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Beef Kitchen Yokohama

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Japanese: Yakiniku

Beef Kitchen Yokohama Description

Beef Kitchen Yokohama is a top-notch yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) restaurant located near Yokohama Station in Kanagawa. This restaurant stands out from the rest with its commitment to providing high-quality black wagyu beef and a casual dining experience. The chefs at Beef Kitchen take great care in selecting the finest cuts of black wagyu beef and skillfully prepare them to ensure a stress-free and delicious yakiniku experience for their customers.

What sets Beef Kitchen Yokohama apart is their dedication to homemade dishes, from appetizers to desserts. Each dish is carefully crafted with attention to detail, showcasing the chef's culinary skills and passion for creating mouthwatering flavors. Whether you're dining with friends, family, or for a special occasion like a date or business meeting, Beef Kitchen offers a variety of options to suit your preferences.

One of the unique features of Beef Kitchen Yokohama is their commitment to serving the perfect beer. As a certified 'Kamawa' (divine foam) restaurant, they go above and beyond to ensure the highest quality beer experience. From using special glasses to the precise pouring technique, they strive to enhance the aroma and richness of 'The Premium Malt's' beer. The result is a creamy and smooth beer with a fine, lasting foam that allows you to fully savor the delightful aroma and natural richness of the malt.

Beef Kitchen Yokohama offers a range of courses and menu items to choose from. Their Beef Kitchen Course is a popular choice, featuring a generous selection of 15 dishes that showcase the best of what the restaurant has to offer. For those looking for a complete dining experience, the course includes a variety of cuts of black wagyu beef, along with homemade side dishes. They also offer a lunch set menu on weekends and holidays, allowing you to enjoy a variety of cuts in smaller portions.

With its commitment to quality, attention to detail, and a wide selection of delicious dishes, Beef Kitchen Yokohama is a must-visit for yakiniku enthusiasts and anyone looking for a memorable dining experience.

Beef Kitchen Yokohama Overview


4f Crane Yokohama, 2-chōme-15-3 Tsuruyachō, Kanagawa Ward, Kanagawa 221-0835


+81 (0) 45-313-3629


2 minute walk from Yokohama Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 12:00PM-10:00PM
Mon: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Tue: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Wed: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Thur: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Fri: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Sat: 12:00PM-11:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Craft cocktails





Sake Selection

Stylish Interior

Beef Kitchen Yokohama Reviews

Beef Kitchen Yokohama Google Average Rating



Came here for dinner during our visit to Yokohama, it was highly recommended by a friend who happens to be a native.

Ambience and decor was just right with an open kitchen concept. Large storage bins available underneath your seat and it’s closed off so your jackets/belongings won’t smell like smoke afterwards. Staff was extremely efficient, but super attentive and friendly. We had the beef kitchen course and although the individual portions were a bit small, there were enough courses that we were fully satisfied by the end of the dinner. Everything was fresh and extremely delicious, with some of the best cuts of beef we have ever had, especially given its price point. The highlight was the beef tartare and the ‘sukiyaki beef’, they are to die for! Highly recommended :)


The taste and texture of the meat is amazing. It’s worth the price. Also, the service is very friendly. You better hurry to try them.


A great place to try different kinds of meats for relatively lower price near the Yokohama station. You need to make a reservation. You can make this over the phone. North Exit, walk about 2 mins, go on an elevator to the 4th floor.

You can order things 1 by 1, but chances are you'll just opt for their 4500 yen or 5000 yen set menu. Order a drink and you're probably looking at about $60/person. For the dessert, I recommend getting the Live Gelato where they bring out this bucket and they put on a show for you.

The meat will come out very slowly so you won't be full, but will be satisfied by the end. Enjoy each kind of meat slowly. They're small, but seemed high quality. Marbled, melts in your mouth, tasty, etc.

I like to look for value and at my old age, I don't crave heavy tasty meat sitting in my belly, so I personally wouldn't go back, but if you're feeling like bbq meat. This is a good choice!

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