Kamurocho last edited by Piaru on 03/07/19 06:25AM View full history

Overview

Kamurocho is a fictional metropolitan district of Tokyo, Japan that serves as a major setting in the Yakuza series. It is based on the real-world Kabukichō, Tokyo's most well-known "red-light" district. Like its inspiration, Kamurocho is famous for its vibrant nightlife, featuring a wide variety of shops, restaurants, nightclubs and video arcades. It is also a district heavy with the influence of rival yakuza families who constantly struggle for control of Kamurocho, particularly in regards to illegal activities such as underground gambling parlors, loan shark money-lending operations and brothels. At the heart of Kamurocho is the Millennium Tower, a huge skyscraper which serves as a key location for many plot-critical events throughout the series.

Points of Interest

Restaurants

  • Alps Tea House (Cafe Alps)
  • Matsuya
  • Gelateria
  • Shellac
  • Atenshi (Earth Angel)
  • Smile Burger
  • Bantam
  • Pronto
  • Kyushu No.1 Ramen
  • Sushi Gin
  • Kanrai

Shops

  • M-Store
  • Poppo Tenkaichi
  • Beam
  • Ebisuya
  • Poppo Shouwa
  • Poppo Nakamichi Alley
  • Don Quixote
  • Le Marche
  • Kotobuki Pharmacy

Nightlife

  • Club Ageha
  • Club Koakuma
  • Love In Heart
  • Asia
  • MEB

Amusement

  • Club Sega Nakamichi
  • Rokuronsou Mahjong Parlour
  • Karaoke Palace
  • Club Sega Theatre
  • Yoshida Batting Centre
  • Mach Bowl

Other

  • No.3 Park
  • Millennium Intro
  • Stardust
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