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Fascinating 4 Akasaka izakaya's of A-un group with reasonable prices, valued quality, and vitality

Fresh Fish of Quality and More with Reasonable Prices, Served with Vitality

One recommendable ‘izakaya’ type of operator in Akasaka area is ‘A-un group,’ which is actually operating four ‘izakaya’s under the name of ‘A-un-tei,’ ‘A-un,’ ‘Gonkichi,’ and ‘Kyushu Sakaba,’ respectively in the order of less casualness, providing, though, more or less, the same menu almost for the same prices.

‘A-un group’ is particular about food ingredients in terms of their origin, taste, and prices so that they may keep providing tasty food of quality with reasonable prices.

If and when you try an ‘A-un’ group izakaya, please contact directly with each shop manager as specified below for your better communication, referring my name, Tetsuro, as ‘senpai’ or person who introduced the place to you though Deep Japan although, language wise, you might experience some communication gap as might be usual wherever you go across Japan.

A-un-tei: Branch manager is Mr. Seijiro Matsumoto with address of 5F, 3-19-9, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, telephone #03-6459-1459.
http://r.gnavi.co.jp/f859t50z0000/

A-un: Branch manager is Mr. Kohtaro Matsumoto, owner of the whole group, with address of 1F, 4-2-3, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, telephone #03-3584-5006.
http://r.gnavi.co.jp/p638600/

Gonkichi: Branch manager is Ms. Rie Watanabe with address of 2F, 3-19-9, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo, telephone #03-6459-1334.
http://r.gnavi.co.jp/ga2e800/

Kyushu Sakaba: Branch manager is Mr. Otsuka with address of 1F, 3-13-6, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
http://r.gnavi.co.jp/19f9vjnz0000/

I will be more than happy if you go to any one of the places above and provide Deep Japan with your personal candid feedback, which will be reflected to A-un group future operations and management somehow to further improve the quality of food and services in favor of future visitors from overseas.

Freshi and Big Fish with a Big Smile! (left); Part of Sake/Shochu Bottles & Barrels (right)

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