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  • Full House: Shinjuku

  • Korean ( Shinjuku )
  • In the middle of Kabukicho, surrounded by host bars is a fantastic Korean restaurant. Drinks are inexpensive, around 300 yen. The real kicker though, is the food. I peaked into the kitchen and several...
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  • Korean Organic Nabi: Harajuku

  • Korean ( Harajuku )
  • I went here for lunch, and it was pretty good. I was disappointed because they were out of Korean BBQ, but the rest of the menu did not disappoint. Get one of the lunch specials. For 900Yen you get a ...
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  • Okubo Deji: Shinokubo

  • Korean ( Okubo )
  • Great value for money. For only 2,500 yen you can get the Okubo set, which comes with chijimi (korean savory pancakes), stir-fried rice cakes and vegetables, grilled pork at your table, and lots of si...
  • Kan Nichi Kan - Azabu

  • Korean, Yakiniku ( Azabu-juban )
  • Who: 4 ex-pat girlfriends (2 Japanese, 1 Asian-Australian, 1 Taiwanese-French) and Me! When: Friday Lunch Wear: Business casual / nice casual and nice socks because you will probably have to take of...
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  • Mapo

  • Korean ( Tameikesanno )
  • Akasaka specializes in Korean cuisine. This was my first time to try it in Japan. First of all, I feel I need to say that I love Korean food. The spices just agree with my taste buds, and the food lea...
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  • Korin: Shinjuku

  • Korean, Yakiniku ( Shinjuku )
  • See my full review, photos & recipes at=http://chefquak.wordpress.com/2013/04/14/great-kuroge-wagyu-shinjuku-korin-yakiniku/ returned from another long journey again, this time to Enoshima &...
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  • Hanyan

  • Korean ( Okubo )
  • Okubo is a "koreatown" of sorts, and stores selling kimchi and Korean pop music line the streets. Hanyan serves all the classics - kimchi chige, all kinds of bipimbap, etc. However, today's ...
  • Akasaka Ichiryu

  • Korean ( Tameikesanno )
  • There's a word in the Japanese language for “loosing your appetite because of the heat:” natsubate. Spicy foods are rumored to help this condition, so I headed down to Ichiryu. Their specialty is ...
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  • Red Hopper

  • Cafes, Korean ( Ginza )
  • GIANT, ABSOLUTE disappointment. AVOID at all cost. Having received their flyer, I thought it was a bit ominous opening on 9/11, but I disregarded. When I tried to use the discounts attached, the st...
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  • Koryo

  • Korean ( Akasaka )
  • This Yakiniku restaurant is located on the second floor of the building across from a Pachinko parlor on Akasaka Misuji Street. There is a very clean and fancy atmosphere as paintings and partitions h...
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  • Korean Sunde Ya

  • Korean ( Okubo )
  • You can't miss Sundeya's dazzling yellow and green neon sign between Okubo Street and Shokuan Street. Korea Sundeya is a popular Korean restaurant in a heavily Korean district - Shin-Okubo. It's small...
  • Housenka

  • Korean ( Azabu-juban )
  • Visit Housenka to break away from the stereotype that Korean food consists only of yakiniku. In fact, yakiniku is not available on the menu, but a wide array of spicy and mild dishes are. Try the horm...
  • Hyungboo Korean Restaurant

  • Korean ( Others )
  • Open 24 hours, Hyungboo serves a large menu of yakiniku (Korean barbeque) and authentic Korean home-style cooking. Each of the 4 floors features a different atmosphere, with semi-private booths on the...
  • Jap Cho Ok: Gaien Mae

  • Korean ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Jap Cho Ok is one of the pioneer Korean restaurants in Tokyo that started changing the image of Korean food away from barbecues. The walls are lined up with medicinal herbs, and the set tasting menus ...
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  • Jojoen: Azabu Juban

  • Yakiniku, Korean ( Azabu-juban )
  • Jyojyo En, a chain which has 43 locations in the Tokyo metropolitan area, is famous for its delicious beef, but that taste doesn't come cheap. Lunch starts in the 1,000 yen range, and it's a relaxed r...
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  • HANOKU

  • 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 ...
  • Rokkasen

  • Yakiniku, Korean, Shabu-Shabu, Sukiyaki ( Shinjuku )
  • Yakiniku and shabu-shabu using quality wagyu, including Matsuzakagyu, one of the best types in Japan. The large menu includes a la carte, courses and all-you-can-eat options. Private rooms available.
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  • Seoul Monogatari: Tokyo

  • Korean ( Nihombashi )
  • Seoul Monogatari offers a taste of Korean home-cooking in a warm atmosphere. Catch up with the latest baseball games while working your way through scrumptious yakiniku!
  • Kanton no Omoide: Shinjuku

  • Korean, Yakiniku ( Okubo )
  • Kanton no omoide is a nostalgia-themed Korean restaurant playing on images from the 60s and 70s. The food menu offers Korean dishes such as Chigae nabe or grilled pork.
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