Bars, Restaurants & Cafés


Stepping out of Nogata Station, look for the blue noren curtain with the word 'yakiton' (やきとん) on it and you'll find Akimotoya, a certifiably down-to-earth izakaya specialising in roast giblets (motsuyaki) and other pork skewers, available from ¥120. Miso-dipped skewers are their most popular dish, followed by the eminently beer-compatible motsu-nikomi stew (¥380).


5-28-3 Nogata, Nakano-ku, Tokyo

Transport Nogata Station (Seibu Shinjuku line)

Telephone 03 3338 6236

Open Tue-Fri 5pm-12midnight, Sat & hols 4pm-12midnight, Sun 4pm-11pm / closed Mon (Tue if Mon is a holiday)


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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