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Kinsai in Nakameguro is a great Izakaya

a little more upscale

If you are looking for tasty small plates of great japanese food that goes well with sake, beer and wine- but you don't want a low end chain or a disney-fake experience- check out KINSAI in nakameguro.
The food is always great, and there is a good seasonal variety

I especially recommended grilled items, the fish and duck dishes area always amazing.

They don't speak a lot of english BUT they are willing to try!
YUM!

Kinsai
03-5725-9025
Naka-Meguro / Izakaya
Aobadai 1-27-12. Open 5pm-1am daily.

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