Time Out says
Walk down Ginza's Chuo-dori towards Shinbashi, turn left in front of the Ginza Six shopping complex, and take another left at the first traffic light to find the sign spelling out only '300'. Established in 1992, this is purportedly the oldest standing bar in Japan. Despite its seat in flashy Ginza, all drinks go for a paltry ¥300, making 300 Bar wildly popular among local office workers. It's a homely joint where anyone can feel safe, often hosts DJ events, and is perfect for meeting new people. Don't sleep on the mojitos – they're approved by the Cuban embassy, as per the 'mojito certificate' on the wall.
Fazenda Bldg B1F, 5-9-11 Ginza, Chuo-ku
|Opening hours:||12noon-2am, Fri & Sat 12noon-4am|