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Kyoto Sake Bar, Cafe and Hostel – JAM

Kyoto Sake Bar, Cafe and Hostel – JAM

Fellow Kyoto-ologist, Nemo, from +alpha Japan and I dropped in at one of my new favorite haunts in Kyoto – JAM Sake Bar, which is on the first floor of JAM Hostel. JAM is great because it offers a casual, international atmosphere with a pretty good line-up of sake, and, very reasonable pricing. As this …

Kyoto Sake Bar: Sake Cafe Hanna

Kyoto Sake Bar: Sake Cafe Hanna

This year I have been making the rounds of the sake bars in Kyoto and the last destination was Sake Cafe Hanna. The reason it was last is simply because it only opened in November 2011 and I didn’t hear about it until late spring of 2012. Finally, I visited Sake Cafe Hanna one of …

Kyoto Izakaya: Eikun Sake Brewery’s Moromine Restaurant

Kyoto Izakaya: Eikun Sake Brewery’s Moromine Restaurant

Kyoto’s Eikun sake brewery makes perhaps my favorite Kyoto sake. (Generally, I am not a fan of Kyoto sake.) I was given a tour of the Eikun brewery by the brew master a few years ago and after that always kept my eye out for Eikun sake at restaurants and sake bars. I know several …

Kyoto Sake Bar Madoka — CLOSED

Kyoto Sake Bar Madoka — CLOSED

Sadly, Madoka is now closed. I visited a sake bar in Kyoto that was new to me called Madoka (欒 まどか). Madoka is located just north of Nishiki Market on Sakaimachi-dori Street. Madoka is a sophisticated and elegant sake bar for grownups, in the heart of Kyoto and is situated in an old Kyoto ‘machiya’ …

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