1. A10
    Photo: A10
  2. A10
    Photo: A10
  • Bars and pubs | Cocktail bars
  • Ebisu



Time Out says

The entrance of this newly opened speakeasy is hidden in plain sight, so only those who know what they’re looking for are able to access it. To the untrained eye, the set of lockers across from Ebisu Park is just another streetside storage unit. But if you try to pull open one of the boxes to store something, the whole wall swings open to reveal a set of stairs leading to the basement. 

Inspired by the 1920s-style speakeasies of New York, this suave record bar is filled with vintage vinyls ranging from jazz to R&B. A10 has a different set of music selectors each night who pick and mix different sounds for the turntable as the bartenders whip up cocktails. The bar has an endless selection of classic cocktails, but there are also house specials by head bartender and mixologist Shuzo Nagumo. Try Nagumo’s Tropic Espresso Martini made with dry banana rum and clarified coconut milk (¥1,540) or the Pimento Batida with homemade Don Juliuo infused tea, peppered with a hint of chipotle (¥1,760). Do note that there is a cover charge of ¥1,100 per person.


1-12-11 Ebisu, Shibuya
Ebisu Station
Table charge of ¥1,100 per person
Opening hours:
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