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Orihara Shoten

Orihara Shoten Overview


1F Orihara Monnaka Building 1-chōme-13-11 Tomioka, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0047


+81 (0) 3-5639-9447


1 minute walk from Monzen-Nakacho Station on the Tozai Line

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Mon: 12:00PM-10:00PM
Tue: 12:00PM-10:00PM
Wed: 12:00PM-10:00PM
Thur: 12:00PM-10:00PM
Fri: 12:00PM-10:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-10:00PM

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Orihara Shoten Description

Located in Tokyo, Orihara Shoten is a unique Japanese sake bar that offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience. This cozy establishment specializes in serving a wide variety of sake, making it a haven for sake enthusiasts. The restaurant's interior is tastefully decorated, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for guests to relax and enjoy their meal.

What sets Orihara Shoten apart from other dining establishments is its extensive selection of sake. With over 100 different types of sake available, guests can embark on a journey of flavors and discover the nuances of this traditional Japanese beverage. The knowledgeable staff is always on hand to assist guests in choosing the perfect sake to complement their meal.

In addition to their impressive sake collection, Orihara Shoten also offers a delectable menu of Japanese cuisine. From fresh sashimi to mouthwatering grilled dishes, each dish is expertly prepared using the finest ingredients. Standout menu items include the melt-in-your-mouth tuna sashimi and the succulent grilled wagyu beef.

Whether you're a sake connoisseur or simply looking to indulge in delicious Japanese cuisine, Orihara Shoten is the perfect destination. With its cozy ambiance, extensive sake selection, and mouthwatering menu, this sake bar is a must-visit for anyone seeking an authentic and memorable dining experience in Tokyo.

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available



Sake Selection

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This place is a fantastic concept. Love it alot. Fridges line the walls and contain a variety of alcoholic beverages, but mostly Sake. You go in and pick a bottle, take it to the counter and either buy the bottle to take away or but a glass to drink on site. Standing only, no seats and the place does get VERY busy but that's because it's popular. The sake choice is amazing and I did try quite a few. The food is more of a snacking situation rather than meals but still tasty, especially the salmon skins. The service is friendly and professional.I would highly recommend this place and it definitely ranks as one of my top 5 favourite watering holes in the world. I'm just sad I had to leave. Hopefully the next time I'm in Tokyo I'll visit again.


Visited there after a shrine visit in November 2023, tried several different and delicious bottles of sake (one had an amazing muscat fragrance, truly delightful). Place is quite small and was packed, but the vibe was still very laid back and pleasant. Highly recommended!


This is a great place (for foreigners like me) to taste a standing bar to try all different type of sake in a "Japanese" way. Btw, this place actually is a liquor store - but you can buy sake per glass/cup and order snacks at the same joint! Superb...


Translated from Japanese:

On New Year's Day, the New Year's visit is 90 minutes, and the prayer time is 10 seconds as usual.I went to ``Orihara Shoten'' along the approach to the shrine, where I stood and drank my favorite sake, ``Shogatsu Sake (Kinko)'', ``Masumi'', ``...''. ..


Translated from Japanese:

I've been bothering you since New Year's Day. There is a store on the approach to the shrine, so there were a lot of people there on New Year's Day. The interior has a small table inside where you can drink while standing! There are so many Japanese sakes lined up in the refrigerator, it's so charming! Old...


Translated from Japanese:

Orihara Shoten is a community space where you can feel the rich atmosphere of Japan and the good old days of Japan, with its roots in Monzen-nakacho and Ninjo Fukagawa Gogyetori Street, offering Japanese sake, traditional candy, toys, miscellaneous goods, and more. Kakuuchi...

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