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Jip/
Shinjuku Gyoen-mae:
Wine bar
₯6380-1178
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If you've ever
wanted to try Japa-
nese wines, but
don't want to gamble
with buying com-
pletely unknown
bottles, Jip Bar is
the place to check
out. This specialty
wine bistro pours
from a rotating list
of twenty Japanese
wines by the glass
at any given time.

Finding a wine you
like is still rather
hit-or-miss, but you
can at least ask the
staff for recommen-
dations, and the
overall investment
in a glass is less
risky. We found a
higher success rate
with the whites
rather than the
reds, but your mile-
age may vary.

Attached to the
bistro is a retail
bottle shop, and if
you see a bottle you
like you can drink
it here for a Y1500
corkage charge. The
limited food menu
offers mostly small
dishes like sauteed
mushrooms, sauteed
shrimp in garlic,
tripe stew and fish
carpaccio.
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Shinjuku-ku, Shin-
juku 2-7-1.  Open
5-11pm. Closed
Sundays.
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