Yona Yona Beer Works, Aoyama

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TOKYO | Yo Ho Brewing are one of our favourite Japanese beer brewers, and produce wide range of interesting beers across many different styles. When Kirin purchased 40% of the business in 2015, many feared that the quality of the beers might suffer but in actual fact, Yona Yona are producing a wider range of beers than every before.

Yo Ho run several craft beer bars in Tokyo under the name Yona Yona Beer Works, and their craft beer bar in Aoyama, which opened in October 2015, is a great spot to sample Yo Ho’s beers. The small, low lit basement bar features a large bar with all of the Yo Ho core range on tap, along with some limited releases and a few of the brewery’s Karuizawa Kogen beers. There are a few stools along the long bar, and tables with seats behind and to the side.

Beers come in small, medium, and large pours, and tasting flights of three beers per flight are also offered. We recommend trying the Aooni, an American IPA, and the Tokyo Black Real Ale on hand pump. Also worth checking out is the annual barleywine release, Hare no Hi Sennin – we tried the 2015 release when we were last in town and it was delightfully rich and not too sweet. If it’s food you’re after, Yona Yona offers an assortment of grilled bar foods. The highlight is the sausages, which come in a variety of flavours like yuzu pepper, pork, smoked pork, curry, and venison.

Yona Yona Beer Works

Basement
3-18-20 Minamiaoyama
Minato-ku
Tokyo 107-0062
Japan

Telephone: 03 5413 5447
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Website

Open
Mon – Thu: 5:00pm to 11:30pm
Fri – Sun: 11:30am to 11:00pm

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