Rokunen Yonkumi Shibuya Daiichi Bunkou

Rokunen Yonkumi Shibuya Daiichi Bunkou

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Rokunen Yonkumi Shibuya Daiichi Bunkou―what a long name!!

This name itself represents the name of an elementary school and its class. Rokunen Yonkumi means 4th class in 6th grade in Japanese. So, is this a school or something?
No. It’s a Japanese bar, izakaya!!

You can enjoy nice drink(including sake, of course) and some nice dishes like yakitori, Japanese-style grilled chicken just like many izakaya in Japan. What makes this izakaya special is its interior design. As mentioned above, the name of this izakya represents the name of an elementary school and its class, and its design reminds Japanese people a good-old-day Japanese elementary school.

In Rokunen Yonkumi Shibuya Daiichi Bunkou, there are several goods which makes you feel as if you were in Japanese school. There are blackboards, big maps of Japan, wooden desks and chairs, and tiny school bags. These are all so common in Japanese elementary schools. Many Japanese people feel nostalgic in this izakaya which gets them recall the memory of their youth.

Maybe you won’t have that sort of nostalgie, but there’s no doubt that you’ll have an unmatched experience in Rokunen Yonkumi Shibuya Daiichi Bunkou. It offers you a nice experience with nice dishes and nice sake, and nice design!

Basic info

Opening Hours 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Address Asoruti Shibuya. 5F, 32-12, Udagawa-machi, Shibuyaku, Tokyo
Station Shibuya Station(5 minutes walk)
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