The 10 Best Yakiniku Restaurants You Must Eat in Asakusa, Tokyo

Asakusa is not only famous for its great collections of sightseeing spots, but it is also famous for its great collections of restaurants. From cheap yakitori to expensive tempura, you can find many types of restaurants in Asakusa, and today we have listed some yakiniku restaurants in Asakusa that are worth to try!


1. Hontosaya

1. Hontosaya
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Honto Saya is one of the most famous yakiniku restaurants in Asakusa, which is famous for serving fresh meat that can be eaten raw.

Always crowded all the time, Honto Saya serves the best thick cuts of premium beef kalbi for JPY 2,800 and premium beef kalbi with bones for JPY 2,800, which is relatively cheaper compared to other yakiniku restaurants.

■Information
Name: Hontosaya
Address: 3-1-9 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3845-0138
Open Throughout The Year
Access: Within 1-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Website: http://www.hontosaya.com/
Map: Map to Hontosaya

2. Taishoen

2. Taishoen
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Taishoen is one of the most famous yakiniku restaurants in Asakusa, which is located within 3-minute walk from TX (Tsukuba Xpress) Asakusa Station.

Located in the back of Asakusa Korean Town, Taishoen is always crowded as the shop accommodates only two kotatsu seats and two table seats. Offering fresh meat only, you should definitely try Taishoen’s premium salty tongue, which has very chewy texture and juicy flavor!

■Information
Name: Taishoen
Address: 2-14-7 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3841-8083
Access: Within 3-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Map: Map to Taishoen

3. Niku no Suzuki

3. Niku no Suzuki
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Niku no Suzuki offers high quality meat at reasonable price, and you can enjoy many branded Japanese beef at this yakiniku restaurant.

At Niku no Suzuki, you can try premium cuts of “Maezawa Beef”, a Japanese beef originated in Tokyo which has the same strains with Yamagata’s Yonezawa Beef. We strongly recommend you to try the premium tongue (from JPY 2,400) or premium harami (JPY 2,400) when visiting this restaurant.

In addition to its delicious premium beef cuts, you can also try fresh grilled beef innards as well!

■Information
Name: Niku no Suzuki
Address: 4-11-8 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3875-0029
Close on Monday
Access: Within 8-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Map: Map to Niku no Suzuki

4. Fumiya

4. Fumiya
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Established in 1960, Fumiya is famous for offering superb grilled beef and pork innards at decent price.

We strongly recommend you to try Fumiya’s mino, horumon, shibire, kobukuro, gyara, and liver. The shop is also famous for its great horumon chige; a kimchi chige hotpot consisting chewy and juicy beef innards.

If you’re not a big fan of beef or pork innards, we strongly suggest you to try the salty tongue!

■Information
Name: Fumiya
Address: 2-14-7 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3844-3667
Business Hour: 17:00-24:00
Close on Tuesday
Access: Within 3-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Website: http://www.hontosaya.com/
Map: Map to Fumiya

5. Kinraku

5. Kinraku
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Kinraku is one of the oldest yakiniku restaurants in Asakusa, which is very famous among the locals as well.

Kinraku is famous for its exceptional thick diced Harami (JPY 950), thick cuts Kalbi (JPY 900), and juicy beef and pork innards (JPY 500).

Offering great meat cuts at decent price, Kinraku is always crowded, so make sure that you stop by Kinraku to try its exceptional yakiniku when visiting Asakusa!

■Information
Name: Kinraku
Address: 1-15-4 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3844-3357
Business Hours: 12:00-23:00
Close on first and third Tuesdays
Access: Within 4-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Map: Map to Kinraku

 
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6. Gen

6. Gen
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Located within few minutes walk from Asakusa Station, Gen offers not just high quality beef cuts, but also best hospitality to its customers with its great service!

At Gen, you can enjoy Matsuzaka beef Kalbi only for JPY 999, which is very cheap. Gen also offers special discount on the 29th every month.

Offering cozy and atmosphere romantic, why don’t you stop by Gen to enjoy high quality yakiniku in Asakusa?

■Information
Name: Gen
Address: Denkikan Building 2F, 1-42-4 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-5826-2929
Business Hours: 11:30-3:00
Within 4-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Website: http://gen-gen-gen.com/
Map: Map to Gen

7. Yakiniku Dan

7. Yakiniku Dan
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Famous among the youngsters and the ladies, Yakiniku Dan offers not just high quality beef cuts, but also modern and fashionable atmosphere as well!

Different from most yakiniku restaurants, you can order your meat starting from one slice at Yakiniku Dan, so you can make your own meat platter only at this restaurant. You can also enjoy a fresh Japanese beef sushi for JPY 378 per piece and also 11 different beef innards only at Yakiniku Dan.

You can also order Dan’s original meat cuts platter for JPY 1,550 as well!

■Information
Name: Yakiniku Dan
Address: 2-13-4 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3847-5600
No scheduled holiday
Access: Within 3-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Map: Map to Yakiniku Dan

8. Yakiniku Kofuku

8. Yakiniku Kofuku
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Yakiniku Kofuku is one of the oldest yakiniku restaurants in Asakusa, and it is famous for its exceptional thick cut special Kalbi (JPY 1,800) and special Harami (JPY 1,800).

The restaurant is also famous for its juicy pork innards (JPY 500), bibimba, and cold Korean ramen!

■Information
Name: Yakiniku Kofuku
Address: 3-27-25 Nishi Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-3843-2358
Business Hours: 15:00-24:00
Close on national holidays & before holidays
Access: Within 3-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Map: Map to Yakiniku Kofuku

9. Satsuki

9. Satsuki
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Satsuki is famous for its reasonable yakiniku courses; the cheapest yakiniku course is JPY 4,500 with a 2-hour all-you-can-drink program.

Satsuki also offers premium yakiniku courses, which includes plenty premium beef cuts and a 2-hour all-you-can-drink program only for JPY 8,000. You can also order your meat as an a la carte, and we strongly recommend you to try its thick cut beef sirloins and harami (starting from JPY 1,800 per cut) as well!

You can also enjoy other menu like yaki pork shabu (starting from JPY 1,250) as well at Satsuki!

■Information
Name: Satsuki
Address: Dai-ni Kowa Building 1F, 2-11-5 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel.: +81-3-6231-6435
Close on Monday (on Tuesday if Monday is a national holiday)
Access: Within 1-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Map: Map to Satsuki

10. Edomae Yakiniku Okamoto

10. Edomae Yakiniku Okamoto
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Edomae Yakiniku Okamoto offers great beef cuts with authentic Japanese atmosphere in Asakusa.

One of our favorite is its iki course (JPY 6,500) that includes kimchi, namuru, special salty tongue, beef fillet, harami, and beef sushi as well. You can also order today’s meat platter lunch for JPY 1,200 and beef tongue tororo lunch for JPY 1,300 as well!

■Information
Name: Edomae Yakiniku Okamoto
Address: 1-33-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 11:30-16:00 / 16:00-22:30
Open throughout the year
Access: Within 1-minute walk from Asakusa Station

Map: Map to Edomae Yakiniku Okamoto

Let’s Eat Delicious Yakiniku in Asakusa!

From cheap yakiniku to fancy yakiniku restaurants, Asakusa accommodates many great yakiniku restaurants serving best Japanese beef cuts. So don’t forget to stop by one of these shops when visiting Asakusa!




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