Yotsuya 3-chome: African
Tribes (Yotsuya 3-chome: African)
Open 5pm-midnight. Closed Sundays.

Formerly located in Kagurazaka, this small neighborhood bar serves a menu of African and African-inspired dishes like cous cous, peanut-chicken stew, and tasty boerewors sausage. Thrill seekers can sample sauteed camel, crocodile steaks and fried beef lung.

Drinks include cocktails, African beers, and a decent list of South African and north African wines starting in the range of Y3000 per bottle. Be sure to inspect the "Little Africa" diorama while you're here.

Yotsuya 3-chome
Shinjuku-ku, Arakicho 7-14-101, Axas Yotsuya Sanchome 1F.
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