The all-you-can-eat courses introduced in this article range in price from about ¥3,000 to ¥8,000. There are also some all-you-can-drink options and some courses that include some excellent quality Japanese beef.
Yakiniku, or Japanese BBQ is one of the most popular foods in Japan so you just have to try it while you are in Japan! Here is the ultimate list of the best yakiniku restaurants in Tokyo. It includes restaurants in popular areas such as Shibuya and Ginza, and also restaurants of various price ranges from high-end to cheap. Surely you'll find one that fits your need.
Shimbashi, a major station on the Yamanote Line, is a popular place for yakiniku. It has a high concentration of well-rated restaurants of the genre, especially in the area to the west of the station, near Sakurada Park, so if you want to eat delicious grilled meat, Shimbashi is the place for you to go! Here are 5 selected restaurants in that area.
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!
Seikou-En is located a 3-minute walk from the Daikanyama station or a 5-minute walk from the Ebisu station. You can have there an omakase course that you customize to your liking. Favy went there to try it out! The meat used for the course is black cattle Japanese beef from Kyushu. It was surprisingly of good value. Definitely worth the go!