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Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka

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Japanese: Yakiniku, Izakaya

Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka Description

Located in Shibuya, Tokyo, Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka is a unique and inviting restaurant that specializes in high-quality Japanese-style barbecue, known as yakiniku. What sets this restaurant apart is its commitment to providing customers with the finest cuts of black wagyu beef, prepared with precision and attention to detail. The skilled chefs at Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka take great care in selecting and preparing each cut of beef, ensuring that every bite is tender, flavorful, and unforgettable.

From appetizers to desserts, every dish at Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka is made from scratch, showcasing the restaurant's dedication to quality and taste. The menu offers a variety of mouthwatering options, including the popular Beef Kitchen Course, a 15-course feast that showcases the best of what the restaurant has to offer. This course is perfect for special occasions, dates, or business meetings, and includes unlimited refills of namul, a traditional Korean side dish.

In addition to its exceptional food, Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka also takes pride in its beer selection. The restaurant is a certified 'Kamawa' establishment, meaning it has mastered the art of pouring the perfect beer. The staff pays meticulous attention to detail, using specialized glasses and pouring techniques to enhance the aroma and flavor of each beer. Whether you're a beer enthusiast or simply looking to enjoy a refreshing drink, the beer at Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka is sure to impress.

With its commitment to quality, attention to detail, and mouthwatering menu, Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka is a must-visit destination for meat lovers and food enthusiasts alike. Whether you're looking for a casual meal or a memorable dining experience, this restaurant offers a unique and delicious taste of Japanese-style barbecue in the heart of Shibuya.

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Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka Overview


2f Shibuya Stream 3-chōme-21-3 Shibuya, Shibuya City, Tokyo 152-0002


+81 (0) 3-6805-1539


2 minute walk from Shibuya Station
3 minute walk from Shibuya Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 12:00PM-10:00PM
Mon: 12:00PM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Tue: 12:00PM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Wed: 12:00PM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Thur: 12:00PM-2:30PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Fri: 12:00PM-2:30PM, 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



Private Dining Room


Sake Selection

WiFi Available

Wheelchair Accessible

Stylish Interior

Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka Reviews

Butcher's Kitchen Shibuya Miyamasuzaka Google Average Rating



Stumbled upon this place and decided to eat here in despite of the low ratings since we were super hungry. They have a course menu but we opted for a la carte. They have multiple selection of wagyu beefs to choose from and the price is not too expensive. We likes every cuts we ordered. Everything was tender and has nice marbling. My favorite was the misuji and karubi. However, we wouldn’t recommend the Korean dishes. Kimchi soup and cold noodles are far from what it should be. The staff were super helpful and good at English. He happily explained everything to us without frustration. But the food was a bit slow as they serve each plate at a time. I think it’s a pretty decent place for a casual yakiniku with good price.


This place was recommended and lived up to the hype. Meat quality was great and service was very fast. The potted meat special was especially good. Will need scissors for some dishes but is still great experience. The all you can drink is really cool, you make your own as strong as you like. Will definitely recommend to anyone looking for yakiniku in Shibuya area!


Second time here, and the lunch set is our go to! Service is stellar and the all meats were so yummy with a slice of lemon on the side and egg soup.😋

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