Named after the red paper lanterns that hang outside traditional Japanese izakayas, this modern Tokyo style bar focuses on sushi and sake. Head Chef Kengo Hiromatsu, previously Head Sushi Chef at Nobu, brings the quality, humility and elegance of Japanese dining to South Wharf Promenade with the expected contemporary surprises.

Akachochin offers around 50 different types of sake, served hot or cold in 15 unique ceramic and glass vessels, which you will be able to match with the regions from which your dishes originate – literally allowing you to eat and drink your way around Japan.



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