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This bar is accessed in an alleyway and it took us a little while to find it, but it was worth it. When we walked in, we were the only people in the establishment, and we were by ourselves until just before we left an...More
Came here for after dinner drinks. A Japanese colleague led the way although he did not join us, but that may have contributed to us being invited in without problem (and without reservation).
No drinks menu, but an English speaking bar tender trying to understand...More
I have visited many of the World's 50 best bars and upon my visit to Tokyo - wanted to try a few. I wanted to go to Bar High Five and was told that they don't take reservations. Just walk in. My husband and I...More
It is on the BACK SIDE of the Max Mara store, on the street that is a walking street, not the main street with car traffic. If you come in early when they open, it's less likely you will need to reserve.
Stopped in two...More
I came back to Bar High Five as a huge fan. I’m sad to say that since my last visit it has lost all of its charm. Where it was once a warm and inviting, intimate experience, it’s moved to a new space with none...More
Located in the basement in a small Ginza street, take the elevator down. A few table and a bar. Listed among the best bars of Tokyo. Interior will not impress you, but the selection of whiskey for sure will. No menu, so the bar man...More
Downstairs on a back street in the Ginza, this dark wood panelled bar is a pilgrimage for bartenders and others from around the world who love great cocktails. It is not a large place, so reservations are highly recommended. Bartender/owner Hidetsugu Ueno is world-renowned for...More
Some friends from Singapore recommended we visit while in Tokyo. It’s pricey, there’s a cover charge to get in, and the drinks aren’t cheap. However, you get what you pay for- the staff was attentive, wanted to know our specific preferred flavors and interests for...More
Where to start? Firstly there was a bit of a 'wow' as we walked in. The atmosphere was great and the room was very stylish. Although the bar was smaller than we expected, it gave a more personal experience. The bar staff were spot on,...More
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
A well known cocktail like an old fashioned or gin martini would cost around 1700¥. I've ordered a significantly more expensive drink 4000-6000¥ and Ueno San was good enough to warn me in advance. A table cover is around... More
A well known cocktail like an old fashioned or gin martini would cost around 1700¥. I've ordered a significantly more expensive drink 4000-6000¥ and Ueno San was good enough to warn me in advance. A table cover is around 1000¥ I believe. It's not a stretch to spend 8000-10000¥ in a couple hours there.
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