Since opening in 2012, Good Beer Faucets has become the place to go to for post-work brews. It boasts one of Tokyo’s best happy hours, with large beers priced from just ¥750, and its diverse menu of snacks and appetisers offers plenty of accompaniments to one of the largest tap lists in the city. Expect over 40 beers from Japan and overseas, including a selection of house brews like Smoke Pump Stout, Yuzu Dream and the tropical-tasting Gyaru Blond golden ale.
Go beyond the standard lagers and konbini alcoholic drinks – because Tokyo’s craft beer scene is booming. Dedicated drinkers once had to trek out east to Popeye in Ryogoku for something other than mass-produced beer, but now they’re spoilt for choice, with over 400 craft brew bars, breweries and shops in Tokyo. Whether you’re a fan of American IPA, Belgian wheat beer or local Japanese craft beer, you’ll definitely find a brew or two to suit you at these Tokyo craft beer bars.
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