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I'm a self-proclaimed freeter who continually combines interests, hobbies and jobs into the same category. My life is a constant search for very specific things.
-ALEX
I'm a self-proclaimed freeter who continually combines interests, hobbies and jobs into the same category. My life is a constant search for very specific things.
-ALEX
I'm a self-proclaimed freeter who continually combines interests, hobbies and jobs into the same category. My life is a constant search for very specific things.
-ALEX
8-BIT CAFE
80s-90s era video games, manga, music and pop art are my favorite things. This bar has it all. As much as I love a simple and clean atmosphere of cafes like N3331, my eyes grow wide with excitement of dusty collected treasures from an era bubbling with excess and exaggeration. Art books, themed video game drinks, mix-matched furniture and lovingly used figures decorate and exude an eccentric personality of this 5th-floor Shinjuku bar.
-ALEX
8-BIT CAFE
ADDRESS
3-8-9 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
PHONE NUMBER
OPENING HOURS
SUN-THU 7PM-2AM, FRI-SAT 7PM-5AM
8-BIT CAFE
80s-90s era video games, manga, music and pop art are my favorite things. This bar has it all. Art books, themed video game drinks, mix-matched furniture and lovingly used figures decorate and exude an eccentric personality of this 5th-floor Shinjuku bar.
-ALEX
8-BIT CAFE
ADDRESS
3-8-9 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
PHONE NUMBER
03-3358-0407
OPENING HOURS
SUN-THU 7PM-2AM, FRI-SAT 7PM-5AM
N3331 CAFE
A perfect example of Tokyo extremes. An easy to miss cafe nestled in Akihabara (without maids or anime figures), it's an ironically relaxing oasis built between 2 train tracks on an abandoned train platform. You can quietly sip tea or eat while the Chuo line rushes past you on either side
-ALEX
N3331 CAFE
ADDRESS
1-25-4 Kandasudacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
PHONE NUMBER
PRICE
LUNCH [¥] DINNER [¥¥]
OPENING HOURS
MON-SAT 11AM-11PM, SUN/HOL 11AM-9PM
Tokyo is a city that I feel reflects my personality. The atmosphere of the city and its conflicting extremes seem to work together seamlessly. The texture of the buildings and the light shapes they create, the flowers blooming in winter and the little shrines tucked away in a quiet neighborhood alley create a relaxing afternoon walk. I love both sides; it's soothing and exciting all at the same time.
-ALEX
N3331 CAFE
A perfect example of Tokyo extremes. An easy to miss cafe nestled in Akihabara (without maids or anime figures), it's an ironically relaxing oasis built between 2 train tracks on an abandoned train platform. You can quietly sip tea or eat while the Chuo line rushes past you on either side
-ALEX
N3331 CAFE
ADDRESS
1-25-4 Kandasudacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
PHONE NUMBER
03-5295-2788
PRICE
LUNCH [¥] DINNER [¥¥]
OPENING HOURS
MON-SAT 11AM-11PM, SUN/HOL 11AM-9PM
Tokyo is a city that I feel reflects my personality. The atmosphere of the city and its conflicting extremes seem to work together seamlessly. The texture of the buildings and the light shapes they create, the flowers blooming in winter and the little shrines tucked away in a quiet neighborhood alley create a relaxing afternoon walk. I love both sides; it's soothing and exciting all at the same time.
-ALEX
Tokyo is a city that I feel reflects my personality. The atmosphere of the city and its conflicting extremes seem to work together seamlessly. The texture of the buildings and the light shapes they create, the flowers blooming in winter and the little shrines tucked away in a quiet neighborhood alley create a relaxing afternoon walk. I love both sides; it's soothing and exciting all at the same time.
-ALEX
OOSAWA CAMERA
I found this place wandering around Ebisu on a lunch break, where the great font on the yellow sign pulled me in. There are many mom and pop film shops in Tokyo where you can drop off film, but this place has great character, and the staff is always so friendly. Japan is known to take care of their cameras really well, so you'll find many old relics in like-new condition.
-ALEX
OOSAWA CAMERA
ADDRESS
1-1-12 Ebisu-minami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
PHONE NUMBER
OPENING HOURS
10AM-8PM
OOSAWA CAMERA
I found this place wandering around Ebisu on a lunch break, where the great font on the yellow sign pulled me in. There are many mom and pop film shops in Tokyo where you can drop off film, but this place has great character, and the staff is always so friendly. Japan is known to take care of their cameras really well, so you'll find many old relics in like-new condition.
-ALEX
OOSAWA CAMERA
ADDRESS
1-1-12 Ebisu-minami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
PHONE NUMBER
03-3719-0741
OPENING HOURS
10AM-8PM
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