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Surugaya Kahei/
Akihabara: Izakaya
₯5295-0310
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There's a nice se-
lection of some
three dozen craft
sake to explore at
this stylish little
bar, with an unusual
fish and seafood-
centered food menu
to accompany your
drinks. It's run by
a Shizuoka-based
purveyor of shiokara
(fermented shellfish
guts), and connois-
seurs of this deli-
cacy can choose from
thirty different
varieties, including
unusual dishes like
shiokara bruschetta.
If you're not a fan,
you can fall back on
the reliable sashimi
platter of the day,
featuring three or
five different fish
depending on your
appetite.

The menu also offers
some interesting
sushi items, such as
fish marinated in
yuzu kosho and an
excellent grilled
anago that goes well
with the sake here.
The setup is infor-
mal enough that you
can just pop in for
a round of drinks
and a snack, or stay
longer if you find
more sake that you
want to try.

The arched, high-
ceilinged space
under the railroad
tracks is part of
the JR-managed Maach
Ecute complex, a
repurposed former
train station from
the 1950s. Budget
around Y2000-3000
for snacks and a few
drinks.
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Chiyoda-ku, Kanda
Sudacho 1-25-4,
Maach Ecute 1F. 
Open 11am-11pm
daily.
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