Forget about a bar or izakaya or ramen.
It's the *Snack time.
" Snack WAKEAT." is opening only once a month (Sunday) open the door for a few hours (12am to 14pm-ish) and 10 seats max each time.
It will be "all-about-miso" dishes, mainly serve as **"Teishoku" style. You will taste the magic of miso, Japanese ways of natural fermentation and WAKEAT's "Mottainai" spirit (so I try to use all part of the ingredients to not to make any waste).
It will be animal-free dishes too.
I hope the miso magic can cure your hectic week and weekend's hungover.
The menu will be different each time.
16th March and 12th April have fully booked already. Thank you!
* "Snack"スナック is a big part of Japanese nightlife culture. However, it's not a club or izakaya. It's a small place normally comes with a bar counter and runs by a woman (she's been called as"mama").
They also serve mama's home cooking style bar food besides drinks (it has a "bottle-keeping system" for regulars ) and have a karaoke. Mostly it fills with regulars, it the place you feel like being home and warm. Some of the snacks are "membership only" systems too.
**"Teisyoku" 定食 is a fixed set menu in Japan. It normally comes with rice, miso soup, main and a few side dishes such as pickled vegetables etc. It served all at once.