Hashigo Zake is a colloquial Japanese term, and it refers to “bar-hopping” or “pub crawl”. Hashigo translates to “ladder,” and hence the literal meaning of Hashigo Zake is “liquor ladder”. Akin to going up the rungs of a ladder, Hashigo Zake is the practice of going from one bar to another and sampling different types of alcohol. This term is not limited to bars, but can also refer to making rounds around different restaurants or coffee shops. This tradition in Japan dates way back to the Edo period! This year, just for Sake Week, we bring the bar-hopping experience to Singapore so you can join in on the fun!
Mention the word “Hashigo” to the staff at any of our participating restaurants, and you will receive an exclusive deal of one drink and accompanying finger food at only $10++!