Flavors from around the world
Upon entering H2 International Bar, you’ll be bathed in calming blue light and surrounded by flags representing countries from all over the world. Before diving into a round of karaoke, it’s probably a good idea to order up some food and a round of drinks.
With cuisine from around the world, the bar’s menu matches its international theme. Pizza, African spicy soup, potato wedges, nachos, and more-wherever you hail from, there’s something for you here. The drink menu is also vast and diverse, with plenty of international beers and a variety of unique cocktails.
Party like it’s 1999
Once you’ve satisfied your hunger and quenched your thirst, H2 International Bar offers a variety of entertainment options. Karaoke is the most popular activity, and it’s easy to see why: it’s only 1,000 yen to sing the night away. Whether you are a child of the 70s, 80s, or 90s, it’s a safe bet that your favorite songs are only a request away.
Need a break from singing your heart out? You could always try a game of darts or simply chat with the locals. H2 International Bar is a popular hangout for Japanese people who enjoy speaking English and are eager to connect with people from all over the globe. This creates a welcoming, friendly atmosphere that few bars can match.
Sports and more
Sports fans are also welcome. The bar is adorned with several televisions and screens to broadcast a variety of sport matches. This makes H2 International Bar the perfect place to catch popular international sporting events such as the World Cup.
Not into sports? Stop by at the right time and you may be able to catch live musical performances or participate in internationally themed quiz games. You can even try your luck (or demonstrate your skill) at a round of kendama.
Make lasting connections
A mere stone’s throw away from the Tadaima Japan Shinjuku Ryokan in Araki-Cho, Shinjuku, H2 International bar is an excellent way to start building lasting international friendships during your visit to Japan.
I wasn’t aware of H2 International Bar during my fateful first trip to Japan. I certainly wish I had known about it, though. Making those initial international connections would have been much easier!
For smartphone users, please click the link below to go to the Tadaima Japan website which includes additional location details: http://tadaimajp.com/2018/05/h2-international_bar/