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Marunouchi: Korean
₯5218-5551
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This lively after-
work pub is a great
place to try makko-
li, the very drink-
able Korean version
of milky-white nigo-
ri ("cloudy") sake.
Eleven different
types are served, in
unexpected flavors
like pear and grape,
okoge (toasted rice)
and pumpkin, priced
from Y380 for an
aluminum cupful. For
the more adventur-
ous, the menu also
offers pomegranate
wine and garlic
liqueur plus the
usual beer and Kore-
an soju.

Light snacks include
seaweed salads and
toasted nori sheets
and lots of kimchee
variations. "Pusan
oden" is the Korean
version of satsuma-
age (fried tofu
sheets), grilled on
skewers and slath-
ered in a spicy
sauce. There's a lot
of meat too - sever-
al different cuts of
yakiniku, expertly
grilled over char-
coal in the kitchen
rather than DIY-
style. The casual
bar area up front is
perfect if you just
want to have a quick
drink and move on to
the next stop.
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Chiyoda-ku, Maru-
nouchi 3-3-1, Shin-
Tokyo Bldg. B1F. 
Open 11:30am-2, 5-
10pm (LO; Sat, Sun-
8:30pm) daily.
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