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A gay bar in Noge. There are seats at the counter and tables, and one can casually visit alone or in a group. There is karaoke available.
A gay bar in Noge. It's the largest scale establishment in Yokohama. Individuals and groups welcome. One can get hyped over karaoke and drink.
A gay mixed bar in Noge.
A gay bar in Noge. Most customers are in their 30s to 40s. There is no karaoke, so guests can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with drinking and chatting.
A gay bar in Noge. The customers range from their 30s to their 60s.
A gay mixed bar in Noge. It has a relaxed atmosphere on the weekdays. On the weekends there is all you can drink for 3,500 JPY with no time limit, and karaoke is free.
A gay mixed bar near Kannai station. The customer base is various. People new to gay bars are also welcome. You can sing karaoke all night for free. The bar has a reputation for fancy appetizers.
A gay bar in Noge. The owner is Takashi, an attractive middle aged man from Kyushu. There are only seats at the counter and no karaoke, so it's the kind of place where guests can have fun drinking and chatting. The first Sunday and third Tuesday of every month is ""Fundoshi Night."" In the bar, guests are required to wear fundoshi (Japanese traditional underwear) with darker lighting than usual. Guests can bring their own fundoshi, or a rental is also available.