It was a bit of a difficult find in the cellar of a business-type building. Sakagura is the first Japanese restaurant i visited where they don't serve sushi. However, the food they did serve were special dish by dish. On top of that, with every dish they served they had a different sake-recommendation. Eating at Sakagura was a rare culinary experience. I would recommend to make reservations.
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