Thursday, July 03, 2008

Izakaya at road side

izakaya at road side" Izakaya" is a Japanese pub.
Usually Izakaya are in central of the town.
But sometime, I see such a Izakaya at road side far from central of the town.
I suppose that almost guest of such Izakaya are neighbors.

10 comments:

Kris McCracken said...

So what do people normally drink in a Japanese pub? Is it the same as an Australian pub?

nobu said...

Hello Kris.
One of local custum in Izakaya is that, If we go to there,usually a small dish is served,before we order something.
but it is not free. We must pay for it. (don't worry it's cheap)

There are various type of Izakaya.
I will post about some Izakaya some day. stay tune!

Harry Makertia said...

What a stylish pub! I love the paper lanterns hanging in the front of Izakaya. I believe they serve sake in there.

nobu said...

Welcome to my blog.And thanks for your comment.
Yes, they serve Sake.
Lanterns and ropes in front of the entrance are symbole of such a traditional pub.

Eki Qushay Akhwan said...

What kind of drinks is served at Izakaya?

I like those lanterns ... Very colorful and warm.

By the way, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.

nobu said...

We can drink Sake(rice wine), Shochu( a type of spirits made from buck wheat,or wheat, or sweet potato), and beer.

Bento Pet said...

Hi! Your blog is so interesting! Will be back often. Cheers!

nobu said...

Hello Bento_pet.
Welcome to my blog and thanks for your comment.I hope you come back soon.

... said...

We have a restaurant named Izakaya in Launceston. I haven't been there personally, but it appears to be a restaurant as opposed to a pub.

nobu said...

I,ve found that restaurant in internet.
The scenery in the photo of "Izakaya in Launceston" looks like Traditional Izakaya in Japan.

In Japan Izakaya searve Sake, Beer and so on. and it open evening. so it is for adult.

I suppose they run japanese restaurant which searve Izakaya dishes.

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