10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake Along the Yamanote Line 

Publish-date: May 31 2019 Update-date: Aug 06 2019
Author: SAVOR JAPAN

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10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake Along the Yamanote Line 

Getting to the right Station might be disastrous for some tourists. Limited Express Trains that skips your destination, so many raill lines for Metro and JR—it is as if these trains exist just to confuse you. We have a good news for you. Yamanote Line, a railroad that stops at the most iconic places of Tokyo, only goes around circles, stopping each by each station. 

Today, we will guide you to 10 seafood restaurants along the Yamanote Line that has Japanese sake. Did you know the combination of Japanese sake and seafood is said to be one of the best matches? 

Shibuya Station

1. Tenku no Tsuki

1. Tenku no Tsuki
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
A restaurant in Tokyo that brings the mystique quality of traditional Kyoto— [Tenku no Tsuki]. One of the outstanding characteristics of this restaurant is its serenity, though placed in clamorous Shibuya Station. Seafood dishes make use of freshly caught seasonal fish stocked every day, and wide variety of sakes can be enjoyed. Do not miss the “sake fair” conducted from time to time! 

Tenku no Tsuki

Open5:00 pm - 12:30 am [L.O. at 11:30 pm]*Operating hours end at 2:00 am on Fridays [L.O. on 1:00 am], and 12:30 am on Saturdays and Day before National Holidays 
Lunch: 11:30 am- 2:00 pm [Monday - Friday]
Closed: None
Average price: 4,000 JPY 
Access: A 7-minute walk from the JR [Shibuya Station] or 2-minute walk from Shinsen station on the Inokashira Line
Address: Dogenzaka SQUARE 3F , 5-18 Maruyama-cho , Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Map)

2. Imakoko

2. Imakoko
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
Shinsen Station, where the restaurant [Imakoko] is situated, is only about 10 minutes' away by foot from Shibuya Station. There, a fine Japanese cuisine with an emphasis on fresh fish from Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa prefecture, seasonal vegetables, and stringently selected sake are served in a cozy atmosphere. Sakes of [Imakoko] are purchased from a liquor store that has connection with 50 sake breweries. Thus, visitors may choose from wide variety of sakes. They are carefully selected, so as not to ruin the taste of savory dishes. 

Imakoko

Open[Tuesdays - Sundays, Day before National Holidays] Dinner: 6:00 pm- 12:00 am (L.O.10:30 pm) *Reservations required for course meal [Tuesdays - Fridays] Lunch: 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm (L.O. 2:30 pm)
Closed: None
Average price:  8,000 JPY
Address: Bichon Dogenzaka, 25-8 Maruyama-cho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Map)
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Shinjuku Station

3. Izakaya Umaimon Shinjuku Kabuki-cho

3. Izakaya Umaimon Shinjuku Kabuki-cho
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 

Bringing smile to customers by offering appetizing delicacies at a reasonable (even cheap) price—this is the concept of [Izakaya Umamimon] located at Shinjuku, Tokyo. The fish used for sashimi assortments change depending on the season, thus providing the most-suited cooking method and freshest fish for each season. Not only that, but the restaurant confidently offers the choicest sakes. [Juyondai (14th Generation) kiki-sake set] will offer you the luxury of tasting 3 types of valuable sake from Yamagata prefecture. On top of that, it is only a 5-minute walk from east exit of Shinjuku Station. 

Izakaya Umaimon

Open: [Weekdays, Saturdays] 6:00 pm - 5:00 am (L.O. 4:00 am)
Closed: Sundays
Average price: 4,000 JPY
Access: A 5-minute walk from the east exit of the JR [Shinjuku Station]. A 6-minute walk from [Shinjuku-sanchome Station] on the Tokyo Metro and Toei subway lines.
Address: Kabukicho Bldg. 1F, 1-12-6 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo (Map)

Akihabara Station

4. Haruyo

4. Haruyo
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
Enjoy the blessing of the ocean at [Haruyo], that strives to propagate the tastefulness of fish. Fresh fish used for the dishes are stocked on that very day, and seasonal or rare fish are selected through the stringent eyes of the chef. From Junmai (sake made only with rice, koji (fungus), and water) to Junmai Daiginjo (highest grade of sake made with only the best part of rice) are available. With [kiki-sake set], sake-lovers may try various local sake selected by the owner, and can discover new preferences. Furthermore, English menus and English-speaking staffs are offered. [Haruyo] is extremely accessible, as it is only a 2-minute walk from Akihabara Station, so why not try?

