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-Located in Tokyo’s Bunkyo Ward, Manga Night is actually a very multifaceted place. It’s a manga specialty shop, but also a manga library with a large collection of comics that you can read for free. Then there’s the cafe aspect, with drinks and food, and finally Manga Night is also an art gallery, with rotating exhibits highlighting the works of manga luminaries.
-In most manga stores in Japan, the comics are arranged by publisher, and within each publisher’s section they’re further sorted by the author’s name. Manga Night does things a little differently, though, with its books sorted by theme or some other shared characteristic.
-But like we said, this is a legitimate cafe, and so once you’re inside, your first stop should be the counter where you can order coffee, other soft drinks, and even craft beer! At night, the menu expands even further to include whiskey highballs and hors d’oeuvres.
-After picking out a drink and a manga, the next thing to do is to pick a seat. The counter spots are great if you’re looking to mingle with fellow manga fans, but if you’re looking for a place to quietly lose yourself in the art form.
This is the seat you’ll want to snag, with an extra-cushy sofa-style chair tucked into a back corner. Once we settled in, we had a beer at our left hand, and a whole shelf of manga to read within arm’s reach to the right.
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