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šHigasa Amagasa/
Yotsuya 3-chome:
Izakaya
₯3225-0267
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Craft sake from
small, often ob-
scure, breweries in
Nagano Prefecture
and elsewhere is the
focus at this popu-
lar sake specialty
bar. Servings are in
small-size glasses
and sharing is en-
couraged, so you can
try several differ-
ent types over the
course of a meal and
compare notes. The
staff will be happy
to make recommenda-
tions (in Japanese),
or you can order
from the detailed
list.

Food here tilted
heavily toward sake-
friendly items, such
as the six kinds of
yaki-miso (we were
especially taken by
the grilled garlic
miso) and a very
tasty miso-marinated
griilled pork. There
are also some very
nice salads and a
handful of grilled
fish and sashimi
items. Our grilled
ray was sweeter and
more tender than
average, but still
had a pleasant
crunch.

Seating is at small
horikotatsu or at
the small counter;
there's also one
window booth, where
smoking is allowed.
The elevator opens
onto Tokyo's tiniest
genkan, where you're
meant to take off
your shoes, so large
groups might take
awhile to enter and
exit. Budget around
Y2500-3500 for a few
rounds of sake and
snacks, more for a
full evening.
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Shinjuku-ku, Yot-
suya 3-9-11, Yotsuya
Shinko Bldg 7F. 
Open 5:30pm-mid-
night. Closed
Sundays.
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