Cover charge and drink prices are the same as for Japanese.


・There is a cover charge per person ,¥1430.

(included consumption tax  10%)

・The cover charge is not an entrance fee.


・Please pay the cover charge at the time of settlement. 


・Please order one drink per person, even if you are in a group.


 ・Charges include confectionery, small plate appetizers.


 If you are a vegetarian, please tell us when you order.

Small dishes will be changed to nuts, vegetables , and so on.

         (included in cover charge)


About Cover Charge. It is a system of a bar for drinking sake in Japan. Many bars charge a cover charge, a seat charge, or an overture fee. Some bars and izakayas do not list a charge. (Some shot bars do not have a charge.) Some bars and "izakayas" do not list the charge, because this was the norm in Japan.


I believe it should be properly marked, which is why I have a sign at the entrance stating it. The price is the same for both regulars and first-time customers.

According to one theory, this custom was established because the culture does not accept tips.


There are many reasons why I set the price of the charge. If anyone wants to know, I will tell you in my bar. However, in not so good English.



・The cover charge is not an entrance fee.

We especially want you to be aware if you are in your early twenties and don't know the rules and etiquette of how to spend time in a bar.


So it is not a charge to get in and stay for a long time with one drink, like in a dance club .

Currently, we do not allow Japanese people in their twenties who are new to the program to enter the restaurant, as there have been too many people who have not understood the concept over the past year.


Just think of the cover charge as a service charge.

So as part of the service, we accept song requests.

However, the Japanese do not accept song requests except from regulars, except when there are few customers. 


Limited Edition Whiskies


Yamazaki 18years and Hibiki 21years are currently sold out and will be handled as soon as they arrive. However, please note that prices are not the same as before due to a sharp price increase.

We have obtained two rare whiskeys from Wakatsuru Shuzo (Saburomaru Distillery). We will finish them as soon as we run out of stock. No bottles will be sold. We also have some of the two pure malts from the Nikka distillery, although the quantity is getting low.

MOON GLOW" and "GYOKUTO" are really peaty and great blended whiskies. I like them more than Suntory "Yamazaki 12years" and "Hibiki".

The same goes for Mars Whiskey's "Tsunuki" and "Komagatake" single malt whiskeys listed in the menu below, and "Sakurao Single Malt" by Sakurao Shuzo.


We made a graph comparing AROMA and PALATE of Japanese whiskey with us and other bartenders. Since the graph is our private one, we disclose it only to visitors to this bar. The numbers written next to the whiskeys are marked on the graph.