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Yona Yona Beer
Works/
Kanda: Beer bar
₯5289-4747
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The second Tokyo
outlet of Nagano
Prefecture's Yo-Ho
Brewing, this Kanda
branch offers a more
ambitious food menu
as well as a dozen
of the brewery's
beers on draft,
including a couple
of hand-pumped real
ales. Excellent
roast Date chicken,
an heirloom breed
from Fukushima Pre-
fecture, is the
specialty of the
house and it's well
worth a try. With
beautifully crisp
skin and juicy meat,
it comes in whole,
half and quarter
bird sizes.

Another highlight is
the impressive se-
lection of sausage
variations - squid
ink, prosciutto,
wasabi, curry, and
shrimp-whitefish
among them. A six-
sausage sampler
plate is Y2800, or
you can order indi-
vidually. Chorizo
and venison were our
favorites, but all
the ones we tried
had character, a
huge step up from
the sausage moriaw-
ase you'd find in a
typical beer bar.

The roast vegetable
bagna cauda is also
very well prepared,
as are the french
fries. Even the
condiments here are
special - grape jam
mustard, good-qual-
ity horseradish, and
artisanal handmade
tomato ketchup to
complement your
dishes.

The decor is quite
stylish and the
crowd is lively, but
it can get noisy,
especially if you're
seated near the
order station. It
never gets smoky
though - the whole
bar and dining rooma
are smoke-free.
Reservations are
highly recommended
on weeknights.
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Chiyoda-ku, Kanda
Sudacho 1-24-6. 
Open 4-10:30pm (LO;
Sat, Sun 11:30am-)
daily.
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