This is a corner where we introduce you the inner and unknown parts of Tokyo.
Tonight, we will take you to a famous place in Roppongi perfect for the ‘best spot for a night out’!
The best spot for a night out in Tokyo filled with excitement and thrill!
Known as the place that represents Tokyo, Roppongi is a busy street well-known even among tourists from overseas. And this is the right location with plenty of places perfect for a night out. This time, our main feature is none other than ‘Burlesque Tokyo’.
Known as a show pub, it provides customers a place to enjoy drinking while watching dance performances by beautiful ladies. Isn’t that a pub for men? Well, you should watch the performances at least once before you start thinking like that.
All the performers here are very attractive. Enjoy the atmosphere and be captivated by watching them sing, dance and hang in the air while holding on to a pole.
In a blink of an eye, the one-hour show approached a climax and the ice in our glass in hand already melted. If you make a reservation beforehand, you will be able to enjoy a much lower price.
This particular attentive service might also be the reason why this pub is famous. So, why not relieve your stress tonight at Burlesque Tokyo?
Use web reservation!
〒106-0032 東京都港区六本木3-8-15 六本木日拓ビルB2F
Business hour: Mon-Sun: 6.30 pm – 1.00 am
Payment with credit cards is accepted.（VISA / MasterCard / DC / ダイナースクラブ / アメリカン・エキスプレス / JCB / MUFG）
「Ramen within your reach」
This thick-broth miso ramen is created by the owner of the store who used to be a French culinary chef. It is a perfect combination of seafood-based broth resembling Bouillabaisse with flat noodles similar to fettuccine. As for the left-over broth, make yourself a simple risotto by adding some heavy cream and rice, and you will be able to enjoy the flavor of seafood till the very end. So, why not give this Southern France-style ramen a try?
Seafood miso ramen: 900 yen
I love miso ramen and I eat it all the time. The seafood broth tastes amazing and the flat noodles go well with the soup! Even the wakame used as a topping is a brilliant idea! I really hope I can eat this ramen even when I’m in Sri Lanka.