No frills about this place, the simplicity of food is accentuated here. They do it right and seem to be doing so for a long time. “Take” the owner sits in the middle like the captain of this ship. Moving as he pleases and adding...More
As most of the posts on Take-Chan comment on, this is the real deal as far as eating yakatori in Ginza with the locals goes. The staff's average age must be in the seventies but they do try very hard to please despite the language...More
A friend highly recommended this restaurant so we thought we would give it a try. It is located on a side street behind Mitsukoshi Dept. Store. It is so tiny we didn't see it at first and actually had to ask for help finding it....More
Nice spot for a quick dinner after arriving from NYC. They made an effort to use the English they knew, however, knowledge of some Japanese made it much easier to order. They appreciated our effort and were polite. The food was very tasty and hot!
Looking for Yakitori in Ginza area? just go this place. please. I know there are seemingly attractive cheap Yakitori places under the rail way, -don't jump on these traps.. this place is pretty famous for its cheaper price with good quality. has been running more...More
This small restaurant was full all the time. We first went there at around 6:30pm, there was a long queue waiting outside already. We then tried again at around 7:15pm and luckily after waiting for 10-15 mins, we got the seats. Just like what the...More
If you like Japanese YAKITORI, you'd better try this restaurant. As it is written in other review, they do not speak in English but they try to communicate with foreign people. Although this restaurant is located in the Ginza , it is very reasonable price...More
This place is amazing: a small 35-seater that puts you up close and personal with the friendly chefs cooking your meal. While they don't speak much English, there's an English menu offering a full 8-stick meal (¥2200), or a half 5-stick meal(¥1500). The 8-stick meal...More