Tokyo Restaurant Entices with Year-Long Unlimited Beer Pass

Tokyo Restaurant Entices with Year-Long Unlimited Beer Pass
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Brasserie Beer Boulevard will sell One-Year Passports granting consumers endless Asahi

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 15 september 2014


Tokyo, not unlike many world capitals, can be an extremely expensive place to live. That is why one Japanese restaurant is allowing consumers to buy their beer in bulk – sort of.

Throughout Japan, many izakaya, pub-style restaurants, allow diners to upgrade their meal to include unlimited alcohol for roughly 2,000 yen (which is about U.S. $20). Since most draft beers cost roughly 500 yen (U.S. $4.75) in downtown Tokyo, this can be a good deal if you plan on having 4-5 drinks. However, most of these deals come with a two-hour time limit.

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