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- “toco toco T.V.”, a French T.V. Program that introduces Japanese culture!
- 10 minutes from Shinjuku by train! This quirky bar is near Akebonobashi station.
- There is also a great variety of food and drinks.
- It’s more fun to playing games with others, rather than playing alone!
“toco toco T.V.”, a French T.V. Program that introduces Japanese culture!
toco toco T.V. is a French T.V. program where a Japanese guest introduces his/her favorite place in Japan. Tadaima Japan is collaborating with Toco Toco T.V. and will pick up some of their programs from now on. Today, we will introduce the game bar “Ninety,” located in Akebonobashi, near Shinjuku!
10 minutes from Shinjuku by train! This quirky bar is near Akebonobashi station.
Akebonobashi station is located in 2 stops after Shinjuku on the Toei Shinjuku line, taking about 10 minutes by train. The bar is in “Araki-cho,” famous for being an area with good bars that are usually hidden out of plain sight. This bar has good drinks and food and also exhibits retro video game cassettes and game consoles from the past up until 1990’s. They even allow you to play these games but Nintendo is not available.
Along with that, they also have many board games, card games, and even anime-related goods that will surprise Japanese retro game/anime fans!
There is also a great variety of food and drinks.
Bar Ninety’s specialty are not only a variety of games, but also the food and drinks. You can come and enjoy drinks at the bar, enjoy light snacks, or even fill yourself up with some great food. Their menu changes with each season with a large variety of food to choose from. It’s fantastic!
It’s more fun to playing games with others, rather than playing alone!
At bar Ninety the staff is trying to create a friendly atmosphere for first-time visitors, so that they can fully understand the shop and take advantage of all it has to offer. You can totally go there all by yourself. The kind master will make you feel comfortable and even likes to catch up on minor game topics. You can bring your own game console, like a Nintendo DS and find new friends to play games with. The shop frequently holds events, so check the blog and visit one if you’d like! (Blog: http://interhits.co.jp/blog/)
16-16-2 Araki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo