Craft Beer Scissors is an intimate craft beer bar and bottleshop in suburban Ikejiri.
The bar has about 10 taps of mainly domestically produced craft beer. The refrigerators covering a whole wall of the bar contain an enormous variety of high-quality local and international brands.
Prices are average for a craft beer bar/bottle shop in Tokyo, but the selection of beers is the main selling point. If you buy a beer from the fridge, you can drink it in the bar for a small corkage fee.
There’s also a modest menu with small tasty dishes to consume with your drinks.
The reason for the unusual name is because the bar was started by a hair dresser.
There is another branch of Scissors in Akihabara.
- 111 m from Ikejiri-ōhashi Station Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line (DT2)
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