On the 25th of September 2008 Ways&Means opened the KINFOLK speakeasy for the new internationalist in gritty Nakameguro, quite possibly the trendiest district on the current Tokyo scene. On the menu is a mixture of killer cocktails like the Cuban staple Ginger Mint Mojito, a drink for any occasion. The decor is vintage Japanese interior meets modern day safehouse. Drop into the mix a kaleidoscope of Japanese Keirin Track frames adorning the wood rafters and you have a bar built for drinkers with riding problems.
They also make original Keirin inspired Japanese made track bikes.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Posted by — Barrie Bloor at 6:17 PM