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The service was great! The owner is very friendly and speaks English well. It was small and petite but very charming. They made good cocktails as well. It's low key and relaxing , so if that's what you're looking for, stop by.
My husband was told about this bar from a friend who had visited previously whilst on holidays. Even when knowing it was there, it was difficult to find. But if you look closely, you will find the entrance up some grey stairs. It is worth...More
It may be hard to find this place on the 2nd floor but it is worth it. Very small, only fits about 16 people but this adds to the atmosphere. The owner / bar manager speaks english and will make whatever cocktail you want or...More
A small cozy bar. Very nice owner who speaks great English and makes you feel at home. No menu so you just tell him what you like/want. Bar is on the second floor of the building. Great cocktails, high quality alcohol, very professional.
We had seen reviews and of course stumbled across many articles about this bar while planning our trip. Actually quite easy to find, it's down the alley with the dog sign at the top.. Look at the second story signs for bar black sheep. We...More
This little bar very near the Shibuya train station is perfect. The night I went with my girlfriend, the owner greeted us in perfect English (but not until we made it clear we didn't speak Japanese) and sat us at the table next to his...More
fantatic friendly bar owner with his beautiful dog Hana. Bar owner speaks fluent English & his service is amazing. We went to this bar twice on our trip to Tokyo & would recommend it to everyone. We will definitely be returning on our next trip.
This is an awesome little hidden away typical japanese bar. The owner there speak perfect english and loves to have a great chat. They make a mean mojito and have nuts & chips as snacks. The main attraction the Shiba sits beside you while you...More