Omohara Beer Forest Coming to Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku

29.May.2018 | FOOD / SPOT

The Omohara Beer Forest by Yona Yona Beer Works is opening on the 6th floor rooftop of Tokyu Plaza in Omotesando Harajuku on June 29 and will run until September 17.

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Sit down in the beer forest and enjoy some of the most popular craft beer beverages from Yo-Ho Brewing Company including Yona Yona Ale and Suiyoubi no Neko. The line-up also includes a range of drinks that even people who aren’t good with beer can try easily, such as the original beer cocktails Tsubu Tsubu Kiwi and Mango Pine which you can’t get anywhere else, both made using craft beer.

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In terms of food, the theme is bites you can get at Japanese summer festival food carts. The food is prepared to go perfectly with craft beer. Look forward to a huge menu that consists of juicy chicken on the bone, craft sausage, as well as this year’s newly-introduced chili dogs and soba with salted squid.

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Usually, the Omohara Beer Forest operates on a free space system where you can sit anywhere, but at the new one opening in Harajuku you can order a banquet course where they’ll prepare chairs and a table for you. The course includes a ‘Matsuri Set’ which includes edamame, fried potato waffles, crunchy bite-sized fried octopus, and juicy chicken on the bean; and craft sausage and soba with salted squid.

Feast on a meal with a glass of delicious beer while enjoying the fresh, cool breeze atop the terrace.

 

■Information

OMOHARA BEER FOREST by YONA YONA BEER WORKS

Address: Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku 6F Roof Terrace, 4-30-3 Jingumae, Shibuya, Tokyo

Running: June 29, 2018 – September 17, 2018

*Open only on weekends and national holidays in September.

Time: Weekdays 16:00-22:00 / Weekends 12:00-22:00 (Including during Obon on August 10-15)

*Last Orders: Food 21:00 / Drinks 21:30

Access:

4-minutes on foot from Harajuku Station via JR Yamanote Line

1-minute on foot from Exit 5 of Meiji-Jingumae Station via Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line and Fukutoshin Line

7-minutes on foot from Exit A2 of Omotesando Station via Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Hanzonomon Line, and Ginza Line

 

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