You might be surprised a bit when you pull a rustic sliding door of long-established izakaya Sasashin, a long-used counter and cheerful staff appear just in front of you. But once you sit on a small wooden chair, you will find yourself being relaxed as Sasashin has very friendly mood. Every foods and sakes offered are excellent and friendly on the wallet. If you want an authentic experience that Japanese are familiar with for a long time, Sasashin is recommended.
5:00pm - 10:30pm
Sun, Third Sat, Public Holidays
|Address||Tokyo 2-20-3 Ningyo-cho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku|