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Kinoji

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n terms of genre, Kinoji occupies that uniquely Japanese culinary territory that hovers somewhere between izakaya and ryoriya. If you want to take it slowly, you can drop in for a quiet evening sipping sake, beer or stronger spirits, while exploring the a la carte offerings. Alternatively, order up one of the o-makase courses (6,000 yen, 8,000 yen or 10,000 yen), sit back and make a full meal of it.

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