16s Stairing Steps Case



Located on the second floor, this confoundingly named beer bar overlooks Waseda-dori and specialises in Belgian product. Around six beers are on tap at any given time – on our visit, the selection included everything from rarities like McChouffe, a strong dark ale, to more standard choices like Chimay Rouge. The impressive bottle selection on one of the walls is also fun to check out. Guest beers from local heavyweights like Baird are available, while those playing it safe can go for Kirin’s Heartland. Note that the bar has a 'No Students' sign out front – we're not sure how serious they are about enforcing the policy, but you might want to refrain from getting drunk out of your mind and singing the Waseda school song here.


2F, 2-9-1 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Transport Takadanobaba Station

Telephone 03 6233 8160

Open Mon-Tue & Thu-Fri 5pm-midnight, Sat-Sun & holidays 3pm-midnight / closed Wed


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

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