Home 日本酒ニュース Manhattan Drinks Place Brings Bambi to the Bar


Azasu’s owners, Gaku and Christy Shibata, opened this izakaya, or Japanese drinking establishment, on the Lower East Side earlier this month as a lower-priced, more-casual alternative to their sake bar around the corner, Yopparai.

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The focus at Azasu is on cup sake, individual glass jars with pop-top lids that Japanese commuters can purchase at vending machines; Japanese-inspired cocktails; and hoppy ($8), a nearly nonalcoholic beer-like beverage that is powered up with a shot of shochu, the Japanese liquor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Potato salad with oshinko pickles. Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal

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A cup of Akishika Bambi sake at Azasu, a Japanese restaurant onthe Lower East Side. Agaton Strom for The Wall Street Journal

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