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Great weather, a beautiful seafront, first-rate museums, delicious food, international flair and a fascinating—though at times tragic—history make this one of the most interesting cities in Japan. Most of the nightlife is focused in the maze-like backstreets of Shianbashi, a central entertainment district that takes its name from a bridge where men used to stop and ponder whether they should return home or continue on to the pleasure quarters.
It should be noted that there are no records of any men actually turning back. For a gentle start to the evening, though, head to Dejima Wharf, where sailboats glide past the quiet waterfront and the lights on the surrounding hillsides twinkle.
If location is everything, then Bar R has it all. Welcome to Crazy Horse. Nearer the bright lights of Shianbashi is another fixture of the local scene. Like most bars, this place is at its best when busy, so make sure to have a quick peek inside first before you go in. For a taste of something a little different, head to Psybar Space On. Take your shoes off, watch your head, and step inside to discover an elegant space with views out onto a small Japanese garden. Still not ready for bed?
The young clientele ensures that drink prices stay reasonable, and the fun keeps going until the wee hours of the morning. Thanks for all the information. I now can plan on visiting another Japanese city when I get there. Are the entertainment venues foreign friendly? I bet many of the places are Japanese Only, just like Tokyo. Descriptions sound pretty tame - Plenty of other places to go in Nagasaki that offer more "fun".
Nagasaki is actually pretty foreigner friendly. Definitely all of the places mentioned above are more than welcoming to foreigners. I would love to hear where "wakarimasen" is going for more "fun".