The Nagoya station, Fushimi station and Sakae station areas have lots of bars and clubs - with Sakae being the main nightlife district. On weekdays there can be a decent crowd out, but usually it's only Friday and Saturday nights that things get hopping. Whatever your mood, whether it's for sports bars or live music, dance clubs or chill lounges, Nagoya has it.


The Sakae station area is Nagoya's downtown and the center for Nagoya nightlife. The majority of the city's bars, dance clubs and late night places can be found here, and there are lots of restaurants and diners in the area. Click the tab above for an area map of SAKAE with listings and locations for some of Nagoya's best bars and clubs.


The East side of Nagoya station is the nightlife area and there are a fine array of bars and restaurants. Click the tab above for an area map of NAGOYA STATION with listings and locations for some of the best bars and clubs!


The Fushimi station nightlife area has several foreign friendly bars and restaurants - most near the Nagoya Hilton Hotel. It is only a 10 min walk from Fushimi to Sakae station. Click above banner for FUSHIMI Map with bars and listings!


The Imaike Station area is fairly quiet in comparison with Sakae and Fushimi, but it has a few places that are popular. Nearby Ikeshita Station and Kakuozan station also have a nice assortment of neighborhood pubs. Click tab above for IMAIKE map with info and listings!