This is a tour/incursion of the busy and mysterious streets “Shinjuku Kabukicho and Shinjuku Golden Gai” – places that make even Japanese people visiting the area think twice before walking these streets.
If you’re lucky, you might just meet a beautiful “mama” (Japanese slang for a female owner of a "snack bar”) who’s known only by regulars of these streets. - Meet up at the lobby of the “Prince Hotel” in Shinjuku~ Watch a show at a transvestite bar called “Okama” bar.
Come and drink plenty with the performers there.~ Have a drink at a popular bar after walking around Shinjuku Golden Gai. - Disperse at the lobby of the “Prince Hotel” in Shinjuku Please note: There are no shows on Tuesdays Prince Hotel in Shinjuku Hi, I'm Yuki from Voyagin.
Note: Thai language has its own script with 44 consonant letters, 15 vowel symbols that combine into at least 28 vowel forms, four tone diacritics, and an own set of numerals.
There are many systems for transcribing Thai into the Roman alphabet.
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