Akihabara is mainly a tourist area along the main streets you are likely to visit so apart from some annoying crowds there isn’t anything you need to worry about.
Even late at night you won’t find more than tourists and kids on a weekend.
Maybe some otaku but they aren’t really dangerous.
Is it safe to walk around Tokyo at night?
As mentioned above, Tokyo is generally a safe city to walk around – even late at night – and most visitors experience minimal (if any) hassle by locals. You should nevertheless maintain a certain degree of street sense and awareness around you, particularly if you are a female walking alone later in the evening.
Is Japan dangerous at night?
Yes, Japan is a relatively safe place to walk around at night compared to other countries, but depending on the places you are, some place such as Kabukicho or Roppongi, might not be that safe.
What is there to do in Akihabara at night?
10 Fun Free Things to Do in Akihabara
- Go to M’s (it’s a 7-floor sex shop)
- Marvel at some serious gamers.
- Browse the discount bin at an electronics shop.
- Pop into the anime shops.
- Spot the maids.
- Take an art break.
- Stop by Kanda Myojin Shrine.
- Relive your youth at Super Potato.
Is Asakusa safe at night?
Asakusa is pretty quiet at night,Shibuya a lot more lively. Or Shinjuku,which has great connections. Depending where you want to go of course! As above, Japan and Tokyo are very safe.