enjoy this place, hope you will too.
This is a bit of a special place, not the kind of Japanese place around
This is much more international than any other places around
The cocktails are great and you are in a place with mixing expert
Not very expensive for the quality of...More
Sadly (and confusingly after all the great reviews), I just did not love this place. The decor is different, but no more so than many other themed cocktail bars I've been to. And the drinks we had were decidedly uninspired. They were hosting a private...More
We stumbled upon this great basement bar--cool decor, tasty drinks and reasonable prices for Tokyo. Definitely the sort of ambiance you'd find at a NY cocktail bar. Would highly recommend if you're around Ginza station. Don't be intimidated by the doorman!
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular