Insane nights out are sure to be had in the world’s most populous city. There are enough skyscrapers and crevices of Tokyo to explore for literal years, but you’ll want to start the revelry with a cocktail. “Let’s talk cocktails first. There’s nowhere better in the world, but it takes patience,” Pundole says of the Japanese cocktail scene. At bar Ben Fiddich, for example, “you need patience while the bartender—probably the best in the world—crushes beetles with a pestle and mortar to make his own bitters and will talk you into trying an absinthe drip from 1923.” For food, dip into Narukiyo, a subterranean izakaya Pundole loves for the crowd of local creatives. If you need to walk off the meal, stroll through Nakamagura to poke around vintage stores, clothing boutiques, speakeasy sushi spots, and sake bars (don’t miss Hangar, a new sake mecca that forges its own drinkware in the basement).
Source : https://www.gq.com/story/party-cities-2018