Sake no Ana
Ginza: Izakaya
Sake no Ana (Ginza: Izakaya)
Sake no Ana
Open 11:30am-10:30pm (LO; Sun -9:30) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

The excellent sake list (some 130 labels are generally in stock) is supported by a reliable menu of standard izakaya fare - charcoal-grilled meats and fish, yakitori, and sake-friendly nibbles like satsuma-age. A sake sommelier is ready to offer advice, and will often suggest bottles not on the menu. Try to get a seat at the counter if you don't like cigarette smoke with your meal.

Budget around Y4500 for dinner and drinks. Lunch starts at Y1100, and is served until 4pm.

Ginza
Chuo-ku, Ginza 3-5-8.
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