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Late Night Yakitori (or other suggestions)

kiokujai | Apr 8, 201908:37 AM     4

Hey CH gang. I'm heading to Tokyo next week and while I have my lunches and dinners booked, I'd love some suggestions for some late night bites after a night of drinking.

I'm planning to do Ginza (Bar High Five) one night and Shinjuku (Bar Ben Fiddich and Golden Gai) another so ideally they're walking distance from these places. Looking for something casual I can walk in that's fairly affordable. Yakitori is at the top of my list but I am open to other suggestions. Is there such thing as late-night soba that's worth considering? (probably not but I thought I'd at least ask haha).

Last time I went to BHF they recommended a Yakitori place that's walking distance that I really loved. The shop had no English name so they literally had to dl a Japanese keyboard on my phone to type it into Google Maps for me to get there. It's 24hrs and they have standing counter as well as table, with a picture menu as well. If anyone knows what I'm talking about that'd be amazing.

Thanks guys!

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