Great information for travelers, long-distance tourists as well as all various other sake fans going through Tokyo Station: Hasegawa Saketen, among the city’s most vibrant as well as forward-thinking alcohol sellers, once more has a shop in the Gransta cellar buying gallery.
Compared to its previous version, which shut a number of years back, the born-again branch is bigger, sleeker as well as much better equipped. It has actually additionally assigned even more room for its sampling bar, where you can example a wide variety of Japanese drinks, not simply nihonshu yet additionally beer, shōchū, red wine as well as whisky.
The genuine technology, however, is that it additionally has a small location — simply 22.8 square meters — alloted for developing sake. The first offering is a peach-flavored doburoku (thick, unfiltered, raw sake) with a really drinkable alcohol degree of simply 5 percent (readily available in the sampling space for ¥550 per glass). Later in the fall, the strategy is to generate correct filteringed system sake.
Although Hasegawa Saketen uses little in the means of treats, that shouldn’t be an issue. If you obtain peckish, simply head to among the close-by dining establishments, such as Nagoya-design yakitori at Ito Washigoro Shoten, or terrific tacos at the brand-new branch of Kitade Shokudo.
Tokyo Station B1, Marunouchi 1-9-1, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005; 03-6420-3409; www.hasegawasaketen.com; open 7 a.m.-10 p.m. (Sun., hols. till 9 p.m.); sake from ¥550, beer from ¥660; sake as well as beer takeout readily available; nearby station Tokyo; nonsmoking; cashless, significant cards approved; on-line food selection; little English talked
In line with COVID-19 standards, the federal government is highly asking for that citizens as well as site visitors work out care if they pick to go to bars, dining establishments, songs locations as well as various other public areas.