Oct 24, 2011 19:19 No Comments


Not Just a Trendy Place

“So, you think Ozzy Osborne and sake are an odd combination? Well, try sipping your Nihonshu to Argentinian rock’n’roll, Italian progressive rock and Japanese folk music at this impossible-to-pigeonhole, cool night spot in Imaizumi. Owner Hirohata-san, a fan and collector of obscure and forgotten rock and folk music, is also an accomplished cook with a knack for matching tasty Japanese dishes with sake and other alcoholic beverages. The food menu runs the gamut from traditional Japanese to ethnic fusion, with salads, pastas, stir-fries and daily specials, all reasonably priced. If you’re not hooked yet, get into the mood of this joint with Hirohata’s personally selected list of micro-brewed sake labels from around the country. Despite its alternative music policy, it’s actually a very quiet and mellow place to relax, and a refreshing change from all the ultra-trendy cafe bars sprouting up.”

"2F, 2-3-26 Imaizumi, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka"


“Open: 18:00~02:00
Closed: No set schedule. Call first.
No charge. Spinach & Bacon Salad 480 yen, Oil Sardine (tomato, basil) Baguette 700 yen, Shochu 350 yen~, Draft Beer 500 yen, Micro-brewed Sake 650 yen~”

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