It’s a really small place but they manage to get a good selection going that changes pretty regularly. It’s easy to slip in when passing and while slightly more expensive than other places, convenience and the always chilled selection wins out.
Conveniently located inside Shibuya station. Selection is really good for a department store. Japanese micros from the likes of hitachino, Minoh, Baird and others. Other bottles from stone, mikkeller, alesmith, ballast point, tiny rebel and others. The bottles change out quite frequently too. Quite a few cans as well (perfect for a beer to go). Prices are average.
Very conveniently located. They do focus more on wine but have a couple fridges filled with a nice selection of craft beers, both local (Baird, Minoh, Nest, Sankt Gallen...) and international including some 750cl bottles and few rarities. They also do have some seasonals and specials around Xmas or valentine day. Prices are fair, not a huge selection but worth a stop specially when shopping in the popular nearby food court.
As I was switching trains and walking by I decided to look in. A fairly chaotic place around New Year’s with the beer fridges halfhazardly stocked with all manner of stuff. Some gems though were Alesmith beers at 3400 yen which aren’t widely available in Japan. A mix of German, Belgian and American stuff. Similar to Craft Beer Base Seed in Osaka but while they are better organized this place had a few rarities. Comparable prices. As mentioned pop in if you’re passing through Shibuya station and need a few beers.
I quite like this place. Selection is decent enough and the prices on Japanese micros are pretty decent for Tokyo. Sounds like the selection changes, so will be checking it out regularly. Probably the best department store in the area for Japanese micros and very handy for the station.
jonno (127) , Japan | June 2, 2009| Updated May 23, 2012
A few beers of interest such as the Taiko ale and Iwate Kura stout, but otherwise you can find better and more interesting places not far from here. Selection does not rotate that often.
I generally stop in here each time I make my way through Shibuya just to grab a beer for the train ride home. NOthing too interesting but they will have beers you don’t see anyplace else- though that’s not always a good thing. Worth a stop if you’ve got five minutes.
Close to the station--hell, it’s in the station! convenient in that sense. OK selection of Japanese micros, though not really anything so interesting. Good place to stop in just to see if there is anything you want to try.
About 30 micros and maybe 20 macros. Located on level B1 immediately below the Ginza line subway station - get off the platform and immediately take the escalator down about 30 meters from the Ginza platform. I was impressed with the selection.