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Stop At: Shinjuku 2 Chome Gay Town, 2 Shinjuku, Shinjuku 160-0022 Tokyo Prefecture
Shinjuku Nichome is said to have 300 gay bars. From those, we've narrowed it down to three spots from the gay bars, lounges, and clubs we usually go to on our own.
The course may change depending on the availability that night.
1. Gay Bar
First, we'll start things off with an authentic Japan-style gay bar!
As for what makes a gay bar Japan-style, the first thing you'll notice is the size. Most Japanese gay bars can fit at most ten people, and at fewest four or five.
Because hospitality is key at these places, they are made so that the guests can talk easily to each other, and the master can make sure everyone's having a good time. If you're looking to spend the night the way the Japanese do, make no mistake, it's not at a club, but one of these tiny gay bars!
2. Gay Lounge
More spacious than the gay bars, the lounge style is popular with gay guys in their twenties and thirties, and we'll take you to the spot that's most popular with young gay guys. We'll hang out here and chat with and keep watch on hot young gay guys. This is my prime hunting ground!
3. Guest Choice
We'll leave the choice of the last place up to you. Let's go somewhere in Nichome that caught your eye! There are so many styles of place in Nichome, from go go boy dancers to drag queens, to a bar where we wear traditional Japanese underwear. Grab Nichome by the horns!
There's also the possibility to change the first two bars depending on the guests' preference. We are flexible!!
Duration: 3 hours
ビッグス新宿ビル, 2-chōme-19-1 Shinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tōkyō-to 160-0022, Japan
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On this tour, we'll show you the lifestyle of real Japanese gay guys, and you'll see the nightlife through the eyes of the locals who love this area.
For Japanese gay men, the gay bars here are the places we can be the most open; our hidden home away from home. The rule of Japanese gay bars is, the smaller, the more hidden, the better, so as to protect our gay community.
One of the main reasons for that is, most gay people in Japan haven't come out.
Because of that, there are only two ways to enter a local Japanese gay bar.
Either you must be taken there by your gay Japanese friend, or, you must speak Japanese. Gay bars which turn away visitors who don't speak Japanese, and bars which only accept guests introduced by a regular, are common here.
But together, we can take you to the hottest spots in the Japanese gay scene. These can be places we've been visiting for years, or ones we've gotten into lately.
When you come together with us, you can go anywhere in the gay nightlife.