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ššMixology/
Yaesu: Bar
₯3270-5011
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Codename Mixology
serves inventive,
wonderfully oddball
drinks, and just
might be our new
favorite cocktail
bar in Tokyo. The
bartenders make use
of fresh herbs,
seasonal fruits and
vegetables, artisa-
nal and home-made
spirits, and
science-lab tech-
niques from the
world of molecular
gastronomy to deliv-
er some truly amaz-
ing creations.

Just browsing
through the menu is
an adventure, as you
try to fathom reci-
pes with ingredients
like foie gras vod-
ka, fresh pumpkin
puree, smoke, and
liquid nitrogen.
Savory flavors are
perhaps more common
than sweet ones -
for example the
White Tomato Fizz is
made from centri-
fuged tomato liquid,
olive oil and basil
gin, and the Tom Yam
Cooler (our favorite
here) incorporates
tamarind syrup,
coriander leaf, lime
juice, white balsam-
ic vinegar, pepper
sauce and tom yam
vodka.

Our Blue Cheese
Martini - one of a
line-up of five or
six different
cheese-themed marti-
nis - was actually
much more subtle
than we expected,
with underlying
hints of tangy
cheese balancing the
other ingredients.

The decor is taste-
ful, lighting is
subdued, and the
atmosphere is quiet
and relaxed, the
better to savor the
creative efforts of
your bartender. Just
upstairs from here
is a branch that
they call their
"laboratory," where
they experiment with
new recipes.

Drinks average
around Y1500-2000,
plus 5% service
charge and a cover
charge of Y800 - all
in all quite reason-
able for this level
of quality. There's
also a small but
well-prepared food
menu of pastas and
similar dishes if
you're hungry.
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Chuo-ku, Yaesu 1-
6-1, Daisan Park
Bldg 2F.  Open
6pm-1:30am (LO; Fri
-3:30am). Closed
Sundays.
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