Japanese Sake

Aoyama Farmer’s Market @UNU

Vibrant market for fresh vegetable and fruits pops up every weekend at United Nations University (UNU) Forecourt in Aoyama. Products sold...

Inadaya

In Toda City of Saitama Prefecture, there is a Japanese creative cuisine called ‘Inadaya’ which is specialized in tofu (soybean...

Local Stand Tokyo Bar

  Inside the JR Akabane station, among other restaurants and cafes in the Ecute Akabane shopping area, there is a...

Nitakiya Owan

About 4 minutes walk from Kayabacho station, there is a small restaurant which serves Oden or Japanese hotchpotch, and Japanese...

Arata

At the second floor of Roppongi Hills Hillside after one minute walk from Roppongi station, there is a stylish Japanese...

Hina

One minute walk from Mizonokuchi station, there is a Japanse style seafood restaurant ‘Hina.’ There are two ‘Hina’s in Mizonokuchi,...

Sushi Dokoro Miyako Bunten

About three minutes walk from Akabane station, there is a small sushi restaurant along the quiet street. There is no...

Kako Miogi

Kako Miogi is one of the Izakaya, Japanese-style pub. You can enjoy good Sake with good Japanese food here. It’s a...

Ginza Sasahana

It has been about 30 years since Ginza Sasahana was opened at Ginza. You can enjoy both sake, a Japanese...

Kyo-Yasai Midori

Kyo-yasai is specifically certified vegetable varieties grown in Kyoto. This restaurant offers the Kyo-yasai with good sake. Name Kyo-Yasai Midori...