Shinjuku Ni-Chome II: Arty Farty

Shinjuku Ni-Chome II: Arty Farty
Back home now, typing this from my PC, and tired, so this’ll be the last thing I write up for the weekend (if 3am in the early morning on Monday still qualifies as the weekend). Just posting to say I finished off the evening/morning with friends at Arty Farty in Ni-Chome (who I reckon are still there talking and dancing), where (by the way) a friend gave me a great idea for a birthday present for Satori (more about that another day).

Anyway, Arty Farty is in Ni-Chome, right around the corner from Advocates Cafe, where I posted an entry from my mobile about a little earlier. Advocates closes around midnight on Sunday, so Arty Farty is always a convenient place to retreat to when they shut the doors at Advocate. I’ve heard Arty Farty has an all-you-can drink wine thing (like the beer blast at Advocates, except, well, with wine), though I’ve never been there for it.

Had some news from my friend Monty just before I headed back, of the kind that causes you remember to try to make the most that you can of the time you have with people you care about, which I guess I managed to do this weekend, and which is more than I can say of every weekend, so I guess I can rank this one as a success in that regard.

1 Comment so far

  1. joey (unregistered) on January 30th, 2006 @ 11:06 am

    Arty Farty is a gay bar, by the way. A lot of people may not make the connection simply from the Ni-chome, Advocates Cafe references. I believe the All-You-Can-Drink thing is 5-8 every night for 1000 yen.



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