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izakaya

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EtymologyEdit

From Japanese 居酒屋 (izakaya)

NounEdit

izakaya (countable and uncountable, plural izakaya or izakayas)

  1. A Japanese bar that also sells snacks
    • 2007 January 28, “Island Within an Island”, New York Times:
      The sprawling multipage menu offers cleanly executed dishes meant to accompany the sake, including standards like boiled edamame, and the filling rice balls called onigiri that you would expect at any izakaya, or Japanese pub.

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izakaya

  1. rōmaji reading of いざかや