Jiromaru is a tachigui (stand and eat) yakiniku restaurant in Okachimachi, near Ueno Park in central Tokyo. The chef is a beef expert and chooses only the highest-quality cuts of meat to serve each day. If you're curious about tachigui, or you want to try some high-grade wagyu at an affordable price, Jiromaru is definitely worth a visit!
Premium beef from Miyazaki Prefecture, in the southeastern part of Kyushu is some of the most highly-regarded in Japan. Even in the giant metropolis of Tokyo, there are very few locations specialing in the beef. One such restaurant is called 'Gyusho,' and should be on every meat-lovers list!
'tHe Good MoR~Ning' is a special yakiniku restaurant near Daimon Staion, Tokyo, that serves a mix of traditional and original yakiniku in a small, hip storefront. If you're looking for a yakiniku restaurant that breaks the mold, this is a great place!
'Tobiushi' is a Yakiniku restaurant specializing in A5 wagyu (the highest wagyu rank). Here, guests are seated in private dining rooms equipped with tabletop grills to cook the premium beef yakiniku(Japanese BBQ) style. If you've never experienced top-grade wagyu before, this is a fantastic option.
Kobe beef is famous throughout the world for its legendary, juicy tenderness and flavor. However, Kobe beef that is halal is extremely rare, and only a handful of restaurants in the world offer this delicacy. If you're looking for halal Kobe beef, look no further than Nagomi!
Exploring the nice area around Meguro Station? Why not have some succulent yakiniku (Japanese-style BBQ) while you're there. Excellent restaurants abound! Here are a couple of addresses you might want to check out!
For a unique yakiniku (Japanese bbq) experience, you might want to try Kamoya SUN. They specialize in duck meat! Located in Ningyocho.
HACHIHACHI is a yakiniku (Japanese bbq) restaurant that specializes in Kyushu Wagyu (Japanese brand beef known for its exquisite marbling). They also have some excellent wines to pair that with. For a superb yakiniku experience, you'll love this place in Akasaka, Tokyo.
When faced with the difficult task of finding a restaurant in a new city, you first have to narrow what you want to eat, and then where. When in Japan, "yakiniku" (Japanese/Korean BBQ) is a must-try and these restaurants are simply the best. There. Now you can concentrate on sight-seeing! You can thank us later.