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This is one of the coolest bars in Tokyo and it’s literally the size and width of a train car.
They play mostly classic rock and the walls and ceilings are covered with pictures of the patrons who frequent this bar that were snapped in...More
The bar is close to the Ronponggi crossing. It’s very small and gets very full very fast. The happy hour is good, all drinks for 500yens. They use good liquor in their drinks. It is a standing bar so don’t expect comfort, is cheap drinks...More
I created a Trip Adviser account just to write this review. This is my first and hopefully only review of a restaurant/bar.
Mistral Blue will probably overcharge you because you're a tourist. The staff overcharged my card by a meaningful amount then refused to discuss...More
The staff, music, and Ambiance makes this bar special. Safe and friendly to foreigners and locals alike. Occasionally you might see a big time rock band member drop by if they are playing in Tokyo. Ask them to play your favorite song.
We stumbled across 'Train Bar' on our walk up to Tokyo Tower and got lured in by the Happy Hour offering! We never made it to the Tower!!! The bar was awesome. Really good music and friendly clientele and staff. We had a fantastic night...More
It's many years I'm coming to Tokyo for business and I discovered this place only yesterday...what a pity...great spot for drinks and music!A must if you like rock,much better than Hard Rock Cafe nearby.
Staff is amazing and the place is simply stunning!
The Mistral Bleu or Train Bar is so small you will likely miss it before you find it. It’s the size of a small metro car but on busy nights will have 30 or 40 people mashed in together telling stories. The bar staff are...More
Love this bar. Have been going for years. Cheap happy hour until 9pm. They will play any 80s or 90s song you can think of. Come alone and make a friend for sure. Play some dice during the week when it is not crowded.
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants, bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art galleries.