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Blen Blen Blen/
Shibuya: Brazilian
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If you're thirsty
for a cachaca cock-
tail in the wee
hours of the night,
follow the circle-
stamped road past
Mark City to Blen
Blen Blen. This bone
fide Brazilian bar,
tucked into a faded
white seventies-
style building in
Dogenzaka 1-chome,
seats a maximum of
thirty and stays
open til 4am.

Despite its
difficult-to-find
location and some-
what forbidding
exterior, the space
is cute and relaxed,
decorated with col-
orful posters and
knick-knacks of all
sorts. The Brazilian
flag hangs proudly
on one wall, while
shelves stacked with
vinyl records stand
beside the bar.

Take a seat and have
a chat with Blen
Blen Blen's gregari-
ous master,
Jukukuchi-san, while
you snack on cocin-
ias (Brazilian style
chicken croquettes)
or grilled chicken
and corazon (hearts)
and sip on your
drink.

The Caipirinhas here
are refreshingly
tart, and the musi-
cal mix of Brazil-
ian, soul, hip-hop,
and R&B is fun and
funky. The bar hosts
DJ and movie events
on weekends.
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Shibuya-ku, Dogen-
zaka 1-17-12, Nono
Bldg 2F.  Open
8pm-4am. Closed
Mondays, some
Sunday.
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