Updated: March 18, 2020
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5 Omotesando bars: from secluded drinking holes to fancy wine bars

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Here are 5 interesting bars of different genres along Omotesando.

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Bar de Jangara

This is a pretty cool secluded bar with counter seats, sofas, and tables. There isn't even a signboard so it's not obvious to find. Keep your eyes open for a big brown door. Walk in and you'll feel like you're going into somebody's house. The interior is very dimly lit which creates a laid-back atmosphere. Aside from the sake, cocktails and wines, the vegetarian ramen is one of their signature menu items.

Bar à vin PARTAGER

Bar à vin PARTAGER is originally from Osaka. This beautiful and elegant French wine and tapas bar is a great place to take a date. Dishes start at ¥1,000, which is quite reasonable given its chic decor. You can have a glass a wine (or a few) with some appetizers, it's a great way to finish a busy day! Make sure to try their popular macarons!
PARTAGER is located inside Omotesando Hills, on the 3rd floor.

FRATELLI PARADISO

This Italian restaurant from Sydney has a wine bar and a dining section. They are very popular for their natural wine selection and their creative and delicious Italian dishes. It is also recommended to stop by for tea time! You definitely need to try their tiramisu!
Lunch is about ¥2,000, and dinner is about ¥5,000.

Tokyo Whisky Library

TOKYO Whisky Library is a bar located just a minute walk from Omotesando Station. Just a step in, and you will be amazed by the great selection of whisky bottles displayed on the wall. They have 1,200 kinds of whiskies consisting of 70% of Scotch whiskies and the rest being Japanese, Canadian, and Taiwanese whiskies.

Bar Radio

Bar Radio has excellent cocktails that are about ¥1,500. Pricey, but totally worth the price because they are made with top-notch ingredients (seasonal fruits, high-grade liqueurs, etc.). They are served in beautiful glasses too. One thing that makes this place really special is that it's completely non-smoking, which is a rarity in Tokyo. So if the smokey bar atmosphere puts you off, this is the place for you.

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