Campion Ale in Asakusa is another great addition to Tokyo’s pub scene. Conveniently, it’s right next to a tasty okonomiyaki restaurant - so you can wash dinner down with a pint or two.
Campion Ale - image © Florentyna Leow
Does Tokyo really need another British pub and brewery? You can never really have too many, and if Campion Ale in Asakusa is anything to go by, having more can only be a good thing. There are 15 brews available every day, with 5 of them being ales.
Rather conveniently, Campion Ale is located right next to okonomiyaki stalwart Sometaro. We’re not saying you should have a beer right after your Japanese pancakes. But you probably should.
If it’s British food you’re hankering for, though, you’re in luck. Campion Ale serves some truly excellent beef stews and steak pies - enough to quash your nostalgia and longing for the British homeland.
For more Tokyo craft beer choices, see our Best Tokyo Craft Beer Pubs page.
2-2-2 Nishiasakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 111-0035
Saturday, Sunday and national holidays: noon-11:30pm
Closed Monday or the following Tuesday when Monday is a national holiday
Subway: 3-minute walk from exit 3 of Tawaramachi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza line.
Train: 5-minute walk from exit A2 of Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express line.
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