The Japanese style pub（Japanese: izakaya）refers to the traditional Japanese pub which offers wine and meals. Its origin dates back to the Edo period. It is said that at first the proprietor of pub provided some simple home-cooked dishes to let customers enjoy the wine immediately in the restaurant after buying drinks. As time goes on, the Japanese style pub has gradually become a vital component of Japanese culture. The scenes of pub turn up regularly in Japanese movies and TV drama.
The wine is our unique feature, and you can enjoy over 30 kinds of famous wine of various regions of Japan.
Sake, is transliterated from Japanese. It is one kind of Japanese rice wine. Sake can stimulate the circulation of blood, maintain the skin and has the healing powers of an injury or inflammation.
Shochu: The Japanese Shochu is the less strong drink with an alcohol content of about 25%. While enjoying, you can add some boiling water, dried plum, lemons, oolong tea or soda water. The Japanese Shochu distilled primarily from grains is suitable for relaxed occasion.
Raki: It is the favourite of female customers. Here, the raki is also purely Japanese style and it can work up an appetite, promote health, improve looks and keep youthfulness.