Secret Bars in Tokyo

Secret Bars in Tokyo
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In Sunday’s travel section of the New York Times, there was a great article about the resurgence of secret bars in Tokyo, which used to be a staple of Japanese...

Guy Brighton
  • 20 june 2007

In Sunday’s travel section of the New York Times, there was a great article about the resurgence of secret bars in Tokyo, which used to be a staple of Japanese night life. 

Hidden in the maze of urban Tokyo, these bars are intentionally hard to find and maintain a certain intimacy that exudes exclusivity.  They are Japan’s equivalent to Western red velvet ropes – the smaller and more obscure they are, the more exclusive.

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