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Akachochin
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South Wharf, 3006
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ABOUT Akachochin
Top Japanese Restaurants

Named after the red paper lanterns that hang outside traditional Japanese Izakaya's, Akachochin is a modern Tokyo-style bar focusing on sushi and sake.

Akachochin's specialty sake range showcases the best Japan has to offer. Each style is traditionally served chilled and if requested, can be matched to a variety of regional dishes to suit your palate.

Here at Akachochin we produce numerous 'star' dishes from a range of Japanese prefectures showcasing specialised Japanese methods and traditions whilst using high-quality Australian ingredients.

Head Chef brings quality, elegance and tradition to Melbourne Japanese cuisine. This, alongside a minimalist contemporary interior design brings a new element to South Wharf dining.

 

Contact Akachochin via the contact form provided or by the phone number, email & web address below the form.

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