Tsukushi no Ko
Ikejiri-Ohashi: Izakaya
Tsukushi no Ko (Ikejiri-Ohashi: Izakaya)
Tsukushi no Ko
Open 5-11pm. Closed Sundays.

An astonishing selection of sake, with a full menu page of new, limited-edition arrivals every week. The food tends towards simple, country-style fare, and the atmosphere is very down-home - it's a mother-and-son operation, with mom in the kitchen and her son (the "ko" in Tsukushi-no-ko) out on the floor pouring sake and making recommendations.

Meguro-ku, Higashiyama 3-1-11.
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