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Asama/
Yotsuya 3-chome:
Sake bar
₯3355-2977
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The sign outside
this old-school sake
pub entices with the
promise of jizake -
local sake - and
makes good on that
offer. On Friday
nights, the crowd
consists mainly of
beer-drinking sala-
rymen, but Asama is
a great place for
those who love sake.


A good starting
point for novices is
the Y500 sake list,
which features a
selection of brews
from producers such
as Kudoki Jozu and
Kariho. More sea-
soned drinkers will
find several varie-
ties of limited-
edition sake and
premium brands like
Juyondai and Azuma-
ichi. If you need
help navigating the
three-page sake
menu, proprietor
Tomohisa Hatakeyama
will make recommen-
dations for you
based on your pref-
erences.

The food menu fea-
tures tasty izakaya
standards such as
grilled tebasaki
chicken wings and
crispy vegetable
tempura, all pre-
pared in the impos-
sibly tiny kitchen
at the back.
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Shinjuku-ku, Yot-
suya 3-7.  Open 5-
11pm (LO). Closed
Sundays.
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