Hitachino Brewing Lab (Tokyo Station), Chiyoda

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TOKYO | Hitachino Brewing Lab (Tokyo Station) is a small bar on the roof of Tokyo Station’s GranSta shopping centre that offers visitors the chance to sample Ibaraki’s Kiuchi Brewery’s Hitachino Nest beers across 10 taps and a small bottle selection. Food includes things like Hitachi mackerel sandwich, pork cutlet sandwiches, and pickles. Tasting paddles are offered, but unfortunately the drink options are set, so if you’ve tried the core range Hitachino Nest beers, you’re probably better off having a few samples that interest you, and grabbing a full sized glass of the one you like best. We recommend the Espresso Stout and the Anbai Ale, a Gose out of the core range, but make sure you keep an eye out for some of the seasonal and rare beers too.

The place is modern, long, and narrow, with enough seating to hold around 15 people, maybe 20 if a few are sitting. The first Tokyo Hitachino Brewing Lab is probably a better bet if you’re looking for more space, or somewhere to settle in for a few hours, but for a quick drink or two or as a meeting place, the Tokyo Station location fits the bill nicely. The handy location also means that there’s always an easy spot to grab a quick craft brew when heading to or from the airport.

Hitachino Brewing Lab (Tokyo Station)

GRANROOF 2F
1-9-1 Marunouchi
Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-0005
Japan

Telephone: 03 6551 2515
E-mail: n/a
Website: Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 11:00am to 11:00pm

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