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Inagiku is more about straight up drinks than specialty cocktails. There are 13 different types of sake available, which range in price from RMB130 (US$20) for a bottle of house sake all the way up to RMB5260 (US$835) for an 1800 ml (60 oz.) bottle of Kamatsura. There is also a selection of shochus and whiskies, which seem to be popular among the general clientele. That said, they do offer two signature sake cocktails — one called Ine, flavored with green tea, red bell pepper juice, vanilla syrup and lime juice; and another named Kiku, which comes frothed up with egg whites and flavored with chrysanthemum tea. Both East-meets-West cocktails are incredibly unique in flavor. If neither of these tickles your fancy, a friendly bartender will be more than happy to mix something to your taste.