Service: shy but very kind and attentive if somewhat busy.
Equipment & facilities: overall very clean. Small but xcellent washroom.
Strong points: Craft Beers of course, including regular, limited and guest beers! Also great local wild game cuisine when available! Venison (wiid deer) jerky!
Fujinomiya City is already famed all over Japan for its four sake breweries and now it counts not but two craft beer breweries located on both side of Sengen Shrine! As for Fujiyama Hunter’s Beer Tap Room located behind Sengen Shrine it is the official tap room of Farment Co. Ltd as the brewery and tap room are separate!
Farment Co. Produces three regular craft beers under the name of Fujiyama Hunter Beer!
All COD/Cash on Delivery system!
As for the clientele of this particular tap room it is more local than others, probably due to its almost hidden away location, but very authentic in atmosphere. Interestingly enough it seems to be very popular with local ladies (of all ages! lol)!
Very proud of their craft beers! (I will come to that later!)
As it was my first visit I naturally ordered the reasonably price tasting set!
Their pride and joy! Local game/venison and wild boar cuisine! Unfortunately I came pretty late on Sunday afternoon and everything had already been eaten!
I had to settle for simpler fare!
The rest of the menu!I noticed, because maybe it was Sunday, that everyone asked for something to eat!
The regular craft beers are available in bottles under the names of Oppa, Yunomura and Morinotane.
As for other regular and limited crafts beers, they are 8fr the moment!) Peace Tea, Iri Got, Zan, …
Cha Mugi and Yabusame! Very thankful for detailed explanations!
Meaning I will have to go there again soon!
FUJIYAMA HUNTER’S BEER TAP ROOM
418-0067 Shizuoka Prefecture, Fujinomiya City, Miya Cho, 12-2, Ichhi Fuku Corpo 1F, behind Sengen Shrine
Opening hours: 13:00~22:00
Closed on Sundays and Mondays
Mother Company: FARMENT Co. Ltd
Address: Shizuoka Prefecture, Fujinomiya City, Ooshikakubo, 1428-1
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