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As Inagiku focuses chiefly on Japanese food and spirits, the restaurant does not have a sommelier. However, the chefs are more than happy to help you pair some spirits to best fit the flavors of your meal. Perhaps you’ll go for a bottle of light and floral Kamotsuru daiginjo sake, which pairs well with white fish and various types of sashimi and shellfish. They may also suggest a more robust glass of shochu that will stand up well against your plate of tempura. Just be sure to ask about the sakes before you buy them, as many are quite pricey and come in very large bottles.