Updated: November 06, 2018
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Cheap Drinks and Grub at Hub in Japan

Hub is an English style pub that offers cheap drinks and food. It is a great place to go with some friends or to make friends as the layout of the bar makes it easy to talk to other people.

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Hub

Hub is a cash-on delivery type of bar. You just have to go to the counter to order your drink. There are no cover charges and it has a very relaxed atmosphere. There are tons of Hubs around Japan, and they are usually located close to the station.
It's a great place to go drink with friends or for a large party.
http://www.pub-hub.com/

Menu

They have a wide selection of imported beers: beer bottles are usually around 600-800 YEN, and beer on tap start at around 360 YEN for 1/2 pint. Good deal!
Their drinks are also cheap, especially during happy hour (see below). You can have all kinds of different cocktails, such as a classic gin & tonic, or even a Matcha Piña Colada, which one will you try?
For the classic cocktails, you can choose between regular and jumbo size. Regular size is 390 YEN and Jumbo is 550 YEN. Quite a deal!
They are after all an English pub, so you're sure to find fish & chips (regular and half-size portions), but also some salads, pickled vegetables, and even pizza!

Happy Hour!

During happy hour, from 5-7 PM, some drinks are half off, and others 30%! A Moscow Mule for 320 YEN? Yes!

They also have some fun events, like sports events and anniversary parties!

Have a fun night at Hub's!

You can find a Hub near you by clicking the link below.
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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