Hasegawa Saketen
Harajuku: Liquor shop
Hasegawa Saketen (Harajuku: Liquor shop)
Hasegawa Saketen
Open 11am-10pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays
no smoking: No smoking

A very well-stocked sake shop, plus a small stand-up bar where you can try samples in small 50ml tasting sizes. Usually there are around ten sakes open for tasting, priced Y200-400. There's also a small snack menu - prosciutto, cheese, dried mentaiko. The retail side of the shop stocks over 100 premium brands of sake, and unlike many shops that seem to specialize in those humongous isshobin bottles that won't fit in your fridge, most of the sake here is in convenient 720ml bottles or in tiny single-serving mini-bottles.

Shibuya-ku, Jingumae 4-12-4, Omotesando Hills 3F.
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