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11 Izakaya restaurants near Shinjuku in Tokyo (1/2)

About Izakaya

Izakaya

Casual restaurant with wider selection of drinks. Izakaya literally means 'eat-in liquor shop,' and they serve sake, beer and liquor together with cooked dishes that go well with drinks. Typical menu include variety of Japanese food including sashimi, tempura, and grilled fish. Price, size and specialty varies widely, from a small bar underneath a train track to a luxury bar-like setting. More on Izakaya...

Shinjuku station

The busiest business district in the West of Central Tokyo, Shinjuku is filled with skyscrapers. Many of the top floors of these office buildings houses restaurants and they are popular places to enjoy food and the view overlooking skyline of Tokyo.

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Sedaiya 6-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Kurakura 8-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Chirinbou 9-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Tengumai 4-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Aguraya 9-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Wine Shokusai Tsukinokura 7-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
BAR Rengyo 6-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
Donzoko 9-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yen
WaZa 3-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen
inton 6-min Izakaya One mark is approx. 3,000 yenOne mark is approx. 3,000 yen