25 May 2024
Nightlife in Japan's largest red light district 0

Nightlife in Japan's largest red light district 0

During the day, Kabukicho is peaceful and simple, but at night, it transforms into the busiest red light district in Tokyo.

Kabuchiko is the largest and busiest red light district in Japan, located north of Yasukuni-dori Avenue, east of Seibu Shinjuku Station.

Kabuchiko is the largest and busiest red light district in Japan, located north of Yasukuni-dori Avenue, east of Seibu Shinjuku Station.

Nightlife in Japan's largest red light district

Kabukicho is a painting of two opposing light and dark panels.

Kabukicho is a painting of two opposing light and dark panels.

Nightlife in Japan's largest red light district

True to its name, `the neighborhood that never sleeps`, when coming to Kabukicho, just step through the gate of `Kabukicho Ichibangai` and you can enjoy the atmosphere of the red light district here as if crowded in a sea of people.

True to its name, `the neighborhood that never sleeps`, when coming to Kabukicho, just step through the gate of `Kabukicho Ichibangai` and you can enjoy the atmosphere of the red light district here as if crowded in a sea of people.

Nightlife in Japan's largest red light district

Kabukicho is also known as the place of mafia chaos, so visitors are warned that this is one of the most dangerous peripheral areas in Tokyo.

Kabukicho is also known as the place of mafia chaos, so visitors are warned that this is one of the most dangerous peripheral areas in Tokyo.

Nightlife in Japan's largest red light district

However, if you are lucky enough not to encounter these famous characters, you still have to be very careful.

However, if you are lucky enough not to encounter these famous characters, you still have to be very careful.

Nightlife in Japan's largest red light district

Japan is famous for the most modern robotics industry in the world and this can also be found in Kabukicho.

Japan is famous for the most modern robotics industry in the world and this can also be found in Kabukicho.

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