For decades, beer in Japan meant only one thing: pilsner-style lagers made by the country’s big brewers: Sapporo, Kirin and Asahi. But today a new generation of craft beer-makers are transforming the world of Japanese beer. Within the past two years the number of microbreweries has risen above 300. The result is a huge variety in beer, and Bokke is the place to try them. With brews from all across Japan as well as delicious food, this is a must for anyone interested in quality food and drink. The bar is easy to find, located opposite the south-west corner of Matsuyama Castle’s moat.