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Japanese: Beef

Kiyoki Hitoshina

Kiyoki Hitoshina Description

Located just a 5-minute walk from Ropponmatsu Station in Fukuoka, Kiyoki Hitoshina is a hidden gem that offers a unique dining experience. As soon as you step inside, you'll be enveloped in a stylish and elegant atmosphere. The restaurant specializes in one signature dish: the Akami Niku Hiresuteki to Donabe Gohan Teishoku, which translates to 'Lean Meat Fillet Steak and Clay Pot Rice Set Meal.'

What sets Kiyoki Hitoshina apart is their dedication to using high-quality ingredients. The rice is freshly milled every morning from pesticide-free rice sourced from a local farmer with 40 years of experience. The meat used in their steak is the highly sought-after New Zealand grass-fed beef, and only the amount needed for the day is prepared. Each piece of steak is carefully and gently cooked on a lava plate, resulting in a tender and flavorful dish.

In addition to the exquisite cuisine, Hitoshi Kiyoshi pays great attention to the presentation of their dishes. The carefully selected tableware enhances the flavors and colors of the ingredients, creating a feast for both the eyes and the palate. Whether you're a steak lover or simply looking for a unique dining experience in Fukuoka, Kiyoki Hitoshina is the perfect place to indulge in a truly memorable meal.

Kiyoki Hitoshina Overview


4-chōme-5-39 Ropponmatsu, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka 810-0044


+81 (0) 92-406-5663


5 minute walk from Ropponmatsu Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-3:30PM
Mon: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Tue: Closed
Wed: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Thur: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Fri: 11:00AM-2:30PM
Sat: 11:00AM-3:30PM

Payment methods

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

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted



Sake Selection

WiFi Available

Stylish Interior

Kiyoki Hitoshina Reviews

Kiyoki Hitoshina Google Average Rating



Roppongi! No, it's Matsuyana, Hakata. It's fairly easy to get to from Hakata Station, but I was excited to try the steak with dashi soup, and the fillet. A menu with just the amount of meat, like 100.150.200. The rice is eaten in an earthenware pot, with different flavors such as rhubarb, mustard, black shichimi, and spicy miso. I'm the only guy who eats a lot of different flavors, has gentle vegetables and tastes, and has a high percentage of girls! The flavored egg goes well with it, you can eat it any way you like, and it was quite delicious! I have to rely on a taxi🚕 or Google to get there!


My long-awaited first visit to a soup stock steak specialty restaurant 🥩

Affiliated stores such as Kiyoshi in Hirao and Osomatsu in Ropponmatsu

I heard it was a popular restaurant, so I made a reservation for 11am.

The only menu is "Dashi Steak and Earthen Pot Set Meal"!
The price changes depending on the amount of meat 🥩

The steak is made only from New Zealand grass.
We use lean meat from grass-raised cows,
I don't like meat with marbling.
This was a simple and delicious meal ♡♡
Soft and not greasy at all
The soup stock tastes good too~

And freshly baked, glossy and fluffy rice.
Miso soup with lots of ingredients is also very delicious!

The great thing about rice is that you get unlimited refills!
Recommended for a luxurious lunch~♪

*Reservations are only available for the 11:00 start time.


[Only 1 menu: dashi steak and earthenware pot rice. Delicious but cost-effective: About 5 minutes walk from Ropponmatsu Station. There is a coiper right in front of you (there are also many a little further away). There are table seats and raised seats, about 15 seats. It's basically lunch only, and there's only one menu. You can only choose the amount of meat, the standard size is 150g. You can have rice in a clay pot and have a second helping of pickles. The dashi steak is really delicious and 150g is plenty to eat, but for only 3,000 yen, you'll be very satisfied! I feel like I can't say that. I'm satisfied with the price of 3,000 yen for Wagyu beef, but...the inside of the store is clean and stylish, and the customer service is good, but I feel like I'm losing points for the cost performance at the end.

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