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The restaurant is managed by an owner from Aizuwakamatsu City. The restaurant mainly offers Aizu cuisine, which include Kozuyu (this dish is the Japanese local food in Aizu and eaten on auspicious occasions), bodara-no-nitsuke (dried codfish cooked in soy sauce), kujira-jiru (a dish of simmered salted whale fat). In addition, it offers specialized cuisine such as mekahiri or bigeyed greeneye from the Coastal Region. The owner is deeply devoted to Aizu Chujo, a Japanese sake, and its abundant choices range from junmaishu Japanese liquor (sake made without added alcohol or sugar) to ginjoshu (high-quality sake brewed with low temperature fermentation from white rice milled to 60%). The restaurant is named after Mishirazu-gaki (persimmon soaked in shochu), which is a specialty of Aizu.
Sakedokoro Mishirazu is an unpretentious, folksy restaurant with a taste of the Showa era that is seeing a reemergence thanks to the show “sakaba horoki” (a program for introducing Japanese bars in Japan). The ambience is relaxing, echoing the personality of the owner. It has been 16 years since people who work near Shimbashi first began to adore this place. Since the owner is from a university rowing boat club, boatmen are frequent customers.
|Restaurant/shop name||Sakedokoro Mishirazu|
|Address||1F Ueki Building 4-11-8 Shimbashi, Minato-ku|
|Nearest station||JR Shimbashi Station/Shimbashi Station on the Tokyo Metro’s Ginza Line|
|Opening hours||Monday through Friday 5:00 p.m. through 11:00 p.m.|
|Closed||Saturday, Sunday and national holiday|
*This restaurant information is valid as of March 2020.
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