Ibrew
Kyobashi: Beer bar
Ibrew (Kyobashi: Beer bar)
Ibrew
Open 5pm-1am. Closed Sundays.

Good craft beers at very reasonable prices - that's the chief selling point for this tiny, unpretentious beer bar. Ten Japanese microbrews are served on tap, all priced at just Y690 for a large size (410 ml) and Y390 for a regular size (Y230 ml). The pizzas are also surprisingly good, and similarly cheap - they start at Y490, while the most expensive of the bunch is a very tasty four-cheese pizza for Y790.

The rest of the eclectic food menu features items like carpaccio, Buffalo chicken wings, and French toast, and the bar is open all day from lunchtime if you want to stop by for a snack. Given the modest setting - just a dozen seats around the bar plus an outdoor standing space overlooking a highway embankment - this isn't really a full-fledged dining destination, but it's a nice place to start the evening with a good local beer and a nibble.

Kyobashi
Chuo-ku, Yaesu 2-11-7, Masubi Bldg 1F.
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