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Tokyo Handsome Boys allow you to see the lifestyle of real Japanese gay guys, and experience the nightlife through the eyes of the locals who love the area.
The rule of Japanese gay bars is, the smaller and the more hidden, the better, so the Tokyo Handsome Boys are the perfect hosts in showing you the hottest spots in the Japanese gay scene. See Tokyo through their eyes, and enjoy a personalised tour that is sure to be memorable!
A celebration of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community in Tokyo. The first Tokyo Rainbow Pride took place in 2012 and attracted over 4,500 people.
The organisation aims to build upon the growing popularity of the event to make it the biggest Pride parade in Asia within 5 years.
Close to the gay nightlife Excellent value. Fabulous spa. Includes breakfast. Was $276 USD. Now $85 USD. | click here
Popular choice. Great location. Near Shibuya Station. Includes breakfast. Was $249 USD. Now $198 USD. | click here
Walk to the gay district. Stylish modern & very affordable. Includes breakfast. Was $184 USD. Now $112 USD. | click here
Convenient location. Next to JR station. New hotel. Includes breakfast. Was $251 USD. Now $194 USD. | click here
Great location. Walk to Harajuku & Shibuya Station. Very affordable. Includes breakfast. Was $267 USD. Now $163 USD. | click here
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Shibuya / Harajuku
popular area with good transport links, huge malls, boutiques and restaurants
Shinjuku / gay district
Tokyo's entertainment district; home of the main gay scene and nightlife
Tokyo Station / Ginza
central area and transport hub, close to many shops and attractions
Organiser of various LGBT-friendly events and gay parties in Tokyo. Visit their website or Facebook page for the latest news and agenda.
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Tokyo Rainbow English Speaking Society (TRESS) is an English conversation gathering for LGBT people and gay-friendly men and women.
TRESS meeting is usually held on a Sunday evening, almost every month, in Shinjuku. Everyone is welcome.
No upcoming events (website) – March 2018.
Travel Gay Japan offers private guided tour services for gay travellers in Tokyo and other cities in Japan. Visit TGJ’s website for more information.
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