Premium sake is the focus at this charming drinking spot, and proprietress will construct three-part tasting flights based on your preferences. Flights generally cost around Y1500-1700 - perhaps a tad higher than average, but worth it for the personal service and outstanding selection. The Y300 table charge includes a nice plate of sake-friendly snacks, and miso soup is complimentary - just help yourself. The crowd seems to get more lively (and bigger) after 10pm.
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