Okagesan
Yotsuya: Izakaya
Okagesan (Yotsuya: Izakaya)
Okagesan
Open 6-10:15pm (LO). Closed Sundays, Mondays.
no smoking: No smoking

The sake selection at this Michelin-starred izakaya is pretty impressive, and the food is above average, but not quite good enough to justify the prices. Prix-fixe menus are the only option, and they start at Y5000. Seating is cramped, but service is friendly and the non-smoking policy improves things a bit.

The shop is located underneath a tansu shop, and can be hard to find.

Yotsuya
Shinjuku-ku, Yotsuya 2-10, Matsumotokan B1F.
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