What is Kabukicho Front?
More fun nights,
From Shinjuku Station, towards APA Hotel and TOHO Cinemas, across Yasukuni Street and alongside "Godzilla Road" and Don Quijote--
Kabukicho Gate, the busiest in Asia.
From popular theme restaurants to authentic Japanese izakayas and late-night bars, Kabukicho Front offers tons of different nightlife styles to enjoy!
Enjoy eating in Shinjuku
We have everything from private rooms perfect for going-away and New Year's Parties, to theme restaurants fit for birthday parties and girls' nights out.
Enjoy a quick cocktail or dessert before your last train.
Upload photos of your night out instantly with our complimentary wi-fi!
- KOSHITSU IZAKAYA 6NEN4KUMI
Prison Restaurant The Lockup
A thrilling (terrifying??) new dining experienceDetails
in our private "jail cell" rooms. Satiate your appetite with our dark,
original dishes and cocktails. Every night monsters roam the jail, ready to terrify!
Offering an all-you-can-eat course ofDetails
our famous chicken wings!
You can also try our Nakatsu-style fried chicken
and chiritori hot pot!
A two-hour all-you-can-drink course starts
from ¥2680 at this specialty chicken izakaya.
Blowfish is known as a low-fat, low-calorie,Details
high-protein healthy food.
At Fugu Ichiro we offer blowfish at a reasonable price
in a casual atmosphere that's perfect for entertaining,
and we pride ourselves on offering a wide-variety of dishes.
Japanese-style seating available.
※We use only domestically-sourced blowfish
For 40 years we've been proudly serving dishesDetails
from Hokkaido and the Tohoku region.
We offer various specialties from northern Japan
at a reasonable price. From small private rooms
to Japanese-style rooms for larger parties,
we can meet any and all of your needs.
"Stylish dining" with a futuristic space design.Details
Enjoy French, Italian and other fusion dishes
and original cocktails in our stylish
but low-key private rooms.
- DAIKOKU DRUG
Enjoy eating in Shinjuku, Tokyo!
Take pictures of the best moments from your meal and upload them to
Twitter and Facebook! (Don't forget the #eatshinjuku tag!)