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Susukino is like a carnival! Lights lights and lights! Best please to hang out in for a cold beer and the best ramen you will ever have!!! Visit the Original Ramen Alley and get the Butter Corn Ramen! You can ask for Soy base or...More
Our hotel was in this location. We came with young children and though its the "red light" distrcit, we really enjoyed our time there as a family. Great food (especially Ramen Alley) and my twins loved the ice sculptures.
This place is a very beautiful place at night when all the lighting lit up at the night, I got to say a place for younger and traveller to shop and understand the nightlife of Japan. There are lots of hidden gems around the place...More
This place has abundant restaurants, bars and shops . The displays glitter and obviously very visible at nighttime . Reminds me of Akihabara district at Tokyo or Times Square in New York . Relaxing to stroll around the vicinity as long as it is not...More
Susukino is a great place to be at especially, with plenty of shops and eateries. The famous ramen alley is also located in Susukino. Subway stop at Susukino makes it more convenient to reach if you are not already staying in one of the many...More
Susukino is good place to visit if you are looking for some night out. Street is alive at night and there are lots of options to choose from. Better to have a reservation for some restaurants are always full.
This area is famous for shopping and dining. Nightlife is so alive with bright and colourful lights. Catch a tram and take one round for sightseeing.
Tips: there's also restaurant served halal foods in susukino. We tried horyu halal ramen.