Updated: November 21, 2018
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5 Exquisite Yakiniku Restaurants In Sendai


Sendai is famous for its beef, so what better place to have yakiniku? Here are some of the best yakiniku restaurants in Sendai.

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Gyu Masa

Of all the restaurants being introduced here, this is the most expensive because the quality of meat is simply outstanding. The restaurant serves beautifully marbled Japan-raised wagyu and is particular about its wine list so you can ask for the best pairing with whatever you are having. The restaurant has private rooms. It's expensive at around ¥10,000 to ¥15,000 but well worth the go if you are looking for the pinnacle in terms of yakinku experience.

Located near the Kotodaikoen Station.

Kotora Kokubun-cho Location

Kotora is a really popular yakiniku chain restaurant in Sendai. It has excellent quality meat for the price (people report paying around ¥5,000 for dinner). You can have course meals from ¥6,000 for dinner that include a 2-hour all-you-can-drink option. For lunch, there are special sets that start from only ¥1,700. The chain specializes in Korean cuisine as well so make sure to try that bibimbap and kimchi! Below is the address for the Kokubun-cho location.

Kotora S-PAL Location

This is another Kotora that is conveniently located in the S-PAL building, a stone throw away from the Sendai Station. The restaurant is on the 8th floor.


Sendai is famous for its "gyutan" (beef tongues) and to have some excellent ones at a reasonable place, Mitsumayashi is the place. They also specialize in "horumon" (offals), but if that isn't your thing, note that they serve really excellent quality standard cuts too. The place has a really nice tavern-like atmosphere with counter western table seats and Japanese table seats.


Hanagyu is a stylish restaurant with exquisite dinner courses that range in price from ¥5,000 to ¥15,000. If you go for lunch however, there is a Sendai Gyu Lunch Course that is reasonably priced at ¥2,480. For that one, you get many cuts of beef, kimchi, vegetables, and tea or coffee. Not a bad deal for a high-end yakiniku restaurant!

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