#tripaway · Shibuya is a shopping and eating district popular with a lot of young Tokyoites. It's within walking distance from two other large shopping districts - Omotesando and Harajuku - as well as being quite close to Yoyogi Park. Shibuya deserves a prize as the district with more two-story televisions than any other area in the world. Hectic, colorful, joyful! That’s Shibuya!
Shibuya is home for me 🏠 This is without any questions the first place that comes to mind when I think of Tokyo. it is also the first place I head straight back to when I go back to Japan. I know every single street corner by hear because this location is filled with memories from high school up to now. Since I started photography I’ve always wanted to photograph this place from different angles, just like all the other famous landmarks. Anyone who has been to Japan will recognize this place, it has also been part of so many movies, including Tokyo Drift. One of my biggest excitements when I come here is my favorite sushi spot 🍣🤤
Perhaps you don't know, in the eyes of the Japanese, the bar is a high impression of the threshold, always feel that going to the bar requires a more formal dress or something to do. The bar is not the same as the pub. The izakaya originated in Japan and evolved from a liquor-selling store. At that time, it was the lower-level people. Izakaya drinking is relatively popular with the public.
And The SG Club went to the boss and bartender and then I wanted to change the public's view of the bar.
After the letter, I am a very famous bartender in Tokyo. First of all, he won the world championship in the 2012 Bacardi Passage Cocktail Competition. He was invited to London's 120-year-old hotel SAVOY as Guest Bartender. The third thing worth mentioning is that he participated in the match of cocktails and dishes in the American Iron Man program and won the first place.
First say the name of the bar: simply take two English letters from the words S and G of Shingo Gokan, and the deeper meaning is that S is a fine drink "Sip"; and G is a "guzzle" with a big mouth. The
bar has two floors, the first floor of the "Guzzle", a drink-themed theme, and the first floor of the base with the theme of "Sip". Guzzle is open from 2pm.
em... This is actually a very new bar. The old-fashioned effect we have seen so far is the old-fashioned effect of new materials. The theme of this bar is to go back to the 1860s.
Shibuya is one of Tokyo’s central wards. It is a major commercial and business center known for fashion and its popular nightlife scene. The area was historically the site of a castle in which the Shibuya family resided from the 11th century through the Edo period. Shibuya has achieved great popularity among young people since the early 1980s. There are several famous fashion department stores located here and Shibuya Crossing is a famous intersection. At peak times, thousands of people cross the tangle of streets in a pattern known as the Shibuya scramble.