Try not to kill yourself on the steps at this place. It's a cool concept but just not practical, especially if you're drinking alcohol. I went on a Friday night and it was packed and extremely hot inside. I wish Japanese would realize that when you cater your business to foreigners you should turn down the damn heat. Looking at the sweat on everyones faces isn't fun.
The location is also pretty terrible. It's in the middle of a bunch of love hotels. So you get to make awkward eye contact with a bunch of people who just finished....
Beer tastes great. Small selection of taps and no bottles. Beer is overpriced by a few hundred yen.
vitab3 (1) Bundamba, Australia | February 27, 2018
Brilliant little nook to enjoy craft beer in wild little Shibuya backstreet. Past love hotels and 24hr entertainment, it's a nice little Tokyo repreive with rotating tap list. I love the Mikkeller artwork on labels, which is missing here - a blackboard wall list current taps. Best place we found. Visited three times for our two week stay in Japan~!
Great to see them up and running again in a permanent location. Pretty chilled out place, good folk running it, bar staff super friendly and obviously expecting a few foreigners.. the usual excellent Mikkeller selection (some local, a lotta their own stuff) - wouldn't say it's overly expensive for the standard beers after hitting a lot of Tokyo bars, some of the bigger beers seem pricey but they were quality when I was there. Hamilton is a solid dude that is up for a chat too.
Visited the 26th November 2017 - small fashion place near to Shibuya station. Very fashion and destructured/destroy architecture. Bar on main floor with places upstair. Nice beer selection with some Mikkeller and some local breweries. Price are little bit high for small glass. Ok.
The interior and exterior decor is classic Mikkeller. The bartenders were alright.........nothing special but their English was good. The selection was excellent with a good mix of Mikkeller, Japanese breweries and some other Scandanavian rarities. It is definitely expensive but that's what you get with Mikkeller. If I lived in Tokyo I'd probably come here every couple months or so.
Cozy bar, the usual Mikkeler style you have probably familiarized yourself with. Friendly staff, 20 taps of mostly Mikkeller and some local breweries. Quite expensive, but that's what you can expect from Mikkeller bars anywhere. Still, well worth the visit when in Tokyo.