Updated: February 06, 2019
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5 Amazing Restaurants Serving Kobe Beef In Shinjuku, Tokyo

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These 5 restaurants are among the most well-regarded in Shinjuku in their respective genre. You can enjoy their Kobe beef, either served teppan style, yakiniku style, or even as part of a hotpot course.

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Misono

There are two reasons to go to Misono. One is for the succulent marbled teppanyaki steak (includes Kobe beef and other kinds of Japanese brand beef) made right before your eyes. The other reason is for the stunning night view of Shinjuku you get from the restaurant located on the 51st floor of the Shinjuku Sumitomo Building. The prices are reasonable for lunch (about ¥3,000) but evening courses can be quite expensive (about ¥15,000).

Teppanyaki Yamanami

Yamanami is a high-end restaurant where you can enjoy Kobe and Hida wagyu beef with courses of over ¥10,000. Aside from steak, you can also have some teppanyaki lobster. There is a view on a beautiful Japanese garden from some seats and you can also make a reservation to have a private room. The entire establishment is non-smoking.

Kobeya

Kobeya has a more casual atmosphere than the other restaurants presented here. They have reasonably-priced, good quality cuts courses as well as the best quality premium wagyu cuts that include the Kobe beef. This is a yakiniku (Japanese barbecue) restaurant, so you grill the meat yourself on a roaster at your table.

Yakiniku BULLS

BULLS is another famous yakiniku restaurant where you can order some premium quality Japanese cattle cuts that include Kobe beef. The restaurant has a very stylish interior, a beautiful night view and some great drinks too!

Tokyo Nikushabuya

This is a shabu shabu and sukiyaki restaurant so it offers a different experience altogether. Instead of having the meat cooked teppan style and served to you cooked, you get it served raw, thinly sliced, and you cook it yourself in a hotpot. This style is also very popular in Japan. The place is also known for its good selection of sake and wine. Both pair well with this hotpot cuisine.

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