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Sekai no Beer
Hakubutsukan/
Oshiage: Beer bar
¥5610-2648
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Rather than trying
to represent the
entire world, the
"World Beer Museum"
narrows its focus to
brews from five
beer-producing coun-
tries - Belgium,
Germany, the UK,
Czech Republic and
the US - along with
a "world food" menu
of representative
dishes from those
same countries.
Choose from 15-20
beers on draft, or
another 150 by the
bottle. Prices are a
tad higher than
average, but not
outrageously so,
given the location.

US draft beers in-
clude a few each
from Pike Brewing
Company in Seattle
and High Water Brew-
ing in California -
craft beers not
otherwise available
in Tokyo. (High
Water's Hop Riot IPA
is especially recom-
mended.) The food is
a cut above typical
pub fare - the dou-
ble cheeseburger
(Y1700), served with
a tangy barbecue
sauce, was filling
and quite tasty, and
the Czech pork cut-
let was also good.

The restaurant it-
self is huge (some
300 seats), with
several different
counter bars in
addition to table
seating, so it
should be easier to
get a seat here than
at some other Sky-
tree destinations.
(Note though that
reservations can be
made only on week-
days.) The atmos-
phere is lively,
with loud music and
enthusiastic ser-
vice. Budget around
Y3500 for food and
drink; you can also
shop at the adjacent
retail counter for
beers to go.
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Sumida-ku, Oshiage
1-1-2, Tokyo Solama-
chi 7F East Yard 2.
 Open 11am-10pm
(LO) daily.
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