The popular 29ON members-only restaurant specializing in meat-based cuisine now has a location in Ginza, Tokyo! Enjoy original courses of sous-vide cooked meats that include top-quality wagyu beef.
This is wagyu like you've never experienced it before! Aged for 30 days before roasting at low temperature in the oven for 7 hours, this super-tender prime rib will blow you away! If you're looking for a unique meal in central Tokyo, 'Zen' is an awesome option.
Looking for wagyu in Tokyo but don't want to pay a fortune? Then these five restaurants have some amazing options that are tasty, original and under ¥2,000!
If you're a ramen head, this is one bowl of luxurious ramen that you've got to add to your to-eat list. The umami-filled bowl is topped with juicy sous vide-cooked duck and chicken chashu, delicious menma, and a big slice of premium wagyu that slowly melts into the soup. Yum.
'Rokkon' is a wonderful restaurant in Tokyo's Iidabashi neighborhood that specializes in wagyu (Japanese beef). All of the dining rooms are private, providing guests with a special dining experience. The must-try course is a magnificent wagyu kaiseki course featuring 24 different dishes for ¥6,000.
If you've ever dreamed of eating as much premium, A5 wagyu (Japanese beef) as your heart desires without spending a fortune, 'Iidabashi Batake' in Iidabashi, Tokyo might be just what you're looking for. The restaurant specializes in wagyu shabu-shabu, and offers several all-you-can-eat options at a very reasonable price!
'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.