Ushitora, Shimokitazawa

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TOKYO | Ushitora isn’t as centrally located as many of Tokyo’s other craft beer spots, but this bar has built a reputation as being one of the best in town. Split across two side-by-side venues, guests can choose either the standing room bar with a kushiage (deep-fried, skewered bites) menu or the larger venue with seats, tables and a full menu of things like salads, salads, shepherd pies, pizzas and fish & chips.

Across Ushitora’s 35 taps you’ll find mostly Japanese beers, including a few brewed especially for the bar. There’s a few taps dedicated to imports too. What you will find on these 35 taps are fantastic beer, including several rare beers that you won’t see elsewhere in town. These guys take their beer seriously – their refrigerated storage and server system ensures that each beer is served at just the right temperature, through the cleanest of lines. Ushitora might be a bit out of the way, but those who visit will be rewarded.

Ushitora

6-3-27 Daita
Setagaya-ku
Tokyo 155-0033
Japan

Telephone: 03 3485 9090
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Website

Open
Wed – Mon: 11:30am to 2:00am
Tue: 4:00pm to 2:00am

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