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Beerich Yeast/
Kinshicho: Beer bar
¥6658-8155
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Beerich has all the
trappings of a clas-
sic old-school Tokyo
cocktail bar - the
bartenders are
decked out in white
shirts and vests,
and the drinks come
with gigantic globes
of hand-carved ice.
The atmosphere isn't
quite as stiff as
you might expect,
though, and once you
settle in it feels
more like a friendly
neighborhood drink-
ing spot than a
Ginza cocktail mau-
soleum. You can
enjoy the atmosphere
at your leisure, too
- as long as you
behave yourself they
won't kick you out
until four in the
morning.

Beer drinkers can
enjoy Yona Yona Real
Ale and Tokyo Black
on tap along with
three Japanese guest
beers. It's not a
big list, but it's
generally well cho-
sen. On a recent
visit the three
guests were from
Kyoto Brewing, Shiga
Kogen and Tochigi's
Blue Magic.

The tap list is
supplemented by
thirty Japanese
bottled beers, in-
cluding multiple
offerings from brew-
eries like Shiga
Kogen, Minoh and
Bayern. There's also
a serious selection
of Japanese craft
spirits - locally
produced artisanal
gins and rums as
well as the usual
domestic whiskeys.

Food is limited to
drink-friendly bar
fare like sausages
and liver pate. Our
smoked chicken was
the culinary high-
light of our visit,
and like the rest of
the food menu it was
quite reasonably
priced. The shop is
spread out over
three narrow floors,
with a counter bar
downstairs and ta-
bles on the second
and third levels.
Beer prices start at
around Y860 for
draft and Y950 for
bottles, and there's
a Y300 per person
table charge.
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Sumida-ku, Kinshi
2-5-12.  Open 6pm-
3am (LO). Closed
Sundays.
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