I went to 酒の穴 Sake no Ana (booze hole) in Shinsekai. It’s located in a narrow street to the right of JUMBO pachinko. (You’ll see tourists lining up to go to the smaller Daruma). I thought the kushi katsu at Sake no Ana was much better than more famous places like Tengu and Daruma. UnlikeContinue reading “酒の穴 Sake no Ana (booze hole) in Shinsekai”
A Drinkers Guide to Useful Drinking Terms in Japan* *Work in progress. by Matthew M. Kaufman Tachinomiya (立ち飲み屋 ）a standing bar. Kakuuchi （角打ち）A combined liquor store and bar that sells canned and simple bar food. You usually can take cans and bottles of out of the refrigerator and drink them at the bar. Whiskey andContinue reading “A Random Glossary of Useful Drinking Terms in Japan”
by Matt Kaufman 大阪府 大阪市都島区 東野田町 2-8-28 Osaka-shi Miyakojima-Ku Higashi Noda Machi 2-8-28. Open 17:00-24:00. Closed Wednesday and Sunday. Price range ¥1,000-¥1,999Draft beer price: ¥350. Bottled Beer price: N/A.Gyu Misuji Steak. ¥400 Rasberry Chuhai ¥300.
by Matt Kaufman Had the best yakiniku meal at SUSUMU in Temmabashi. The first place I’ve been to that serves LAMBCHOP (¥500) in Japan. Everything was delicious. I also enjoyed YEBISU CREAMY TOP on tap. Good beer. While I was there two young ladies from Singapore came in and asked if I could read Japanese.Continue reading “Susumu すすむ Standing Yakiniku @ Temmabashi”
The Name of This Place is Asia Coffee (From Exile Osaka #3) By Matthew M. Kaufman I was in Kanadian one day talking about interesting places to hang out, and Miki-San, the owner, said, “You have got to go to Asia Coffee (Ajia Co-hee). That’s where all the freaks hang out.” I think that theContinue reading “The Name of This Place is Asia Coffee (Updated with new photos)”