Hokkaido Foodist in Chuo-ku, Tokyo

The second in our series of antenna shops is Hokkaido Foodist, based near the Yaesu exit of Tokyo station. The store opened in 2004 and while NewDays stores may, from time to time, sell regional based products from Hokkaido, such as the awesome Sapporo Classic (one of my favourite beers from the macro companies), Hokkaido Foodist only sells products from …

Mie Terrace in Chuo-ku, Tokyo

Mie Terrace Front

The first of (hopefully) many new (short) articles to come is Mie Terrace, an antenna shop based in Tokyo, that is geared towards promoting and selling products from Mie prefecture. The store opened in October 2013. While NewDays stores may, from time to time, sell regional based products, Mie Terrace only sells products from Mie prefecture. Why is that imporant? …

Le Petit L’Ouest in Shimokitazawa, Tokyo

Le Petit L'Ouest

Le Petit L’Ouest is a shop that we’ve visited before but kind of forgot to do a review of it or post any information, so here we (finally) go. It’s a small little craft beer shop, located about 10 minutes from Shimokitazawa station, with a unifying theme of craft beer and Star Wars. The owners are huge Star Wars fans, …

Nomono in Ueno, Tokyo

Nomono_Ueno

If you’ve read our review of Nomono in Akihabara here, then you’ll already know what this Ueno branch is about. For those that haven’t: “Nomono is a purveyor of Japanese craft beer from the eastern climes of Japan; in particular, the Tohoku and Chubu regions of Japan. It was discovered purely by accident after a recent trip to Le Collier …

Craft Beer Izuya in Shinagawa-Ku, Tokyo

Craft Beer Izuya Front

Urgh, sometimes I hate trying to find new places, and never more so than when it’s heavily raining in rainy season and the store has no discernable front it. I had some time to kill before meeting a friend at Transit, about a five-minute walk in the direction of the station and this place came up first on Google when …

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Deguchiya in Nakameguro, Tokyo

Deguchiya Front

It’s not often I leave the bottle shops of Le Collier and Liquors Hasegawa behind for different climes, but I had heard good things about Deguchiya in Naka-Meguro. It’s located a ten-minute walk from Naka-Meguro station, perhaps in the wrong direction as it goes away from the Baird Naka-Meguro Taproom and Hatos Bar too, so you’re going a long way to …

Liquors Hasegawa in Yaesu, Tokyo.

Liquors Hasegawa Logo

Liquors Hasegawa is a shop that I’ve heard of in the past though been hesitant to visit as the Yaesu exit at Tokyo station scares me. I’m scared I’m going to get lost and never be found again, left to wander around the underground mall without seeing daylight. My skin turning pale from the lack of vitamins, I curl up …

Nomono in Akihabara, Tokyo

Nomono Akihabara

Nomono is a purveyor of Japanese craft beer from the eastern climes of Japan; in particular, the Tohoku and Chubu regions of Japan. It was discovered purely by accident after a recent trip to Le Collier in Tokyo station. Trying to find beers from outside of Kanto can be difficult at times; however, the kind staff at Le Collier told …

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World Beer Market in Kita-Senju

World Beer Market

World Beer Market goes under the guise of various names online, such as Biama that is supposed to be a contraction of Beer Market and also Sake Taniguchi too. Rest assured, they are all the same shop and specialise in selling craft beer from around the world and that includes Japan. World Beer Market first started out as a shop in …

Craft Liquors

craft liquors

Craft Liquors is an online shop that sells Japanese craft beer more from the Kansai and Kyushu regions of Japan. They do sell some beers from other parts of Japan, but as Craft Liquors is based in Tokyo, most of their stock comes from near Tokyo. However, some of the smaller craft beer breweries such as Hideji Beer and Hiryoyuki …