There's something for everyone in Tokyo this New Year's Eve – even if your 'thing' involves gawping at girls in hotpants and figure-hugging T-shirts. Yes, mildly pervy 'family restaurant' Hooters will be throwing countdown parties at both its Akasaka and Ginza branches, for the benefit of people looking to start 2013 in the tackiest way possible. Ginza's looks likely to be the more fun of the two, seeing that the ¥4,000 entrance charge (¥3,500 if you buy a ticket in advance) includes free food and drinks, plus cheesy dance music from DJs Cargo and JR Marques. Tickets are on sale now at Hooters, and be warned that there won't be any on the door if the party sells out in advance. (For details about the Akasaka party, go here).