June 5, 2017 (Edition 2.0)
* Information of a closed bar was deleted.
* 2 shops were added.
* Old information was updated.
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Hopefully, you are interested in drinking sake and want to know where to buy. This guidebook introduces international tourists to recommended sake bars and stores in Tokyo, Japan. Most of them are inexpensive places. You will enjoy drinking sake very reasonably in unique places, and then purchase your favorite sake.
The places unfortunately often do not have English speaking staff or English menu or websites. That’s why this guidebook is focused on giving you useful information.
If you are a backpacker and traveling on a budget, it would be a good idea to read this guidebook before going to downtown Tokyo. You can choose from 11 highly recommended places.
Usually, the tourists repeatedly go to the downtown area of Tokyo, because it is really famous for nice sightseeing and shopping places. So, this guidebook will show you the recommended places in the downtown area. It is easy for you to get to these places by train / subway.
Each place offers a different service and atmosphere, as well as a specific ordering system and rules. This can be confusing for international tourists. This guidebook provides specific information and many pictures of the shops, so that you can select one to visit and understand how to get the most out of your experience. You can enjoy drinking sake without a tour guide.
Have a nice trip!
Table of Contents
1: All-you-can-drink sake (Shinjuku 新宿)
2: High quality sake and shochu (Ginza 銀座, Ebisu 恵比寿)
3: Get famous and popular sake (Ginza 銀座)
4: Many kinds of sake (Hamamatsucho 浜松町)
5: Nagano 長野 prefecture’s sake (Shinbashi 新橋)
6: Open-plan sake standing bar (Shinbashi 新橋)
7: Rare and vintage types of sake (Shinagawa 品川)
8: Kochi 高知 prefecture’s sake (Ginza 銀座)
9: Niigata 新潟 prefecture’s sake and Japanese food (Ueno 上野)
10: Information Center (Shinbashi 新橋)
11: Sake Tasting Vending Machine (Ryogoku 両国)