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Head downstairs into this intimate izakaya (Japanese tavern) for a menu full of tasty, inexpensive dishes and a wealth of beer and sake choices to wash them down. Steaming bowls of homemade ramen and Korean bibimbap help ward off the Northwest chill. Other choices include skewered yakimono dishes, deep-fried agemono like Oregon coast sardines, and Japanese bar snacks such as pickled veggies and grilled rice balls. The omakase (chef's choice) dinners are only $35, and you can explore a variety of Japanese drinks with a flight of sake, shochu liquor, or whiskey.