Wondering where to eat in Shibuya? How about delicious yakiniku at a nice and hidden restaurant "Yakiniku Hachiyama"? We went to try their yakiniku (literally grilled meat / Japanese style BBQ) menu that was absolute great. Here, we will introduce you to the restaurant and what you should order there.
You're doing "baba aruki" (walking around the Takadanobaba Station) and you eventually get a craving for grilled meat but you're not sure where to go for good yakiniku for under 3,000 yen or so. Recognize yourself in this situation? If so, the following information will be of tremendous benefit!
Akabane Station, just north of Ikebukuro is perhaps often overlooked by tourists. It has some great restaurants however. Among them are some really popular yakiniku places. Here are 5 of the best located at a short walking distance from the Akabane Station!
Shinagawa is a major station in Tokyo located to the south of the city. Shinkansen trains pass through the station so you'll find many tourists and people leaving on business trips there. It also has its fair share of good yakiniku restaurants! If you feel like eating grilled meat while you're staying or transiting in Shinagawa, here are some restaurants you should check out!
Roppongi is a very busy district with a wide selection of yakiniku (grilled beef) restaurants. If you walk around trying to decide where to go aimlessly, you will find yourself tired. So, this article will introduce 10 yakiniku restaurants that you should visit.
Meat Market is a yakiniku restaurant that doesn't only have the famous and beloved Japanese-style grilled meat, but also meat sushis and the super popular roast beef bowl! Here's more on this shop.
Gyu Kaku is a popular Yakiniku chain in Japan. Yakiniku is basically a Japanese bbq. Gyu Kaku has expanded its stores outside of Japan. If you are looking for a delicious Yakiniku experience at reasonable prices, definitely check out Gyu Kaku!
Looking for somewhere to eat around Tokyo Dome. There's plenty to choose from which makes it hard to find a decent place to grab some lunch or head out for dinner after exploring for the day! Here's 5 great places to try out around Tokyo Dome.
Gyutan (牛タン) is one of the Japanese food made from grilled beef tongue. It is originated in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, but because of its popularity, you can eat in other cities today. Gyutan is so meaty and juicy, yet actually healthier than other meat, amazingly good food!
Yakiniku is a Japanese barbecue where we cook tons of meat with a grill. It is such a satisfying experience and you will get the best feeling ever. Osaka has several places where they offer top-notch beef at a very reasonable price, so check the following places!