Tokyo-Yokohama Craft Beer Bars
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Brussels Beer Project - Beer bar: Nishi-Shinjuku
Not to be confused with your typical Belgian beer bar, BBP is actually a craft-beer taproom - one of the best in Tokyo in our opinion. They serve a lineup of more than a dozen beers on tap from a small craft brewery in Belgium, including...
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World Beer Museum - Beer bar: Yokohama Minato-mirai
This massive 200-seat bar-restaurant serves more than 250 beers from 50 countries around the world - including 19 world beers on tap - along with an international food menu. Beer prices can be a bit higher than average, but they do serve a number...
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NEW: Antwerp Port - Belgian: Tameike
This branch of the popular Belgian Brasserie Court chain offers a line-up of ten beers on tap and a big bottle selection, while the food menu features Belgian frites and a quirky selection of canned delicacies from around the world. Beers are...
 
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Gau's - Beer bar: Shibuya
Notable for their late-night hours (the last order is at 5am), Gau's offers a handful of US craft beers on tap from breweries like Lost Coast, Rogue and Left Hand, with three-part tasting flights a popular option. They only have six taps, and they...
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Luke's - Seafood: Hiroo
The popular New York-based lobster shop is known for their Maine lobster, crabmeat and shrimp sandwiches. As a bonus, this branch serves around ten US craft beers in cans and bottles. Beers like Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA and New Belgium Fat Tire...
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Hitachino Brewing Lab - Beer bar: Yaesu
This second Tokyo branch of Kiuchi Brewery's sort-of-brewpub offers ten taps of Hitachino Nest beer, including a few unusual seasonal brews that are hard to find elsewhere. Regular draft beers are all priced at Y680, and they also have some...
 
Upcoming events
Tokyo Shinagawa
October 25-29 (Wed 3-10pm; Thu-Sun noon-10pm)
Oedo Beer Matsuri 2017 Autumn
Tokyo's newest major beer festival is holding their third installment of this year, in yet another new location. As usual there will be more than two dozen Japanese craft breweries represented, along with many imports from the US, UK and Europe. There will also be a good selection of booths selling food.
Shinagawa Intercity
Free admission, pay as you go.
Tokyo Nogizaka
November 2-5 (Thursday 4-10pm, Friday, Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 11am-8pm - last order 30 minutes before closing)
Deutschland Fest 2017
Co-sponsored by the German Embassy, this is probably the best of the German-themed festivals on the yearly calendar, with a more German feel to it than the typical Oktoberfest event. There's plenty of tasty German food, beer and wine to sample, a live music stage, and booths selling a range of German products.
Aoyama Park
Free admission, pay as you go.
Tokyo Kaigan
November 18-19 (1-7pm)
American Craft Beer Experience
Run by the Brewers Association in the US, this small festival is a good chance to sample some American craft beers that aren't yet available in Japan, as well as exploring the best of what's on the market already. There will be booths serving barbecue and other American-style food.
Takeshiba New Pier Hall. Use the front entrance (not on the waterfront) to access the venue.
Free admission, pay as you go.

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