Updated: November 06, 2018
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Top 5 Restaurants in Tokyo Where You Can Try the Best Horse Meat

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How about trying some horse meat? Believe it or not, horse meat is said to be relatively healthy, with a rich taste. In Japan, it is common to eat raw horse meat, but horse meat in BBQ style is also delicious! This article reviews the best restaurants in Tokyo where you can try some.

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[Ikebukuro] “San-ba-riki”

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This restaurant is famous for its variation in horse meat. You can try the most rare types of horse meat in BBQ style. It is surprising to hear that you can have this plate with just ¥1,580!
In order to accomplish their mission ‘to make their guests happy,they use meat transported from Kumamoto to serve the best horse meat that will make the customers happy.

[Ebisu] “Ba-niku-ya Takeshi”

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This restaurant only serves food carefully chosen by the famous gourmet and restaurant owner, Dronz Ishimoto. Course menus are priced from ¥5,000, and there is a variation of other menus as well!
Once you eat the horse fillet meat at this restaurant, you will be astonished by the extreme tenderness of the meat.

[Ginza] “Ginza Ko-ji-ma Ya”

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Many people eat beef tongue when they go to BBQ restaurants in Japan, but what about horse tongues? You can also try them in sashimi style (raw) at this restaurant, at ¥2,310!
The meat in this restaurant is also from Kumamoto. Horse soup and horse meat noodles are also recommended.

[Ebisu] “Bunker”

This is a recommended dish called “Ba Koro Yaki,” with dice cut horse meat flavored with garlic. You can almost smell the tasty bouillon mixed with garlic!

The owner of this restaurant comes from Kumamoto, and wishes that all his customers in Tokyo can have the best horse meat. Of course, the meat served in this restaurant is also from Kumamoto. The name “Bunker” comes from the bunkers you see in the golf courses, because you can never get out of it once you are stuck!

[Sangenjaya] “Ketobashi-ya Champion”

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This restaurant serves the best quality A5 rank horse meat, sent straight from Kumamoto. Although A5 ranked meat is usually very pricy, this restaurant serves assorted dishes from ¥1,580!
The meat is sent from Kumamoto Senko Farm, and it is the one and only farm in Japan that has farms and facilities just for horse meat.

Lastly...

Do you feel like trying some horse meat now? Although it is common in Japan to eat raw horse meat, there are now new BBQ style restaurants using horse meat. Please check them out!

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