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Dragon MEN Bar is a popular gay bar with expats and international visitors. It’s located in Shinjuku Nichome (Area 2 in Shinjuku District). The bar offers indoor and outdoor seating for social, cruising or sit down and have a drink with local friends. Dragon MEN Bar offers good daily deals drink during happy hours from 6 pm to 8 pm, opens daily from 6 pm to 6 in the morning!
We recommend finding a gay-friendly hotel in Shinjuku Nichome (Area 2) so you can walk to nearby gay bars and saunas. Save travel time, save the cost and you can make the most of all Gay Tokyo experience.
Dragon MEN Gay Bar Tokyo – Cheap Happy Hour & Foreigner Crowd
This foreigner-favorite gay bar is located in the heart of Nichome and it is a great spot for cheap happy hour from 6 – 8 pm, every night. Dragon MEN offers both outdoor and indoor seating.
Music: Dragon MEN Bar plays current hits and some old international pops to entertain your fun night out.
Crowd: Dragon MEN Tokyo is popular with expats and international visitors. You will always have a chance to meet trendy local friends here.
Dress: Nightlife in Shinjuku Nichome is pretty casual street. Shirt and jeans or t-shirt is absolutely fine. Please note Dragon MEN and some other bars in Shinjuku-ku don’t like flip flops (thongs) so be prepared.
How to get there
Dragon MEN is located in Tokyo’s famous gay town, Shinjuku Nichome (Area 2 in Shinjuku District). The neighborhood is home to most of Tokyo’s gay bars and gay-friendly bars. Overall the area is conveniently located and busy with nightlife, shopping, and restaurants.
Subway/Metro: The nearest station is Shinjuku-sanchōme which is served by three lines; Marunouchi Line, Toei Shinjuku Line, and Fukutoshin Line. From the station take exit C8 and Dragon MEN is located less than a 1-minute walk.
Taxi: Ask for Shinjuku Ni-Chome area 2 of Shinjuku District. While this destination is well known, many taxi drivers don’t speak English so it is recommended to show the driver the address or point to the destination on the map.
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