5 SAKE All-You-Can-Drink Izakaya in Tokyo!

Have you tried Sake?? Sake is Japan made alcohol drink made from rice. It tastes kind of similar to wine but quite original. Sake has been…

Have you tried Sake?? Sake is Japan made alcohol drink made from rice. It tastes kind of similar to wine but quite original. Sake has been hugely popular all over the world in a past decade and of course it’s very common alcohol beverage in Japan as it’s usually served at restaurants and Izakaya.

If you love drinking, or wanna try a taste of local food/drink, I’d like to recommend you to dine at following 5 Izakaya resturants which offer delicious Sake in All-You-Can-Drink style in Tokyo!!


1. KURAND SAKE MARKET

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KURAND SAKE MARKET is a casual bar style Sake shop. Over 100 different kinds of Sake can be enjoyed with limitless all-you-can-drink course at 3,000 yen. Although food is not served at the shop, guests are allowed to bring their own food with free charge. Currently there are 4 branches in Tokyo (Ikebukuro, Ueno, Shibuya, Shinjuku) and all of them are located near stations.

Hours: 17:00~23:00 (Weekdays)/12:00~16:00, 17:00~23:00 (Weekends)

Ikebukuro- Map: https://goo.gl/oQpnA6
Ueno- Map: https://goo.gl/Gc09an
Shibuya- Map: https://goo.gl/mrk0hM
Shinjuku-Map: https://goo.gl/Kkd8NB

2. Kainomi (かいのみ)

Kainomi (かいのみ) is located in Yotsuya (near Shinjuku), offering a selection of over 100 different Sake. Two types of all-you-can-drink course can be chosen both at very reasonable price, 90 mins course for 1,500 yen and limitless course for 2,500 yen. Besides the beverage, delicious Japanese bar food are served and especially Sashimi and shellfish are popular

Map: https://goo.gl/bZ9ezD

Access: 2 mins walk from JR Yotsuya Station

Hours: 17:00~24:00 (Closed on Sunday&Holiday)

3. Suisui (粋酔)

Suisui (粋酔) is located at the popular tourist site, Ueno area. Offering over 100 kinds of Sake drinks from all 47 prefectures in Japan. The selection of Sake is well selected by the owner and you can find rare regional Sake at Suisui. Their all-you-can-drink course is at 2,900 yen for 2 hours.

Map: https://goo.gl/FAS53p

Access: 2 mins walk from Inaricho Station

Hours: 17:45~23:00 (Weekdays), 17:00~22:00 (Weekends)

4. Tokiwarai (常笑)

Tokiwarai (常笑) is a small Izakaya which was renovated from an old Japanese house. It’s located at the nostalgic street of Tanukikoji in Nakano area. Offering various kinds of Sake with delicious Izakaya dishes. The course is 5,500 yen including 10 course dishes and all-you-can-drink Sake.

Map: https://goo.gl/b4ILQy

Access: 5 mind walk from Nakano Station

Hours: 17:00~24:00

5. Higasa Amagasa (日がさ雨がさ)

Higasa Amagasa (日がさ雨がさ) is a bar/Izakaya located in Yotsuya Sanchome (near Shinjuku). Surprisingly, offering over 150 different Sake drinks from all over Japan. Their premium all-you-can-drink course costs 3,000 yen! Along with Sake, they offer great selection of other beverage like wine, beer and shochu.

Map: https://goo.gl/f83P87

Access: 1 min walk from Yotsuya Sanchome Station

Hours: 17:30~24:00 (Closed on Sunday&Holiday)


So have you enjoyed my list?? All introduced Izakaya restaurants have amazing selections of Sake from all over Japan from north to south, and surely you will enjoy getting tipsy 😉 If you’d like to check more food information in Tokyo, please check these links below!

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