Asagaya Bakushu Dojo | Tokyo,
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Asagaya Bakushu Dojo
Currently with 1 rating
Type: Brewpub (see listing)

1-31-5 Asagayakita, Suginami
Tokyo, Japan 166-0001 [ print map ]
03 3336 0606 | food menu

Hours: Mon-Wed, Fri 18.00-23.00, Sat, Sun, Holidays 15-22:30, closed Thursday

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Asagaya Bakushu Dojo

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1 review for Asagaya Bakushu Dojo
 Ambiance  80%
 Service  90%
 Selection  60%
 Food  80%
 Value  90%
 Overall  75%
 Rating  71%

  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 9/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 9/10   OVERALL 15/20
shoulderbroken  (208) Tokyo, Japan | February 8, 2013| Updated June 15, 2014
Related to Koenji Bakushu Kobo, I think this is run by the brother of the Koenji brewer. Similar kind of look to the place, lots of wood, nice and comfortable. The beers here are in a similar vein to Koenji too, but here on my last visit they had an 10% imperial stout, the like of which I have never seen at Koenji. Split over two floors and a rooftop terrace area. The ground floor is the bar area and 2nd floor a restaurant with a 1490 all you can eat buffet (goes down to 990 if you have more than 3 beers) and some more seating. In addition to their own beers they have a few macros but of course they are not that interesting. They have a slightly strange system of giving you a ticket on a neckband which they stamp as you get drinks. This is then used to work out how much you owe when you settle up at the end. I quite like it for some reason. Pretty easy to find from Asagaya JR station. Just carry on North up the main road and it is on your right not too far after a footbridge. Prices for beers are pretty good. Decent size mugs range from 390 to 590. The stronger imperial stout is 490 but comes in a smaller teacup sized glass. Still good value though. Buffet is good too. Beers are named by style and also given a month and number to identify the batch. Some are still a work in progress I feel, but still well worth the reasonably short trip out from Shinjuku.

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