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Previously known as Piss Alley, over 60 bars and restaurants are crammed along the side of Shinjuku JR station on the grounds used by post-war black market traders.
Ebisu Yokocho is a collection of food counters and izakayas filling a narrow alleyway minutes from Ebisu Station.
Hanako Izakaya is often referred to as the Hooters of Japan, with scantily-clad young women serving fresh Hokkaido seafood and drinks to a predominantly male clientele.
Visit the small Izakaya Saiki in Ebisu and try their amazing seasonal dishes and famous frozen sake
Monkey see Monkey do at Utsunomiya's famous monkey izakaya
Ebisu Yokocho is a food alley that's low on price but high on atmosphere.
In the centre of Hirosaki in Japan's Aomori prefecture, Anzu is an atmospheric old izakaya where you can listen to traditional local music while enjoying tasty regional food and drink.
I have tried quite a few yakitori places in Japan and I can reassure you this one is truly awesome. Most restaurants realize their own ideas when it comes to the different types of skewers, some do chicken only, others include beef or seafood on their menu, but most of them have vegetables, too. The way of grilling also can differ a little and at Yakitori Yacchin it was absolutely perfect: the meat was incredibly tender, with a slight crunchy feel on the outside—ohhh so yummy!