The scene here, with outdoor seating and upturned crates serving as tables, looks more like what you would have seen in the aftermath of World War Two than in swanky Ginza today. But its informal and almost third-world-like setting make it a convivial place for a beer or shochu and for snacks like edamame, yakitori, grilled rice balls, tofu, French fries, and other bar food from the English-language menu. Note that in addition to a table charge there's a minimum food order of one dish per person and that no credit cards are accepted.