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added on : March 13, 2023
If you’re after unique experiences with Japanese cuisine, look no further than Kabutocho, an up-and-coming neighborhood in the Nihonbashi area of downtown Tokyo.
Traditionally considered a financially focused area buzzing with businesspeople, Kabutocho is in the midst of a renaissance as redevelopment projects welcome new ideas and businesses to the area. From traditional yet rare tipples to a delectable collaboration between chefs, Kabutocho offers unique food- and drink-based experiences sure to add a tasty touch to your Tokyo trip.
Heiwa Doburoku Kabutocho Brewery, a sake brewery opened in 2022 and situated on the first floor of the elegant hybrid timber Kitoki building, serves a real treat: doburoku, an unpressed, slightly fizzy sake. Around 10 flavors made in soup pots are on offer each day at this Tokyo brewery-pub, with standard varieties such as plain, hops and azuki served alongside special and seasonal varieties like mikan orange and basil. Choose the smaller 70mL serving size to facilitate sampling several flavors.
You’ll find a cutting-edge take on cuisine that uses fresh ingredients from producers all over Japan at Kabeat, which opened in 2021. Beyond providing delicious and fresh ingredients, the producers working with Kabeat conserve the environment by practicing resource recycling. These eco-friendly ingredients from across Japan are turned into a variety of delectable dishes inspired by several cultures, including, of course, Japanese. As the menu changes with the seasons, there’s always something fresh and new on offer.
|Address||1F Kitoki, 8-5 Nihonbashi Kabutocho, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|URL||Heiwa Doburoku Kabutocho Brewery (JPN)|
|Address||1F Kabuto One, 7-1 Nihonbashi Kabutocho, Chuo City, Tokyo|
For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.