Haruyo

Open: [Weekdays, Saturdays, Day before National Holidays] Dinner 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm (L.O. 10:00 pm)
Closed: Sundays, National Holidays 
Average price: 7,000 JPY
Access: 2-minute walk from the Electric Town Exit on JR [Akihabara Station]. On the 4th floor of the AKIBA 426 Bldg. on the opposite side of Akihabara UDX
Address: 4F, AKIBA426 Bldg., 4-2-6, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (Map)
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Ebisu Station

5. Akoya

5. Akoya
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
Ever enjoyed the delights of shellfish such as scallop, clam, abalone with your five senses? [Akoya] is a seafood restaurant that specializes in shellfish, further enhancing its concept with owner chef’s skillful ideas. Sashimi, steak, grill, and steam of shellfish are available with chef’s flexible cooking style. Approximately 30 local sakes that make the best match with shellfish are selected. The restaurant is located 2 minutes' away by foot from Ebisu Station, so it is easily accessible!

Akoya

Open: 6.00 pm – 0:00 am (L.O. 11:30 pm)
Closed: Irregular
Average price: 5,000 JPY
Access:  2-minute walk from Exit 1 of [Ebisu Station] on JR Yamanote Line
Address: 1F, TIMEZONE Komachi Bldg., 1-4-4, Ebisu-minami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Map)
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Tokyo Station

6. GUAN

6. Kishu Sankai Ryori GUAN Marunouchi Bldg. Marunouchi branch
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
Currently Wakayama Prefecture and Southern part of Mie Prefecture, Kishu (Country of Kii) used to be a province in Japan, full of superb ingredients from mountain and ocean. At [GUAN], renowned local ingredients are directly sent from Wakayama Prefecture and great sakes from all over Japan are available including locals from Kishu. Dishes are beautifully arranged in the Kii tradition style, and served on Kishu Lacquerware called [beauty of use]. As [GUAN] is only about a minute walk from the Marunouchi South Exit of JR Tokyo Station, it is very accessible. 

GUAN

Open: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm (L.O. 2:00 pm) [Weekdays, Saturdays, Day before National Holidays] Dinner 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm (L.O. 10:00 pm)
Closed: None
Average price:  6,000 JPY / Lunch 1,620 JPY
Access: 1-minute walk from the Marunouchi South Exit of JR [Tokyo Station] / Directly connected to [Tokyo Station] on Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
Address: 6F, Marunouchi Bldg., 2-4-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo (Map)
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7. Sandaime Uoshin

7. Sandaime Uoshin
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
Hideaway where you can enjoy fresh seafood and luscious sakes— [Sandaime Uoshin] will truly give you a delight. Every day, fresh fish are sent from Odawara port under professional fishmonger’s selection. Moreover, sommelier's choicest local sakes from 47 prefectures are stocked, so you won’t be disappointed by the options. Though the restaurant is located near Nihonbashi Station to be precise, about 15 minutes of walking from Tokyo Station will take you to [Sandaime Uoshin].  

Sandaime Uoshin

Open: [Weekdays / Saturdays / Public holidays] Normal hours: 11:30 am -11:30 pm (L.O. 11:00 pm) [Saturdays] Dinner 3:00 pm - 11:30 pm (L.O. 11:00 pm)
Closed: None
Average price: 3,500 JPY / Lunch: 800 JPY
Address: Sankin Bldg. B1F, 1-7-10 Nihombashi-Honcho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo (Map)
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Shimbashi Station

8. Uokin Main Branch

8. Uokin Main Branch
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
One of the most distinctive quality of [Uokin] is the volume and the freshness of seafood dishes offered in a reasonable price. Highly-recommended for the first-time visitors is the [sashimi special] with gorgeous appearances and tastefulness. On top of this, sakes including the rare ones from all across Japan gathers in this restaurant. Ebisu branch, although carrying on the spirit of the main branch at Shimbashi, employs a very fashionable design. From the counter seat, a night view of Ebisu can be enjoyed. Both branches are located only a minute away from each station, Shimbashi and Ebisu.  

