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There isn’t a bar at Inagiku in the traditional sense, but there is a long row of seats at both the sushi bar and the teppanyaki bar. These are good places to perch if you’re eating by yourself or want to grab a snack. The sushi bar is our choice for a seat, as the chairs are cushy and the atmosphere is a little quieter than the sizzling grilled meat station. You can choose from an extensive list of drinks. Inagiku serves not only sake and shochu, but an impressive offering of whiskeys and wines, as well as a few intriguing signature cocktails.