Updated: March 17, 2020
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Ueno 500 Bar: ¥500 budget pizza dinning bar in Ameyokocho, Ueno

For some good pizza in Ueno that won't break the bank, Ueno 500 Bar is an excellent option. Drinks and pizzas are both ¥500.

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Ueno 500 Bar

Located in Ameyokocho, Ueno 500 Bar is a popular budget dining bar where almost everything is ¥500. The cuisine is essentially Italian (although adapted to Japanese taste) and the specialty is pizza.
Be aware that there is a small ¥350 'otoshi', which is a kind of common cover charge in Japan that includes an appetizer. What you get served as the otoshi is an assortment of 3 kinds of cured meats.

Pizzas Are All ¥500

All their Roman-style pizzas are ¥500. They have about 15 kinds among which you'll find Italian standards such as their most popular item: their Margherita pizza. For toppings that are more Japanese for a change of taste, you might want to try the Shirasu-to Negi (young sardines and green onions), or the Oba Ebi Mentaiko (perilla, shrimp, spicy cod roe). Give those a try too! You might be surprised by how delicious they are.

Drinks? You've guessed it - they're ¥500 too.

They have a pretty extensive drinks menu where everything is ¥500. Pairing some wine with your pizza is never a bad choice, but they also have several kinds of beers, whiskey, sour drinks, shochu, umeshu, sangria, and many kinds of cocktails.

Soft drinks, juices, and teas are ¥400.

Dessert Pizzas!?

For those with a sweet tooth, you might want to keep some room for a dessert pizza because they're really good too. The pizza apple pie served to you freshly baked with some melting ice cream on top is pure delight.
tabikamome
Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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