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MONDAY - FRIDAY: 5 P.M. – 11:45 P.M. | SATURDAY: 5 P.M. - 11:15 P.M. | CLOSED SUNDAY
+81 3 5454 3715 | WEBSITE

Sasagin is an old-school izakaya joint popular with cigarette-smoking businessmen (a warning for any who are sensitive to smoke) nestled into bamboo-adorned space in a brick building that faces the train station. The restaurant serves up traditional sake-friendly food, like simmered cod milt with ponzu and fresh bamboo grilled and topped with a sweet miso dressing. While the food menu is in Japanese, the impressive sake list is in English. And if you need help navigating either, owner Narita-san speaks enough English to help tailor an experience to your preferences. (Sasagin, 笹吟: 渋谷区上原1-32-15第2小林ビル)

Known For
  • lots of sake
  • full menu
What to drink
Order omakase and the staff will pair sake with your food.
Yoyogi Uehara
The owner, Narita-san, speaks English. Tell him what style of sake you like and he can help you find the right bottle.