British beer and food in Yamaya Wine Shop, Tokyo

Updated 20 September 2015

Yamaya is almost certainly the cheapest import shop in Tokyo- example prices given below. I was also very impressed with their British beer selection when I went in to the Omori branch today, probably the second best I’ve seen in Tokyo.

British beer in Yamaya

Speckled Hen

Hen’s Tooth

Abbot Ale (sometimes)

Wychwood beers

Boddingtons 448 yen

Murphys Stout398 yen

Spitfire 548 yen for a large bottle or 250 yen for a small can (and sometimes special offers for multiple purchases)

London Pride 348 yen

Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout 498 yen

Bass – 248 yen (but not even worth that cheap price)

British-style beers in Yamaya

some great New Zealand Ales whose name I can’t remember – around 800 yen for a large bottle

Ginga Kogen pale ale – 268 yen

Echigo Stout

Kirin Ichiban Shibori Stout 198 yen

UK food (and food of interest to Brits) in Yamaya

Lemon and Lime curd, stem ginger curd, banana curd 780 yen

Sharwoods Madras and Tikka masala cooking sauce 548 yen

corned beef 398 yen

tinned peas 98 yen

Campbell’s soup 198 yen

Best Foods mayonnaise 498 yen

Brand’s A1 brown sauce 398 yen

Lee and Perrins Worcestershire sauce 348 yen

Terry’s chocolate orange

fun size Mars, Milky Way, Bounty and Twix fun size

Quaker Oatmeal

red cheddar from 248 yen

Directions

The ones I know how to get to:

Shinjuku – follow directions for Tokyo Opera City and it’s on your way.

Omori – It’s opposite (or possibly next to, depending on how you look at it) Ito-Yokado. Come out of the East exit and walk directly away from the station for about 5 minutes and you should be able to see Tsutaya video shop and then Ito Yokado in the distance.

Japanese language guide to the 12 shops in Tokyo

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