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Inagiku does not offer wine pairings at its venue, but it does have an excellent array of sakes that chef Shinji Morihara will be happy to suggest pairing with your meal. Keep in mind that the sake here is generally sold by the bottle, so pairings are best done with a group. Otherwise, many of the sakes are quite flexible in their ability to stand up to and complement a variety of flavors. For instance, Kokuryu junmai ginjo is often served with smoky dishes and would be perfect paired with something off the teppanyaki grill. However, it can also go well with strong cuts of sashimi, such as tuna, as well tempura. If you’d like to learn more about how your drink will match up to the food, be sure to ask one of the chefs.