This tiny sake bar in Fremont has a diverse and wonderful lineup of rice-wine flights, as well as a full binder of information if you want to brush up on your sake knowledge. We can’t say enough about the bar snacks, though, like little egg salad sandwiches topped with roe and onigiri rice balls topped with salmon and a ridiculous jalapeño-cheddar-bagel miso sauce. We wouldn’t expect any less from the same team behind Kamonegi, an outstanding Japanese soba restaurant (and Hannyatou’s next-door neighbor). Stop in if you’re waiting for a dinner table, but don’t be surprised if you fill up on egg salad.
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