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Japanese: Yakiniku


Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Izumino Description

Located in the heart of Tokyo, Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Izumino is a hidden gem that offers a truly exceptional dining experience. This restaurant specializes in yakiniku, a Japanese style of charcoal-grilled meat, and also serves as an izakaya and wine bar. What sets Izumino apart from other dining establishments is their commitment to providing top-quality A5 rank wagyu beef sourced from various regions in Japan.

The menu at Izumino features a wide selection of mouthwatering dishes, including their signature cuts such as Tan-kuppa (tongue), Imo-ue (sweet potato), Harami (skirt steak), and Yakiniku Bibimbap. Each cut of meat is carefully chosen to ensure the utmost flavor and tenderness. The restaurant's skilled chefs have over 20 years of experience in the art of yakiniku, guaranteeing that every bite is a culinary delight.

The restaurant itself boasts a stylish and cozy atmosphere, making it the perfect place to unwind and indulge in a memorable dining experience. With its convenient location just a 5-minute walk from Tokyo Station and a 3-minute walk from Nihonbashi Station, Izumino is an ideal spot for both locals and tourists alike. Whether you're looking for a romantic dinner for two or a gathering with friends and family, Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Izumino is sure to exceed your expectations.

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Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Izumino Overview

Address

B1f Nefini Hombashi 4-2-3-chōme Nihonbashi, Chuo City, Tokyo 103-0027

Phone

+81 (0) 3-6262-5829

Access

5 minute walk from Tokyo Station.
3 minute walk from exit B3 of Nihonbashi Station.
325m from Nihonbashi Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
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: 5:00PM-11:00PM

Payment methods

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

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Craft cocktails

Sake Selection

Non-smoking

Stylish Interior

Family-friendly

Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Izumino Reviews

Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Izumino Google Average Rating

5

5

Google
Reservation highly recommended unless you go at 5 pm.
I ordered 4 plates of meat for myself, here’s what I recommend:
1. Premium beef tongue 2,400 yen - the texture is not tough at all vs. the regular which I also got (I had to eat a piece in a single bite lol)
2. Premium (Japanese) skirt steak 2,400 - nicely marbled without being too fatty

I also got kalbi, a taste you’d be familiar with but a little too sweet for my liking and the high sugar content also messed up the grill very fast.

The waiters couldn’t really speak English but they’re still helpful.

5

Google
One of the best meal we had on our Japan trip. Amazing quality meat that was grilled over charcoal (very rare for a restaurant to use charcoal nowadays), really friend staff, and out of this world flavors! Highly recommend if you’re in Tokyo! It was so good, we went back again on our last night in tokyo!

5

Google
Terrific little place! Charcoal grill on the table (which is amazing), very accommodating service even though we don’t speak Japanese.
Food is incredible (ordered lots of tongue, tritip, garlic rice and sirloin sukiyaki, yam kimchi as highlights)
Will be a little tradition for us from now on when in Tokyo to visit Izumino-san and his family!

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Learn about the vibrant world of East Asian grilling traditions with our exploration of Yakiniku and Korean BBQ. These two distinct styles showcase unique approaches to grilling: Yakiniku, from Japan, focuses on the simplicity and flavors of finely cut meats grilled over charcoal or gas, while Korean BBQ, known for its marinated meats and bold seasonings, offers a rich tapestry of flavors cooked over a similar flame. Uncover the nuances that define these culinary arts and enrich your dining experience.

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