Updated: December 05, 2019
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Here's a list of some awesome izakayas in Ebisu!


Looking to enjoy drinks, good foods, and the perfect izakaya atmosphere in Ebisu? Then this list is for you! These are some beloved-by-the-locals drinking holes near Ebisu station.

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Ebisu-no Yasube

Yasube is an izakaya serving specialties from Kochi Prefecture. The signature foods are the yatai gyoza, which are plump juicy dumplings with a crispy outside because they are deep-fried. They're packed with pork, ginger, chive, and garlic.

They also have "yakan beer", or beer served in a kettle which is also a thing in Kochi apparently.


Kiryu is a hipster curry house that serves some amazing dishes with flavours from Okinawa.

You can go there for lunch, during which time the place has a cafe vibe. Their vegetable-packed curries are about ¥1,000.

If you go there in the evening, the place has a warm atmosphere izakaya vibe with people drinking and eating, and having lots of fun.

There are some counter seats around the open kitchen and also some traditional low tables where you sit on the floor on cushions.

Sakaba Ebisudou

Sakaba Ebisudou isn't easy to find as it doesn't even have a sign, but you'll notice it for its white noren curtens and large window from which you can see clearly the inside and lots of people enjoying themselves.

This is one of the best secret izakaya in the area. It has multi-service courses from ¥4,000, that include 2 hours of free-flowing alcohol. You'll get everything in the course from sashimi to rich stews. The items served change by the season.


Uoshin is a top-of-its class seafood izakaya! The quality is always great and the prices are reasonable. People report paying around ¥4,000 for dinner.

Try their sashimi plater to start. It has all kinds of fresh seasonal catches. If raw fish isn't your thing, the place is also very good for its grilled fish and stews.

This is a good place to try some delicious Japanese sakes.

Ebisu Yokocho

Ebisu Yokocho is not a single izakaya, rather, it's a collection of quaint little izakayas all under one roof. The izakaya it houses are all reasonably-priced, and the people going there are mostly in their 20s and 30s. It's a really popular drinking spot on Friday and Saturday nights so you even might have to wait outside a little before you can get in.

The entrance is a 2-minute walk from the East Exit of the Ebisu Station. You should not have any problem to find it when you get near as there are bright neon signs and lanterns indicating the entrances.

Address: 1-7-4 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Hours: Business hours vary but most taverns open from 17:00 and close in the late hours of the night.

For more information about Ebisu Yokocho you can see the link below.

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