Where to Watch, Bet the 2018 FIFA World Cup From Tokyo

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Cryptocurrencies the likes of bitcoin, bitcoin cash and ethereum as well as litecoin have made betting sports online - and betting the FIFA World Cup - much easier in Japan through the use of a wallet linked to your respective bank account.

Gambling and sport betting are both very popular in Japan, though only certain forms are lawful, and betting on the FIFA World Cup is not considered to be legal in Japan.  Still there will be plenty of folks doing so regardless. This is especially true in 2018 with the Japanese soccer team heading to Russia to take part in the World Cup.

Tokyo bars, needless-to-say, will be standing room only.

HUB - The British style pub has around 90 chain stores in throughout Japan so you are bound to be near one of them.

82 Ale House (Shibuya Miyamasuzaka Branch) - Owned by HUB and for the slightly more mature crowd, there are over 10 chain stores in Tokyo, with each store featuring wide screens to watch the live broadcast.

M Spo Cafe - 8 mins walk from Shibuya Station (渋谷駅) - TVs everywhere and the capacity to seat over 200 people.

Bar Quest - Japan, 〒106-0032 Tokyo, Minato, Roppongi, 5 Chome−5−3-1 第2レーヌビル

Dining & Bar Estadio - 8 mins walk from Shibuya Station (渋谷駅) - The sports bar is managed by the Japan’s biggest soccer equipment store KAMO.

Legends - Japan, 〒106-0032 東京都港区 六本木3−16−33 青葉六本木ビル 1F

H2 International - Japan, 〒160-0004 東京都新宿区 四谷3-6-7 会田ビル2F

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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