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Sanjuro/
Awajicho: Izakaya
₯3525-4207
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We were intrigued by
the menu categories
at this after-work
izakaya - charcoal-
grilled meats,
charcoal-grilled
small fish and
charcoal-grilled big
fish - all of them
prepared over top-
grade bincho char-
coal. Heirloom
breeds of pork,
chicken and premium
wagyu beef make up
the bulk of the meat
menu, and the ones
we sampled were
tender in texture
and sufficiently
fatty to bring out
their full flavor
after grilling.

Seeing the cedar
ball hanging outside
the shop we knew to
expect a good selec-
tion of sake, and
indeed the list of
twenty or so labels
is filled with reli-
able and well-known
breweries like Te-
dorigawa and Dewaza-
kura, although we
didn't notice any
especially unusual
bottles or seasonal
specials.

If you just want to
grab a bite after
work rather than
spend the evening
nibbling, Sanjuro
offers several inex-
pensive teishoku
sets built around
their grilled spe-
cialties; there are
also full-course
prix-fixe menus if
you want to splurge.
Budget anywhere from
Y2000-4000 at din-
nertime, Y800-1000
at lunch.
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Chiyoda-ku, Kanda
Awajicho 2-105,
Watteras Tower Annex
3F.  Open 11am-10:
30pm (LO; Sat, Sun -
9:30) daily.
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