I visited Ryogoku Station. The Tokyo Shouten there offers a variety of Tokyo locally made Japanese sakes. Combining the essences of many diverse foreign cultures over the past hundred years, the traditional Edo culture and Tokyo local Japanese sake complement each other and become more attractive.
I tried many different Japanese sakes on that day, some of which tasted richer and more stimulating on the palate, while some of them still felt refreshing as they slipped down the throat. Offering a single taste tester cup before selling is really considerate. If you also want to get professional advice, you can consult the shop assistant for details while trying and choosing your favorite sake styles at your leisure. In making some time for the Tokyo Shouten, you will definitely learn a lot about the Tokyo locally made Japanese sakes.
〒130-0015 1-3-20 Yokoami, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Direct connection to Ryogoku Station West Exit
Tue-Sat 11: 00-22: 00 Sun / Public holidays 11: 00-21: 00