Updated: December 06, 2018
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5 Good & Cheap Yakiniku Restaurants In Tokyo

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If you are looking for affordable yakiniku restaurants in Tokyo, you should check out these restaurants. They shouldn't cost you more than ¥3,000 even for dinner.

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Jimbocho Shokuniku Center 神保町食肉センター [In Jimbocho]

This is a totally unpretentious yakiniku restaurant that serves really good quality meat at an unbeatable price. It has this unbelievable all-you-can-eat lunch option that is just ¥950. The catch, if you will, is that you only have 45 minutes to eat, but still, this is a steal! Especially considering that all the meat used is domestic.

The lunchtime special is the claim to fame of the restaurant but if you go there for dinner, it shouldn't cost you much more than ¥3,000 even if you eat plenty.

Onoda Shoten 小野田商店 [In Naka-Meguro]

Although this yakiniku restaurant is in the popular and central neighbourhood of Naka-Meguro, the price is surprisingly reasonable. The quality is great too! Particularly worth the try is the "horumon" (innards) assortments of 9 kinds for ¥2,000. This is one of the most ordered menu items of the restaurant.

Ebisu Jingisukan Kurage えびすジンギスカン 海月 [In Ebisu]

This place is a bit different from the other restaurants presented because it is Jingisukan-specializing-restaurant, which means the skillet is a bit different and the meat is primarily lamb. It's a different twist on yakiniku that is originally from Hokkaido but now you can find it everywhere in Japan. They offer affordable all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink courses of up to three hours.

Kankan 韓感 [In Shinjuku]

This is a yakiniku restaurant that specializes in Korean cuisine. You can have homemade style Korean meals there for lunch and some really good yakiniku too for a reasonable price. There is a 10 item set that is ¥2,490. You can add an all-you-can-drink option for ¥2,000 (2 hours).

Yakiniku Tetsujin 焼肉 鉄人 [In Shinjukju]

Yakiniku Tetsujin is a chain yakiniku restaurant with a couple of locations in Tokyo, including one conveniently located in the bustling Kabukicho district of Shinjuku (shop info is below for that one). The all-you-can-eat courses start at just ¥1,980 (90 minutes) with loads of items to choose from. The "horumon" (innards) are the specialty of the restaurant. You can add an all-you-can-drink option for an extra ¥1,200.

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