Ginza is a gourmet spot you cannot miss if you are in Tokyo. The place is particularly famous for its sushi but there is a wide variety of cuisines to choose from, among which is yakiniku. Ginza has some of the very best yakiniku in Tokyo! Here is our special selection for a great evening in Ginza.
Many of you might already know Japan is famous for its quality beef, such as "Kobe beef", "Matsuzaka beef" to name a few. However, not just only the common meat cuts but also "horumon", or the innards, are very popular and often eaten in Japan. In this post, I would like to introduce you to the amazing world of horumons!
Gyu Shige is an affordable yakiniku (Korean BBQ) chain that you won't have any trouble finding all over Japan, especially if you are in Tokyo. It serves assortments with lots of variety and a good about of meat from about ¥2,000. Here's more on this popular restaurant.
Yakiniku, or Japanese BBQ, is perhaps one of the most popular and interesting dining experiences you can have in Japan. If you want to try that cuisine in Yokohama, here are definitely some of the best places to go to!
Hokkaido is known as a popular place for people with a fine palette. There are so many good foods to try on the island, and meat is no exception. If you are in Sapporo and would like to have some yakiniku, here are some of the best places there is for it!
Manten is only a 3-minute walk from Shinjuku Station's West Exit. Including beef and pork, there are about 40 kinds of innards to choose from here. You can cook the meat on a BBQ grill right inside the restaurant. Of course, this resto is awesome for those who love innards, but those who've never had it before will love it too!
Yakinikudon Tadon is located just a 3-minute walk from the East Exit of the Ikebukuro Station. If you're craving meat, this is the place to go because they serve yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) topped rice bowls that way up to 800g and include four different types of meat!