I was in Tokyo as a single guy and I was there to party. Even with that in mind, I did not find this place very fun. Some decent restaurants and Roppongi hills was not bad for shopping during the day but boring compared to shibuya and other places in Tokyo. The night scene is a tourist trap.
For the more mature or professional: Omotesando, Toyama, Roppongi (note: a bit of an expat zoo) and Ginza. Neon lights of Tokyo nightlife. Every country has prostitutes, but every country is different. apply: Kabukichou, Ikebukuro, Kawasaki, but also Roppongi and Shin Okubo.
Like pretty much all the other mammals cohabiting planet Earth, the cheapo is hardwired at an animal level to find a mate and get jiggy. In this article, we hope to assist fellow cheapos living in or visiting Tokyo with some tips and pointers for economically achieving success in this arena. Never in the history of humankind has there been such an abundance and density of humans living amongst one another. While Tokyo is vast and densely populated, the central areas provide the most opportunity and likelihood for meeting future loved ones.
It was here that I found myself, one steamy August night, sitting in a darkened strip joint while the police knocked on the door. I went traveling just about as soon as I was able to leave home. It began with a flight to Tokyo, where, aged 19, I spent three months working in a hostess club, then made a loop around the southern hemisphere before returning back to the U. A few years later, armed with a degree but few prospects for making anything of myself, I returned to a place where I could at least make someone else of myself and earn a pretty good amount of money doing so: I returned to Tokyo early As I had done seven years earlier during my first stint living there, I found work at a hostess club.