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Sasagin is a prime destination for those looking to try a lot of different sake without breaking the bank. The owner, Narita-san, is extremely knowledagable and speaks some English. You can order a full glass or a small tasting of your bottle of choice, but it might be better to leave it all in his hands. The sake list changes all the time, and some stuff goes away so fast that it doesn't even make it in. The food is classical izakaya fare and well executed.
, Sake & Shochu Bars
||1-32-15 Uehara, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
||Mon-Fri: 5pm-11.45pm (L.O. 11pm); Sat: 5pm-11.15pm (L.O. 10.30pm), Closed Sun & Holidays