This standard bar has booths and tables, as well as seats at the bar, from which you can see any part of the room. Local musicians play here on occasion, and at other times the bartenders spin the records in their collection. The bar has a warm, hearty atmosphere to it with a generally cheerful mood. Glasses and bottles hang from racks above the counter. Rock posters and signs adorn the walls.
Tourists who are looking forward to trying Japanese spirits and cocktails, then a visit to Bar Roots in Nagasaki is a must. The dimly lit bar is an ideal place enjoying a number of cocktails and tasty bites, along with a steady stream of jazz, soul and funk being played in the background. Located in one of the most popular areas of Nagasaki, it is sleek with modern interiors. Visitors can enjoy a drink, while watching a game of football on the large screens, or simply enjoy a date with someone special. Larger groups can enjoy the All-you-can-drink course. The cafe bar is ideal for celebrating wedding after-parties, family functions etc.
Tourists, who want to enjoy craft beer in Nagasaki, can visit the Nagare Bar. It is one of the few good places to enjoy a late night drink in the company of friends. The bar serves a variety of cocktails, whiskeys and more than 80 kinds of beers. Drinks can be enjoyed with a variety of bar food. The bar also has an a la carte menu and serves curries, pastas along with many other snack items. The bar is small in size, and has 5 seats at the bar counter and a few tables spread across for customers, making it an ideal place to make new friends. Recommended drinks include craft beers and seasonal cocktails.
Few bars are more charming than this one. Actually, it would be a little misleading to call Inaka a bar; it is a traditional Japanese watering hole. Everything about it is Japanese. You sit on the floor or in a private room with Japanese fireplaces, and sip sake while eating a variety of fish—baked, broiled, grilled, fired or raw--and seasonal vegetables. The interior is almost completely wooden, and in Japanese-style with shoji (sliding paper-screened doors) and hanging paper lanterns. Although you can order a la carte, some of the best deals are the combination plates for two that feature meat and fish and start at JPY2,000. Sake, which is the perfect match for the food, starts at JPY1,000.
This bar serves cocktails as well as excellent freshly squeezed fruit-juice based drinks. It is particularly popular among women. The interior is elegant and simple, with attractive back lighting behind the bar and track lights above. The Vodka milk cocktail is interesting, as are the seasonal selections.
Good value lunch menu, with dinner selections at reasonable prices. If you go at lunch, you can order set meals for very cheap! There are usually three choices available. Drinks, including beer, are also available. The tables, chairs and booths are comfortable enough, decorations sufficient to let you know that you are in a Chinese restaurant. It is mostly frequented by a young, casually dressed crowd.
NexYank is located in Hayashida building on Yorozuya Street, one of the liveliest areas of Nagasaki. By day everyone is welcome, even young children, but by night only grown ups are allowed. The interiors of the cafe bar are designed stylishly, with comfortable seating arrangements for both groups and couples. There is also a clothing store at the back of the bar. On the menu are pancakes, hamburgers, French toasts, Udon (a noodle cuisine), pizzas, fries, coffee and smoothies. Frink lists includes beers, vodkas, whiskies and cocktails that can be enjoyed in the company of friends.
This basement club, not far from the Hamonomachi area, is one of the most popular hang-outs among hip youth in Nagasaki. It is not a big place, but the energy and the number of people stuffed in there at the weekends can make it seem larger. The music is primarily hip-hop, with live DJs a common part of the scene. Weekdays can hardly be called "dead," and may be a better time to go if you want space to dance. On entering you will see a small bar. Around the perimeter there are a few tables. Most of the space is reserved for dancing, and the sound system is pretty good. There are standard mixed drinks, of a very limited number.
Good value for money and a comprehensive menu make this a popular venue for returning clientèle. Small circular wooden tables in an elaborately decorated bright and cheerful interior set the scene for this intimate dining experience. The remarkable selection of food items available is epitomized by its sixteen varieties of shellfish. Numerous excellent courses and wide selection of drinks is available.
Kyabetsu izakaya (Japanese pub) is almost legendary for its good, cheap food. The liquor is also quite varied and cheap. The place features tatami mats, low sitting tables, and quite a lot of noise and high spirits. The guests are an eclectic mix, but mostly young and casual. On the weekends, the place is almost always full. Most of the food served comes fresh off the boat or from the fields. Numerous dishes of Japanese staples, such as fried chicken, Sashimi. There are numerous types of sake available, and beer.