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Help choosing Tokyo Izakaya specializing in seafood

arturchik | May 23, 201702:55 PM     5

I understand that different Izakayas specialize in different foods (i.e. seafood, chicken, etc). I think I am more interested in Izakayas that specialize in seafood (not sushi, but just in general).

So having said that, which specific Izakayas would you recommend? Alternatively, if community thinks that I am not going about choosing Izakaya in a correct way, I would appreciate you letting me know.

I read somewhere that Sanchokuya Taka might be a good choice, maybe something else?

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