Izakaya: Kin No O-Kan in Shzizuoka City (pre-interview)!

Service: Friendly and easy-going
Equipment & Facilities: Overall very clean. Small but superb washroom
Prices: Reasonable
Strong points: Sake from Shizuoka and all over Japan. Cuisine making great use of local products

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Junya Kinbara金原純也さん has finally opened his first izakaya beginning of with the smiling help of Yuuko Nakamura/中村優子さん and is already attracting some deserved attention from Japanese sake lovers and the local media!

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Junya being interviewed by Dai Ichi TV!

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The cedar ball in front of the establishment leave no doubt as to what it is specializing in!

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Japanese Sake Place!
Kin No O-Kan!
“Kin” stands for the first kanji of Junya’s family name, “no” means “of” and “O-Kan” stands for hot sake!

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The place consists of single counter along the kitchen with comfortable stools in front of your tray and a shelf of sake cups to choose from!

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A great idea to offer a choice of sake cups in a small shelf box!

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It is just all superb sake from Shizuoka Prefecture and all over Japan including a whole range from Takahsima Brewery in Numazu City!

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Aoshima Brewery, Hatsukame brewery another favorite of mine, Morimoto Brewery!

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More classics chilled inside the fridge!

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The announcement of a special sake beside the sake brew master’s apron of the famous Kubota in Fukui Prefecture!

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One of the two menus including some Chinese classics!

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The second menu including oden and dry-aged beef!

Look forward to the next full report!

KIN NO O-KAN

420-0035 Shizuoka Shi, Aoi Ku, Shichiken Cho, 10-11, Vienna Building, 1F
Tel.: 054-653-4300
Mobile phone: 090-5100-7067
Opening hours: 17:00~27:00
Holiday not decided yet, but should eventually be Thursday
Reservations highly recommended!
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