Miyata may be a tiny bare-bones joint on a residential street not far from the Skytree, but it has managed to assemble quite a following since kicking things off in spring 2014. The modus operandi here is very clear: focus on the beer and let the rest sort itself out. Two or three brews on tap is common, with the impeccably crafted Golden and Pale ales especially worth checking out. Remember to fill up before making the hike – the busy and dedicated brewer has no time or space to cook.



3-12-19 Yokokawa, Sumida-ku

Transport Oshiage Station (Hanzomon, Asakusa lines); Kinshicho Station (Hanzomon, Sobu lines); Tokyo Skytree Station (Tobu Skytree line)

Open Fri 5pm-11pm; Sat, Sun & hols 3pm-11pm / closed Mon-Thu


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

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