Source: PR Times All You Can Drink Sake with No Time Limit for $27 at Tokyo Izakaya 2018-02-02 Fri 2018-02-02 Fri Himono-ya is a Tokyo izakaya chain with a charming drawing of an old man as their logo. It may seem unassuming enough but down those stairs is a haven for sake lovers. Source: (C) Grape Japan The rice wine known colloquially in English as ‘sake’ is actually called ‘nihonshu’, as sake is just a general word for alcohol in Japanese. This beverage is what Himono-ya is offering for a super affordable all you can drink course. The izakaya has twenty different premium varieties of nihonshu from all over the country including world renowned brand Dassai. Source: (C) Grape Japan Himono-ya is offering this great deal only during the month of February so if you’re in need of a staunch pick me up, you better get down there fast. Source: PR Times This special nomihoudai (all you can drink) course has two options. One is all you can drink for two hours for 2000 yen. The next tantalizing option is to do away with the time limit altogether for a mere 1000 yen extra. All you can drink, all night, for 3000 yen. (Not including tax.) Source: (C) Grape Japan With the drinking of alcohol, often comes hunger, but Himono-ya has you covered there too. The restaurant specialises in charcoal grilled fish. Source: PR Times There’s plenty of other izakaya favourites too. Source: (C) Grape Japan But of course, there are conditions. (That word which turns up concerning any amazing deal.) It’s only available Sunday to Thursday every week, not including days before a national holiday. This deal would be perfect for those who don’t work the usual Monday to Friday then, or students. Also you must order at least two plates of food per person at the table. Source: (C) Grape Japan This special nomihoudai course is only available in particular branches around Tokyo. Those included are: Shinbashi Meguro Nishi Ikebukuro Higashi Ikebukuro Shinjuku Shibuya Kawasaki By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:PR Times Tags: Affordable / Bar / Ikebukuro / Izakaya / Kawasaki / Nihonshu / Nomihoudai / Restaurant / Sake / Shibuya / Shinbashi / Tokyo grape Japan Food All You Can Drink Sake with No Time Limit for $27 at Tokyo Izakaya Related Article Sip Cocktails and Achieve Enlightenment at Tokyo’s Buddhist Monk Bar Fans Will Be On Cloud Nine at This Wonderful “Weathering with You” Cafe 4 Beaches Close to Tokyo for a Summer Day Trip to the Sea Three Greatest Delicacies Of The World Join Forces To Create Luxurious Savory Parfait Japanese Ramen Restaurant Chain IPPUDO Has A New Location In Paris! World Of Yellow: A Scene Too Beautiful For The Middle Of Tokyo?