Saturday, 17 October 2015

Kichijoji round up part 2: Bicke

(This was initially part of a larger post combining three places in Kichijoji. There are now split into individual entries. Here are part 1 and part 3

- Fairly big place for a Japanese beer bar. Counter for around ten and seats for maybe 35. Feels pretty spacious too and has quite a comfortable ambience to it. Perhaps due to it being around for a while, it looks quite different from the modern light wood and bare stone places that abound now.
- Ten taps, six of which are of interest (at least to me). Japanese craft well represented. Sizes are 260ml and 420ml and prices range from ¥630-¥730 for the half and ¥930-¥1030 for the pint. My half was served in a nice stemmed glass! Sizeable import bottle selection mainly focused on European stuff.

I visited in the afternoon on a Sunday and there were a few people in there. Not sure how busy it gets in the evening. Feel like it probably has more to offer for readers of this blog than Rogue. No cover charge again which is very welcome. Their Facebook links to a gurunavi page where they publish their taplist so you can check it before you visit. Sorry for the terrible photo. It's on the third floor of a building on a busy shopping street, was tricky to get a good photo, so I settled for this terrible one.

Japanese breweries on tap when I visited:
Sankt Gallen

Ginga Kogen

Opening Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 17:00-24:00
Saturday, 15:00-24:00
Sunday, Holidays, 15:00-23:00
Closed Wednesday


吉祥寺本町 2-13-7, グランデールビル 3F, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 


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