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Tokyo 5 minute survial guide for a night out

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Alcohol in public is A-OK


Feel free to drink while wandering the streets. Its not illegal in Tokyo. You can even drink in front of the police box and not even get so much as a suspicious look (not recommended).

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Get cash quick and easy


7-Eleven ATMs are known to be the go-to cash machines for tourists. Not only do they accept most non-Japanese bank cards (in addition to Visa / Mastercard), but they're open 24/7. Most traditional Japanese banks close at 3PM. Don't ask why, because we have no idea.

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Hangover Preventer


Gonna do some heavy drinking? This is the Japanese miracle drink. Drinks this before your "session" and it will help you not get a hangover. Trust us we know!

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No Internet? Don't get lost


Google maps works offline. When you have internet load the area you want to go, find your exact destination on google maps. SAVE IT!! When you get to the area. Open googles maps again, Voila!! Never get lost again! !

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Tokyo's Hangover Cure


There are thousands of these ramen shops around Tokyo. Hot warm soup, noodles, eggs, and pork. Doesnt this just look so good after a night of drinking.

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Stay out all night


Bars and clubs usually dont close till 5 or 6 AM. Don’t worry about getting tired. The atmosphere is so electric, it will keep you going and then some.

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Need a place to crash?


If you missed your last train and it 2 or 3 in the morning and you just wanna crash. Head to your nearest net cafe. At 300-400Yen an hour, it's your best bet to get a few hours of shut eye.

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Best bet for free wifi


Free wifi is rare in Tokyo. If your out and need to do a quick email check, head to Starbucks. Every major station in Tokyo has at least one (and usually more).

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Ask the police


Not your typical macho scary police officers. They are generally very polite and can help you find your way. Since theres not very much crime in Japan, what else is there to do? Just look for the green KOBAN sign (Police Box).

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Get one of these


An absolute essential for navigating the labyrinthine Tokyo train system. A 500YEN refundable deposit gets you a card and saves you a headache. Just remember to fill them before you head out! Note: The cards serve the exact same function. Suica is sold by JR, while Pasmo is Tokyo Metro. They can be used & charged interchangeably.

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The best nightlife


Roppongi and Shibuya are hands down the best locales for a full night out. If you're planning on skipping the last train, make sure you end up here.

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Everything you could possibly need


If you ever forget need or want absolutely anything, Don Quixote (Donki or ドン•キホーテ). Be prepared for the catacomb-like isles and endless rows of eye catching items. This store was designed to eat you up and not spit you out.