Beer Friends (Kudan Kaikan)


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Located on the roof of Kudan Kaikan, a building that houses a number of facilities including event halls, a restaurant and overnight accommodation, Beer Friends is a unique beer garden that offers different services depending on the day. On Mondays check out the two-hour all-you-can-drink service priced at ¥2,200 for men and ¥1,700 for women. Tuesdays brings either two-hours of all-you-can-eat BBQ or two-hours of all-you-can-eat zuwaigani (snow crab) for four people or more, priced at ¥4,500 per head (limited to 100 customers). Wednesdays they offer a special discounted all-you-can-drink price for women of only ¥1,300 and on Fridays sees live entertainment to go along with your beer. In addition to food such as yakiniku and both a range of Japanese and western snacks, they also offer a range of beers that includes both regular draught Ichiban Shibori, draught Ichiban Shibori Stout and an option consisting of half of each, all of which are priced at ¥580 for a regular sized glass.


1-6-5 Kudan-Minami, Chiyoda, Tokyo

Transport Kudanshita station (Tokyo Metro Tozai, Hanzomon Lines, Toei Shinjuku Line)

Open Mon-Fri 5.30-10pm (LO 21.15pm); Sat, Sun and nat. holidays 5-9pm (LO 8.15pm)

Admission draught Ichiban Shibori Stout ¥580


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

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