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ššAkita Pure Rice
Sake Bar/
Yaesu: Yakitori
₯6256-0518
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Craft sake from
Akita Prefecture is
the specialty at
this comfortable
counter bar, which
stands at the front
of a chicken spe-
cialty restaurant
called Honke Abeya.
You can just drop by
for a quick glass of
sake or two, or you
can order some skew-
ers of yakitori or
even a full chicken-
based meal to accom-
pany your drinks.

The drinks selection
here is quite im-
pressive, with
limited-edition
seasonal specials
and "prototype"
bottles from many of
Akita's small craft
sake breweries. More
than three dozen
varieties are gener-
ally available on
any given day, most-
ly priced from Y580-
880 per glass, al-
though a few items
cost a bit more.
There's also a va-
riety of kikizake
tasting sets (in-
cluding a seven-
glass flight for
Y1600) and all-you-
can-drink deals.

The chicken here is
an heirloom cross-
breed called hinai-
jidori, prepared as
yakitori, oyakodon
and - for the daring
- several types of
chicken sashimi.
Budget around Y2000-
3000 in the evening
for some skewers and
drinks. This shop is
located in the
second-floor Kitama-
chi Dining complex
at the north end of
the Yaesu side of
Tokyo Station, above
the Kitchen Street
and Kurobei Yokocho
dining complexes.
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Chiyoda-ku, Maru-
nouchi 1-9-1, Kitam-
achi Dining (2F). 
Open 11am-10pm (LO;
Sat, Sun -9pm)
daily.
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