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Is there anything better really than having a delicious crisp beer outside with your friends on a scorching hot Tokyo summer day? These craft market restaurants offer delicious beer that you can enjoy on their terrace. Here's our pick!
What would you imagine if you were asked what is the most popular kind of Japanese alcohol? Japanese sake? Japanese whiskeys? Some might even think of shochu (Japanese spirit). Actually, by far, beer is the most popular alcoholic beverage drunk in Japan! Here are the 5 most popular beer brands in Japan.
Among the three major Japanese beer brands that are Sapporo, Asahi, and Kirin, Sapporo beer has many foreign fans. Sapporo Beer claims to have been pursuing the "real" taste of beer since its established. Wanna taste the historical flavor of Japanese beers? Go check this post for the details!
Even if you haven't tried one, you may have heard of the name "Yebisu Beer". Yebisu Beer is produced by the Sapporo Beer brewery, the oldest beer company in Japan. The thick deep flavor of Yebisu is very irresistible!
Friday, Friday! Searching for a place for happy hour? Hama devil is ready to serve you and your company. It is great not only for groups but also for enjoying time alone. And make sure to order the rare Chicago-style pizza that you hardly get to see it in town.
If you want squid when in Tokyo head to squid institution, Ika Center. Serving up Tokyo's most delicious deep-fried squid, grilled squid, squid sashimi and more, Ika Center promises you a night of awesome food and a real Japanese seafood experience.
Beer is pretty good in Japan and among the best brands Sapporo Beer definitely comes to mind. The company even has its own museum in Sapporo. The Sapporo Beer Museum is really popular, and for good reasons! You get an interesting history of beer in Japan, plus you can sample loads of beer at a really cheap price!
Kawagoe is a town that tells the story of olden Tokyo. It has also a manufacturer of a craft beer known as the COEDO Beer. The beer is made from sweet potatoes which are produced in abundance in the region. In Kawagoe, you can enjoy the local beer while time traveling back to the Edo period.
There's plenty of craft beer pubs popping in Tokyo at the moment but most don't have the kind of charm that comes with Beer Pub Ishii. Situated in the oldtown Tokyo district of Yanesen, you not only have the choice of three different high-quality Japanese craft beers, hearty meals, and a mouthwatering Sunday roast, but it's the perfect place to go for a weekend stroll.