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Shinjuku Ni-chome (pronounced "knee-cho-may"), southeast of the Yasukuni Dori and Gyoen Dori intersection (behind the koban [police box] and Bygs Building), is Tokyo's gay and lesbian quarter, with numerous establishments catering to a variety of age groups and preferences, and a lively street scene. Listed below are good places to start; you'll find a lot more in the immediate area by exploring on your own.

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