The system here is simple: buy tickets for 300 yen each and exchange them for drinks and food. 1 ticket = 1 drink or dish.
There is a wide range of cocktail (150!) and food items available—many using organic herbs. Even their award winning Mojito can be had for a single ticket.
The location is a 4-minute walk from Ginza and a 5-minute walk from Yurakucho Station.
Also part of the same group are the original Three Hundred Bar 5-Chome and Three Hundred Bar 8-Chome both in Ginza.
- 200 m from Hibiya Station Chiyoda Line (C9)Hibiya Line (H8)Mita Line (I8)
- 385 m from Yurakucho Station Yurakucho Line (Y18)Yamanote Line (JY30)Keihin-Tōhoku Line (JK25)
- 0.5 km from Ginza Station Ginza Line (G9)Hibiya Line (H9)Marunouchi Line (M16)
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Look for the pig butts sticking out of the wall.
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