One of the biggest and best-known bars in Kyoto, this basement place can get wild on weekends, with sometimes as many as 500 ... More
Bar, isn't it?
One of the biggest and best-known bars in Kyoto, this basement place can get wild on weekends, with sometimes as many as 500 people dancing on the jam-packed floor and 30 on the bar counter! The clientele tends to be on the younger side and you have to show an I.D. at the door to show you are over 20 years old, even if you look 50. The music careens alarmingly from current chart pop to rock classics to handbag house. If the main room is making you claustrophobic, there is a small bar next to the entrance which serves a large range of Japanese sake in the traditional square cypress box called a masu. The food items are rather unimaginative, but filling: hash browns, french fries, pilaf, pizza, fish and chips, and so on. Indeed, only a few food items are available, but you can easily have your fill without spending much. Opens daily at 6p.
The Bar was great for the Western Style and how the lay out was set. The only thing that I didn`T really like was that its kinda of hard to find (since its underground) and dull dancing from locals but thats throughout all Japan. If you want to get laid or just meet people then this is the best bang for you buck. Just 1000YEN for this American to get in.
Bar, isn't it? Ah, what a place. I went there a few times and saw some loud foreigners and the 30-something office ladies trying to pick up on them.
A French guy threw a punch at me because the woman he was dancing with started dancing with me after he came out of the toilet. He was quickly ejected. The wallflowers, the chicks, the guys, the alcohol, the 25$ cover charge with two drinks, it's all there.
Fortunatly, I'm not.
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