Cut Let Me
Hatchobori: Beer bar
Cut Let Me (Hatchobori: Beer bar)
Cut Let Me
Open 11:30am-1:30, 5-10:30pm (LO). Closed Sundays.

There aren't many craft-beer bars in this neck of the woods, so Cut Let Me is worth knowing about if you're looking for a beer in this neighborhood. The basement room is spacious and comfortable, with a variety of seating options and old-fashioned wood-heavy decor.

More than two dozen taps dispense a nice selection of craft beers from around Japan as well as a few major labels. Craft beers are priced at Y860 for a pint-size glass (480ml) and Y480 for a half (270ml). The food menu focuses on grilled meats and tapas-style small dishes. (Formerly known as Hachi.)

Hatchobori
Chuo-ku, Hatchobori 1-11-6, Tagaiakira Bldg B1F.
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