YOKOHAMA MINATO MIRAI21

hanasaku

Sake is a sake that has been closely associated with Japanese culture such as the Shinto festival since ancient times. Sake is gaining a high reputation overseas every year. However, in Japan, where there is a lot of importance, I still have the image that "sake is a drink for elderly people" and "it looks somewhat difficult". I want women and young people to drink more of such sake. Hana saku starts with a sense of sake and an obanzai restaurant where you can easily drop by. The more than 20 types of sake selected by the owner who is a sake drinker are classified by individuality, so even beginners can feel safe. Of course, you can even select and serve recommended sake here. For the meal, there are a variety of menus with the theme of "Obanzai," which is a side dish of Kyoto. Please look forward to a perfect meal to accompany your sake.
  • Shop/Spot name
    hanasaku -->
  • Address
    2-60 Hanasaki-cho, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
  • Tel
    045-325-9215
  • Business hours
    16:30-24:00 (23:00 LO) Regular holidays: Open daily (excluding New Year holidays)
  • Credit card
    Impossible
  • Parking
    Nothing
  • Smoking
    Impossible
  • Reserve
    Yes
  • Charge
    Adult 300 yen
  • Average usage
    2500-3000 yen
  • Private room
    Nothing
  • Total number of seats
    Counter 7 seats, table 10 seats
  • Pet
    Impossible
  • Takeout
    Nothing
  • Children's Menu
    Nothing
  • Drink
    With alcohol With non-alcohol
  • Course meal
    Nothing
  • Charter all/Full booking
    Yes

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