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šShinshu Osake
Mura/
Shimbashi: Sake bar
₯3572-5488
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People don't come to
Shinshu Osake Mura
for the atmosphere,
or the music (there
isn't any). There
aren't even any
chairs. The reason
to visit this hole-
in-the-wall,
standing-only sake
bar, located on the
ground floor of one
of Shimbashi's most
ancient office
buildings, is the
great sake list.

Thirty or forty
varieties are poured
at any given time,
including plenty of
seasonal, limited-
edition specials.
Most are priced at
either Y300 or Y500
for a decent 110ml
pour - a major Tokyo
sake bargain. It
helps a lot if you
can converse with
the enthusiastic
bartender in Japa-
nese - he's eager to
offer suggestions
based on your
tastes, and he
hasn't steered us
wrong.

Sake-friendly snacks
- heavily tilted
towards the salty
end of the flavor
spectrum (smoked
tofu, spicy beef
tongue), are Y300
each. If you want a
break from nihonshu,
the bar also serves
over a dozen Japa-
nese craft beers in
bottles and cans,
plus one or two on
draft, starting at
around Y240.
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Minato-ku, Shimba-
shi 2-20-15, Shimba-
shi Ekimae Bldg #1
1F.  Open 11am-9:
30pm (LO). Closed
weekends.
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