What are your favorite things to do while traveling?
Taking photos? Making friends with locals? Maybe even just plain old sightseeing?
Well, my favorite is day drinking!
However, sadly, it’s pretty difficult to find bars in Japan that are open from lunchtime. That’s why I’ve put together this article with an easy to follow area breakdown for those who simply can’t wait until evening for a drink!
In the article, you’ll find places offering everything the trendiest of alcohol, craft beer, and the oh so popular Japanese whiskey to classic Kyoto sake.
The Kyoto Station area has recently become somewhat of a craft beer hub in Japan’s ancient capital.
This beloved craft beer bar serves not only classic brews but also beer infused with tea from Kyoto’s famous Uji-cha tea region, Wazuka.
Kyoto Beer Lab also serves vegan and vegetarian food, so it offers a little something for everyone.
5-minutes from the Keihan Shichijo Station
11-minutes from Kyoto Station
This house of craft beer boasts a line up of 12 different Japanese beers carefully selected from around the country.
With its old school Kyoto townhouse architecture, massive windows and dope beats, there’s no cooler place in town to cheers to a well-deserved mid-morning pint than Crafthouse Kyoto.
2-minutes from the Keihan Shichijo Station
8-minutes from Kyoto Station
Offering stone oven cooked pizzas and a huge line up of beers, you’ll have no problem finding something that suits your taste buds.
5-minutes from Kyoto Station
|Miyabi[ Sharing Kyoto Staff ]|