Karakuri is unusual among Tokyo's craft-beer bars in that they also serve craft sake. Another distinguishing feature is their food menu - rather than sausages and pizza, they serve oden and tempura as well as sake-compatible dishes like eihire (grilled ray fin) and roast duck. There are seven beers on tap to choose from, along with nine "guest sakes."
Three-part tasting flights of beer are priced at Y1300, and sake flights are Y1070. Beers are priced from Y800/Y1100 for 310ml and 473ml glasses, while sake is Y500/Y900 for 90ml and 180ml servings. If you're feeling adventurous, they also serve kombucha.
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