Updated： November 07, 2018
5 Really Cool Bars You Should Visit In Hiroshima
Hiroshima has some interesting bars you should check out while you're there. From authentic cocktail bars to awesome beer pubs to a unique highball bar, there's something for everyone.
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At Fouque, you will enjoy the drinks just as much as the dimly lit relaxing atmosphere. The bar master is super friendly and prepares every drink perfectly with great care. Under the light of this bar, the beautiful drinks look even more amazing. Make sure to take a picture before you drink. Their cocktails are loved by the regular customers. Try the Japanese whiskey as well.
Located near the Jogakuin-Mae Station.
Bar Kawasaki is one of the very old bars of Hiroshima, having been in operation since 1968 officially and even longer according to many people. The bar master who seems to be perhaps in his seventies is impeccable in his service. This is a good place to try Japanese shochu drinks (a kind of Japanese spirit), as well as cocktails. The bar has 10 counter seats and 4 table seats.
Highball Bar Hiroshima 1923
Why no visit a bar which specializes in highball drinks! Highball drinks, which are generally a mix of soda and whisky are very popular in Japan. The highball served come from taps (a rarity!) which mix the perfect ratio of soda and whisky. You can choose from a variety of premium Japanese highballs, single malt highballs, bourbon highballs and fruity mixes. Prices are about ¥500 to ¥600 per drink.
If you're looking for a beer pub with a laid-back atmosphere and awesome craft beer and hearty food, you'll be served at beer pub Hangout. They mostly serve Japanese and American craft beers, and some European ones too. They have different ones on a daily basis. As for the food, they serve awesome burgers, stews, sausages, cheesy fried potatoes and more.
Golden Garden is another awesome place for craft beer in Hiroshima. They serve eight kinds from casks and over 100 world craft beers from bottles. From gyozas to oden to karaage and oysters, there are plenty of foods to choose from if you go with an appetite.
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