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ššNihonbashi
Brewery/
Bakurocho: Brewpub
₯6231-0226
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This brewpub is run
by a veteran of HUB
(Hopworks Urban
Brewery) in Port-
land, Oregon, and
the thirteen taps
here carry HUB beers
and other imports,
domestic Japanese
craft beers from
producers like Kyoto
Brewing, and one or
two of their own
house brews. There's
usually a cider as
well. One attractive
feature is that they
offer small-size
glasses priced at
just Y380, so cus-
tomers can try a few
different beers at
one sitting. (Medium
and pint-size
glasses are also
available.)

The very inventive
food menu is worth
exploring, starting
with their line-up
of original pizzas.
The cheese and miso
work together very
well on the miso-
renkon pizza, with
the lotus root add-
ing a nice crunchi-
ness. If you like a
bit of heat, the
spicy sausage and
jalapeno pizza packs
a real kick. Other
super-savory, umami-
rich delicacies
include grilled pork
belly served with a
tapenade-like shii-
take mushroom rel-
ish, and an excel-
lent salad of cori-
ander, bean sprouts
and greens in a miso
dressing.

The chicken wings
are another high-
light - ten extreme-
ly crisp mini-wings
served with either a
fine-herb or a
chili-flavored dip.
Lunch (served until
2pm) is limited to a
couple of pizzas and
pasta dishes, but
these come with a
buffet-style salad
bar.

The smart decor
leans towards indus-
trial chic, with
seating for 45 cus-
tomers, including 17
at the counters. The
bar is located just
a few minutes away
from Beer Wars,
another craft-beer
bar, in case you
want to do a bit of
bar-hopping in the
neighborhood.
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Chuo-ku, Nihonba-
shi Tomizawacho 10-
13.  Open 11:30am-
11pm daily.
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