Although Yoyogi is located between 2 biggest towns in Tokyo, Shibuya and Shinjuku, this neighborhood is surprisingly calm and less crowded. And off course, less crowded, more cool spots. The first spot is the one and only champagne & gyoza bar, and the second spot is old school Japanese pop culture bar.
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More About This Area
Yoyogi is a neighbourhood in the northern part of Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Yoyogi Park is one of the largest park in Tokyo, located in the centre of Shibuya directly south of Meiji Shrine. *The nearest station to the park is "Yoyogi-Koen".
|Opening Hour||[Weekday] 14:00〜23:45 [Sat, Sun, Holiday] 13:00～23:45|
|Non-Working Day||New Year Holidays|
|Sample Prices||Draft Beer: ¥550, Moet&Chandon By The Glass: ¥1,500, Gyoza (6pcs): ¥500, Caprese: ¥250, Roast Beef: ¥1,680|
|Opening Hour||[Sun〜Thu, Holidays] 16:45〜1:00 [Fri, Sat, The Day Before Holidays] 16:45～3:00|
|Non-Working Day||Open every day|
|Sample Prices||Draft Beer: ¥290, Highball: ¥290, Gyoza: ¥290, Ham Cutlet: ¥190, Okonomiyaki: ¥390|