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Having opened its doors in the year 1993, Shonzui was the first bar in the city to start serving organic and natural wines and remains one of the most popular wine bars till date. Along with a vast selection of well-known and less-renowned wines, the place also offers innovative bistro fare which complements the wines perfectly. Their steak and pate come highly recommended. The ambiance here is a blend of chic and cozy, achieved with the use of bold orange and red hues, minimal decor and modern wood furniture. All in all, this is a great place to visit whether you are out with friends or on a date.
Tucked away in a narrow alley in the district of Nishiazabu, Bunon is a fine dining restaurant and wine bar which follows Japanese traditions. With a quieter, classier and more elegant setup than most bars in the area, this place has traditional tatami doors, potted bamboo plants and other Japanese decor. The wine list at this bar not only spans an impressive global selection but also includes an extensive list of sake, many of which can be consumed by the glass as well as in bottles. The food consists of traditional delicacies like Iwanori Rice with Tea, Squid Liver Rui-be and a selection of sashimi. All in all, this place is perfect for a formal business lunch or a special romantic dinner.
Ahiru Store is a small, cozy wine bar located in the Shibuya-ku area of Tokyo which is run by a brother-and-sister duo. The place serves an array of natural wines, which are sourced from all over the globe, and delicious bistro fare. Along with famous French brands, delicious wines from little-known producers can also be found here. The food is innovative and contemporary, often mingling unusual ingredients together to create a masterpiece. Their charcuterie selections are especially recommended. The mix of intimate, cozy ambiance, delicious food, and fine wines has made this place popular with locals and tourists alike.