zenDine Logo

Hisashi Falconer


Japanese: Yakitori

Hisashi Falconer Description

Located in Tokyo, Hisashi Falconer is a renowned restaurant that specializes in chicken cuisine. With its unique name and distinctive decor, this restaurant stands out from other dining establishments in the area. The restaurant has been awarded the Bronze Tabelog Award in 2023, a testament to its exceptional culinary offerings.

At Hisashi Falconer, guests can expect a menu filled with delectable chicken dishes prepared with precision and expertise. From succulent grilled chicken skewers to flavorful chicken hot pots, the restaurant offers a wide range of options to satisfy every palate. The chefs at Hisashi Falconer are masters at bringing out the natural flavors of the chicken, resulting in dishes that are both tender and full of depth.

The restaurant's interior is tastefully decorated, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for diners. The attention to detail is evident in every aspect, from the elegant table settings to the carefully curated artwork adorning the walls. Whether you're looking for a cozy dinner for two or a memorable dining experience with friends and family, Hisashi Falconer is the perfect choice. With its exceptional cuisine, welcoming ambiance, and dedication to culinary excellence, this restaurant truly sets itself apart.

Get Inspired By This Cuisine


Hisashi Falconer Overview


Hisashi Takajo 2-chōme-14-6 Kaminarimon, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0034


+81 (0) 3-3841-4527


3 minute walk from Asakusa Station (Tobu, Toei, Metro).

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 5:00PM-9:00PM
Tue: 5:00PM-9:00PM
Wed: 5:00PM-9:00PM
Thur: 5:00PM-9:00PM
Fri: 5:00PM-9:00PM
Sat: 5:00PM-9:00PM

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Private Dining Room

Hisashi Falconer Reviews

Hisashi Falconer Google Average Rating



There are two main types of duck meat: aigamo and mallard duck.
I've eaten colbert (green-necked mallard duck), which is the highest quality French cuisine, but I've never really liked it. The concept of duck meat has changed at this restaurant.
The mallards here eat only rice among other mallards, and they are particular about closing the shop when they can't secure the quantity for the year.
Since it's summer now, we offer frozen food for winter.
Even though it is called frozen, the duck is frozen at minus 60 degrees during the best time of winter. The way to eat it is simply with Kikkoman soy sauce.
It's simply too good to be true.
It was such a delicious duck.
It's eaten by grilling it on tamahagane, the same material used to make Japanese swords, and it's interesting because the same part can have a variety of flavors depending on the grilling method.
Both the breast and the moto are eaten, but the thigh is precious and has the best taste.
Best frozen duck ever. I would like to visit in winter next time.

It was a feast.


Duck meat is the best. The skill of handling duck has been passed down from the mother of the previous generation. The baking utensils are also made from ironware, such as tin pottery, which is over 300 years old. I heard that most of these were destroyed during World War II, and the few that remain are now being used with care. I'm glad I'm Japanese. I guess only Japanese people cook and eat this way.


I visited because a friend from Asakusa had made a reservation.
I can't forget the sweet smell of roasting duck.

We were able to bring in a variety of alcohol to enjoy.

Learn More About Yakitori

Japanese Finger Food: Ultimate Japanese Appetizer Experience
20 Aug 2023
Basic Japanese Dishes

Discover the world of Japanese finger food, where small bites pack a punch of flavor. From savory edamame to chilled hiyayakko, our guide to the ultimate Japanese appetizer experience unveils a culinary journey of unique tastes. Dive into these delectable treats!

Read More
Yakitori In Japan: Are You Ready For The Skewer Saga?

Uncover the secrets behind Japan's beloved yakitori - from grilling techniques to marinades. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds with this savory street food sensation.

Read More

More Dining Inspiration

Hisashi Falconer-https://d3nrav7vo3lya8.cloudfront.net/profile_photos/yakitori/100p.webp