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“眼鏡のきむらの1軒目どうする はしご酒みなと旅” “Enjoy IZAKAYA Experience”



“ヨコハマ”で 1番歴史の長い ゲストハウス

“ヨコハマホステルヴィレッジ” 眼鏡のきむらです。



リンク先も見てみて下さい。 ツアーの予約もこちらからでも出来ますよ。


写真は、いつも僕に“肉”を食べる際に悩ませてくる2軒 “味珍”と“第一亭”

そして、素敵なマスター・大将がいる2軒 “GREAT WALL”と“浅見本店”

Izakayas (Japanese bars) serve drinks and food in a relaxed atmosphere, with home-style dishes and various snacks that go great with alcohol.

Similar to English pubs and Spanish tapas bars, Japanese izakayas are places for customers to enjoy a meal and drinks.

Izakayas have reasonable prices and casual atmospheres, and there are no dress codes. While there are many different styles of izakaya, generally most of them serve home-style Japanese cuisine with menu items containing vegetables, meat and fish.

Izakayas also serve all sorts of alcohol and bar snacks, and there are few single-serving items, so a group of people can sample many different items. In addition to Japanese food, some places also have pizza, gratin dishes and other Western fare, while yet others have Chinese food staples like spicy tofu and spring rolls.

Some of the drinks on offer at an izakaya include beer, chu-hai, whiskey highballs (whiskey diluted with soda water), Japanese sake and shochu; pubs, snack bars and beer halls tend to stock more Western liquor like wines and spirits. In recent times, the number of izakayas that also handle wine and spirits has increased, in response to consumer demand.

Each bar has its own personality, and the chatting voices and laughter of the customers and staff gives this street a fun, laid back atmosphere.


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