Yakitori in Japan, you might be familiar with it or you might not be at all. Here's what to know about yakitori: what it is and what to order when you go to a yakitori restaurant. Have an amazing time!
Suehirogari is a Michelin Guide recognized yakitori restaurant in Nakameguro. It's a great place to bring a date as you can sit close to each other at the counter seats and enjoy delicious food together.
Meguro, which has a station on the Yamanote Line, is a beautiful area to stroll around. It's a popular spot for sakura viewing in spring and ranks among the most pleasant places to live in, in Tokyo. If you go there, you might want to check out the yakitori restaurants. It has some of the top-rated places in the city! Here is a list you should remember!
Here's a list of the best yakitori restaurant in Roppongi, Tokyo! Roppongi is known for being a foodie's heaven with an important concentration of high-end and exquisite restaurants. If you would like to try a luxurious yakitori experience, please check out this list!
Yakitori is a traditional Japanese cuisine that most people really love, no matter where they come from. It consists of grilled skewered chicken (many different parts of it), often seasoned with a soy-based sauce. In Yokohama, here are the places you should definitely go to for yakitori!
Sapporo is such a gourmet spot! Mostly known for its seafood, it also has some outstanding cuisine of nearly every Japanese genre there is, and yakiniku is one of them! If you want to have some of the best chicken on skewers in Sapporo, these are the places you should definitely consider going to!
Yakitori restaurants offer delicious, yet cheap meals. You'll have a fun evening without breaking the bank. This is quite great because restaurants in Kyoto can sometimes be on the pricey side.
Looking for a yakiniku restaurant in central Tokyo that is affordable, delicious, has good cheap drinks and a Japanese tavern-like atmosphere? If so, Kushiwakamaru is the place for you to go!
Asagaya is one stop away from hip Koenji on the Chuo line, and a few stops before Kichijoji on the same line. It is surrounded by cool neighborhoods, but is still an understated fun place to visit. It's developping quickly and has a lot of nice fun and small bars and restos. You need to stop by if you love international cuisine in an unpretentious setting.