This well-stocked liquor store might be the best part of the 200-seat Sumida Food Hall inside Kinshicho Parco. Unlike the limited drinks selections at most food courts, here you can choose from a dozen differerent sake by the glass (including premium labels like Aramasa), plus imported and domestic wines, shochu, whiskey, craft spirits and cocktails.
If you want something to nibble on with your drinks, Imadeya offers small otsumami-style dishes for Y300-500, or you can get a seafood donburi or an Umami Burger from one of the other shops in the food court. Sake is priced from Y450 per glass, and wine from Y600, and of course if you find something you like you can pick up a bottle or two to take home.
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