Time Out says
This dimly lit interior of Yummy Sake Collective gives it an underground nightclub feel. Just a few minutes walk from Daikanyama Station, the standing bar fits about eight people, illuminated by the glow from the sake refrigerators behind. There’s also a chic attic upstairs, complete with white- painted timber walls, a long shared table and dangling exposed lightbulbs.
The bar sells around 80 sake varieties, served in glass carafes of 90 to 100ml. The fun part is you get to choose your sake cup from a basket filled with a mish- mash of options from ceramics to elaborate kiriko cut glass. What Yummy Sake Collective excels at is pushing boundaries with their ‘AI’ approach to sake drinking. They’ve created 12 sake profiles, determined by blind-tasting 10 small nips of diverse sake and registering your response in an app. Based on your answers, you’ll be told which type of sake best suits you.
14-11 Daikanyama, Shibuya-ku
|Opening hours:||5pm-12midnight, Sat, Sun & hols 2pm-12midnight|