Uokin Main Branch

Open: [Weekdays] Normal Hours: 5:00 pm-11:30 pm [Saturdays] Normal Hours 4:30 pm-11:30 pm [Sundays / National Holidays] Normal Hours 4:30 pm-11:00 pm
Closed: Mondays
Access: Get off at [Shimbashi Station], which can be reached by Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, JR's Keihin Tohoku, Tokaido Main, Yamanote or Yokosuka lines, Toei Asakusa Line or New Transit Yurikamome.
Address: Dai-2 Fuji Bldg. B1 to 3F, 3-18-3 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo (Map)
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Uokin Ebisu Branch

Uokin Ebisu Branch
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
Open[Weekdays] Normal Hours 5:00 pm - 11:30 pm (L.O. 11:00 pm) (Food L.O. 10:30 pm) [Saturdays] Normal Hours 4:30 pm - 11:30 pm (L.O. 11:00 pm) (Food L.O.) 10:30 pm [Sundays / Public Holidays] Normal Hours 4:30 pm - 11:00 pm (L.O. 10:30 pm) (Food L.O. 10:00 pm)
Closed: None
Access: Get off at [Ebisu Station] on the JR Lines or Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, exit from the East Exit and turn right, then go down the stairs and walk for one minute.
Address: Ebisu Neonart 1F, 4-1-18 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo (Map)
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9. Kisoji

9. Kisoji
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
[Kisoji] is a restaurant definitely for alcohol connoisseur. Not only does the restaurant offer abundance of local choice sake, rare sakes are available in a reasonable price. Moreover, the restaurant is very earnest in only serving the freshest fish. For those who would like to eat in a relaxed manner, private rooms are available. This restaurant can be easily accessed from Shimbashi Station.

Kisoji

Open:  [Weekdays and Before National Holidays] from 5:00 pm-12:00 am (L.O. 11:30 pm)
Closed: [Saturdays, Sundays and National Holidays]
Average price: 5,000 JPY
Access: Go straight 150m from Kasumori Exit of the JR [Shimbashi Station]. At the second intersection (Renga Street), turn left and continue 20m. 3rd floor of the building on the righthand side.
Address: Sky World Bldg. 3F , 3-6-4 Shinbashi , Minato-ku, Tokyo (Map)
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10. Sakanaya Oaji

10. Sakanaya Oaji
10 Seafood Restaurant with Sake very accessible from the Yamanote Line 
Deep beneath the sea of Toyama Prefecture, there exists unique sea creatures such as winter yellowtails, firefly squids, white prawns, and eelpouts. Freshly caught fish sent straight from Toyama Prefecture can be fully enjoyed at the restaurant [Oaji]! [Sashimi collection], a luxurious raw fish dish with real volume, uses seasonal seafood plentifully. Locating the main branch at Toyama, a variety of sakes from Toyama are orderable. Want to experience Toyama cuisine in Tokyo? Well, this restaurant is in Shimbashi Station, and is easily accessible. 

Oaji

Open: [Weekdays/Saturdays/holidays/the day before a holiday] Normal hours 4:00 pm.- 12:00 am (L.O. 11:00 pm)
Closed: None
Average price: 4,000 JPY 
Access: 1-minute walk from Karasumori exit of [Shimbashi Station] located at under the railway on the left
Address: 3-25-19 Shimbashi Minato Tokyo (Map)
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Disclaimer: All information is accurate at time of publication.
Publish-date: May 30 2019 Update-date: Aug 06 2019
Author: SAVOR JAPAN

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