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Yotsu Bar
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Yotsu Bar
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Yotsu Bar
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Opened in Shibuya in June 2018, Yotsu Bar is a casual standing bar serving a range of fruit sour cocktails and some light dishes. There are 10 different sour flavors including lemon, kiwi, watermelon, melon, orange, grapefruit, dragon fruit, mango, blueberry and strawberry.

Prices start at a very reasonable ¥500. The drinks are not only Insta-worthy, they also taste great. The fruits are all carefully selected by the long established and highly respected store Futaba Fruit. For those feeling a bit peckish the stewed red meat with red wine and blueberries comes highly recommended. As does the oil-marinated oysters dish.

Across from Yotsu Bar on the second floor of the New Art Building there are three rooms that can be rented by groups, so you can enjoy the fruit cocktails in a more private setting or bring your own drinks and food from outside. The rooms cost between ¥1,500 for an hour to ¥3,500 and include a shared kitchen. On the fifth floor of the building there is a large tatami room and kitchen that can also be rented. From August 2018 it will be used as rented accommodation.

Address: New Art Bldg. 2F, 5-30-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku

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