Updated: January 24, 2020
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5 outstanding yakiniku restaurants in Kagurazaka


There are plenty of amazing yakiniku restaurants in the Kagurazaka-Iidabashi area. Here is our selection of some of the very best!

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Kazu offers affordable lunch options at around ¥1,000.

If you go for dinner, you can enjoy their popular Kagurazaka course (¥6,500) that includes a variety of side dishes (kimchi, soup, namul, salad) and many high-quality beef cuts, a rice or noodle dish, and dessert. If you order a la carte, one meat plate is about ¥1,000.

The restaurant recommends having wine with your meal. They have a selection of over 50 bottles.


Yoshichan is owned by a company that has several restaurants in Tokyo. The claim to fame of their restaurants is that they all use meat cuts of great quality but the prices are comparatively affordable. Yoshichan is no exception! They have succulent beef cuts, and you'd better try their 'horumon' (offals) here it's their specialty.

Yoshichan is an unpretentious authentic yakiniku izakaya where you can walk into casually.


Kintan is a yakiniku restaurant with a decor that is a cross between a winery guest house and a yakiniku restaurant. It has a fun pleasant atmosphere with great foods.

They have nice lunch sets from ¥1,200 to around ¥3,000.

If you go for dinner, you might want to have one of their impressive wagyu beef courses starting from ¥6,500.


Tobiushi specializes in A5 wagyu (highest rank), and the meat that they serve is of the highest quality, selected each day based on the best meat available. This superior quality makes for beef that you will still be thinking about months after your meal.

If you don't want to worry about finding the best items on the menu, the easiest and most delicious thing to do is order the 'Omotenashi Course' for ¥10,000. This decadent course comes with 12 items, including the restaurant's most popular wagyu selections. This is undoubtedly a great deal for such an unforgettable meal.


This is a kind of kaiseki yakiniku restaurant. You can choose courses that have all kinds of beautiful small dishes along the top-quality meat you get to grill on a charcoal fire at your table. They also have some great quality seafood served to you raw that you grill on the yakiniku grill.

Another thing to say about this restaurant is that it has an amazing warm Edo-style atmosphere.

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