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  • Gyukaku: Akasaka-mitsuke

  • Yakiniku ( Akasaka )
  • This is a great place to take your friends. In the middle of each table there is a grill on which you cook your meat. The aesthetics of the restaurant create a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere that ...
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  • Korin: Shinjuku

  • Korean, Yakiniku ( Shinjuku )
  • See my full review, photos & recipes at= returned from another long journey again, this time to Enoshima &...
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  • Futon

  • Yakiniku ( Hiroo )
  • This is a place where you need to cook your own food, which is something I don't usually go for. But this is much better than your average yakiniku restaurant with lots of different marinated meats an...
  • Ginza Suehiro Kotobuki

  • Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki, Teishoku, Yoshoku, Yakiniku ( Ginza )
  • I think of Suehiro as an archetypal Ginza establishment - luxurious, a blind imitation of the West, yet somehow Japanified in the process. Just off Chuo Dori, Ginza's main avenue, Suihiro looks rath...
  • Yuji

  • Yakiniku ( Shibuya )
  • This is a popular little yakiniku shop which is especially famous for its fried beef giblets. Due to its popularity, it’s common to wait at least an hour to get in. It can be found behind the Shibuy...
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  • Sanbyakuya

  • Yakiniku ( Shibuya )
  • This popular yakiniku shop is always crowded. The meat is always extremely fresh, and you get a lot of bang for your buck. Its variety meat (edible organs and offal) as well as its meat is delicious....
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  • Choshun Kan

  • Yakiniku ( Shinjuku )
  • Choushu Kan is a well established Yakiniku restaurant that has been in business for over 50 years. They have created a lively atmosphere that is suitable for any casual affair. They mostly use domesti...
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  • Ojandon

  • Yakiniku, Others ( Okubo )
  • A traditional Korean restaurant specializing in Korean BBQ and Rei Men (cold noodles). Ojandon is 7 minutes from Seibu Shinjuku station. Ojandon has been featured in food magazines because it is one o...
  • Tsukiji Tougarashi

  • Yakiniku ( Tsukiji )
  • This old two-story wooden house doesn't look like a restaurant, but it actually serves Korean yakiniku in a very traditional Japanese setting. You're required to leave shoes at the entrance, and both ...
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  • NARUO: Roppongi

  • Yakiniku ( Roppongi )
  • Naruo specializes in horumon-style yakiniku (entrails), which is thought to be the dish from which current-day yakiniku originated. Their menu includes cheeks, tongues, liver, intestines and also ribs...
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  • Ojory:Tokyo Yaesu Guchi

  • Yakiniku ( Tokyo Station )
  • In addition to yakiniku, Ojori offers more than 100 traditional Korean dishes, displaying photos of them on the menu. Make sure to make reservations because Ojori is always crowded with local business...
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  • Kanjohken Yakiniku

  • Yakiniku ( Ginza )
  • Kanjohken offers all-you-can-eat grilled Japanese beef at your table. The Korean-style barbecue is a sure crowd pleaser, and Kanjohken uses high quality Japanese beef and charcoal to deliver the goods...
  • Gyubei: Shibuya

  • Yakiniku ( Shibuya )
  • Gyubei strikes a good balance between serving high-quality beef at reasonable prices. They buy their cows whole, which allows them to keep the prices lower. You'll find all the classical yakiniku cuts...
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  • Yakiniku, Korean ( Hiroo )
  • Hanoku is a stylish Korean restaurant decorated in the colors of traditional Korean clothing. Their menu is rather extensive and their Korean sake menu is worth a visit for sake enthusiasts. Numerous ...
  • Keijo: Ebisu

  • Yakiniku ( Ebisu )
  • Beef tongue and Rosu(thin sliced of ribeye),especially prime tongue and rosu, are so popular here. You may need to reserve to have a seat without waiting. The interior is simple and not so dirty. Y...
  • Gori: Shinjuku

  • Yakiniku, Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki ( Shinjuku )
  • Gori offers high-quality beef in various forms. You can grill it in a korean barbecue, dip it boiling water shabu-shabu style, and even have it as sushi! They offer various party courses and an all-yo...
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  • Yakiniku Shokunin Bears

  • Yakiniku, Vietnamese, Take out ( Shimbashi )
  • Yakiniku Shokunin Bears serves yakiniku (bbq) and Vietnamese food, featuring grade A5 kuroge wagyu (the highest grade of Japanese beef). Here you can try some of the best beef available grilled over a...
  • Han No Daidokoro: Shimbashi

  • Yakiniku ( Shimbashi )
  • Han no Daidokoro is a Korean barbecue restaurant that serves prime Japanese beef. You can order Kobe beef, Yamagata beef, offal and more. They've been featured in the Japanese media before.
  • Han No Daidokoro: Shibuya

  • Yakiniku ( Shibuya )
  • Han no Daidokoro is a Korean barbecue restaurant that serves prime Japanese beef. You can order Kobe beef, Yamagata beef and more. They've been featured in the Japanese media.
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