This bottle shop cum bar boasts more than 1,000 kinds of craft beer.

The ground floor has tables and seating, while the second floor has standing tables and two walls lined with both domestic and imported craft beer. You can even find that rarest of brews — non-alcohol craft beers.

Upstairs at Beer-ma Kanda | Photo by Gregory Lane

Besides all the bottles, Beer-ma Kanda also has beers on tap. If you want to try a few different brews, you can get a beer flight for ¥1,500. If you take someone along who has never tried craft beer, you can take Beer-ma up on their “missionary discount”, which gives everyone in your group a half price beer flight. Unfortunately, you can only use it once. All subsequent drinks are normal price.

In terms of food, Beer-ma has a selection of reasonably priced pizza (¥950), fish & chips (¥690), pasta (¥1,020) and various meat based dishes.

Reservations are recommended for the ground floor, but you can just turn up and drink on the second floor — or just buy some beer and take them elsewhere.

The original Beer-ma can be found in Kitasenju.

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