Craft Sake Shoten
Yokohama Sta.: Sake bar
Craft Sake Shoten (Yokohama Sta.: Sake bar)
Craft Sake Shoten
Open 5-10pm. Closed Sundays.

Owned and run by an American sake enthusiast, this informal bar offers more than fifty types of sake, with a few basic snacks if you need something to nibble on. The owner, Brian, is happy to give advice and tell the story behind each bottle he carries, making this a particularly good spot for foreign visitors who are interested in learning more about sake. Most sakes are Y400 for a 65ml pour. (Formerly known as Meishu Center Yokohama.)

Yokohama Sta.
Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Minami-Saiwai 2-18-3, Shimada Bldg 2F.
lsK2-18-3 c2F

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