I started out with house, but now I also play techno. The shopping street in Hatsudai, where I grew up, is totally different from what it used to be. The arcade that I went to when I was a student is gone, a futon shop has also vanished.
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Hatsudai has changed dramatically since the Opera City was completed. Yoyogi-Koen never used to have this many fancy stores, either. S Anyone that has been in the Japanese club scene for 20 or 30 years would know, but nightlife is a controversial topic in Japan. For the past ten years or so, many people involved in the club scene have been working hard to make the club scene better; however, the big earthquake and the Adult Entertainment Law problem have thrown us off track.
There are many small issues, but I think the main cause boils down to the fact that the club scene has not matured into a culture yet here in Japan. S There are many interesting parties and great DJs in Japan, but I don't think the scene is part of the culture yet. In Europe, people go to nightclubs like we go to izakayas.
S I would recommend the Golden-Gai in Shinjuku. Shimbashi and Koiwa might be fun districts to visit also.
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