zenDine Logo

Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen Ginza 5

Restaurant WebsiteDirections

Japanese: Yakiniku


Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen Ginza 5 Description

Located in the heart of Ginza, Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen is a renowned and long-standing Japanese barbecue restaurant that has been serving customers for over 50 years. What sets this restaurant apart is its commitment to quality and the unique experience it offers to its patrons.

One of the highlights of Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen is its focus on using only the finest ingredients, particularly A5-grade black wagyu beef. The restaurant takes pride in sourcing its beef from a single cow, ensuring that every cut is of the highest quality. This dedication to quality extends to their seasonal menu, which features a combination of wagyu beef and fresh seasonal vegetables, creating a harmonious and flavorful dining experience.

The restaurant's interior exudes a sense of luxury and sophistication, making it an ideal choice for special occasions or business meetings. The attentive and personalized service further enhances the dining experience, making guests feel welcomed and well taken care of.

In addition to their exceptional food and service, Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen also offers an extensive selection of wines and Japanese sake, with over 30 varieties to choose from. This allows guests to find the perfect pairing to complement their meal and elevate their dining experience.

Whether you're a wagyu beef enthusiast or simply looking for a memorable dining experience in Ginza, Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen is a must-visit destination. Indulge in the rich and succulent flavors of their premium wagyu beef, savor the seasonal ingredients, and immerse yourself in the refined ambiance of this iconic Japanese barbecue restaurant.

Get Inspired By This Cuisine

undefined-0
undefined-1
undefined-2
undefined-3
undefined-4

Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen Ginza 5 Overview

Address

3f Bino Ginza 5-chōme-8-9 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061

Phone

+81 (0) 3-5537-3091

Access

2 minute walk from Ginza Station Exit A3 on Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Ginza Line, and Marunouchi Line.
3 minute walk from Higashi-Ginza Station Exit A1 on Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Toei Asakusa Line.
9 minute walk from Yurakucho Station Central Exit on JR Line.
9 minute walk from Shimbashi Station Ginza Exit on JR Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:30AM-11:00PM
Mon: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Tue: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Wed: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Thur: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Fri: 11:30AM-3:30PM, 5:00PM-11:00PM
Sat: 11:30AM-11:00PM

Payment methods

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

Restaurant Features

Home Delivery

Take-out Available

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Craft cocktails

Wheelchair Accessible

Private Dining Room

Family-friendly

Stylish Interior

WiFi Available

Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen Ginza 5 Reviews

Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen Ginza 5 Google Average Rating

4.3

5

Google
The food was so good we went there twice in a row. Great value lunch sets! We ordered the 3type of meat option for only 3000 yen per person. And the quality was good. They offered different 'special' cut on each day.

4

Google
It was overall good but not much service provided. Meat was ok but I won’t say top quality. Myself and my parents ordered the “boat” and beef tongue plus a few others, spent 30,000 JPY which is a little overpriced for the amount of food we got. There’s no explanation of the menu whatsoever, we also wanted to ask what the table next to us ordered but the server just didn’t know. The good thing is that they take walk-ins, so it’s a good last minute choice if you are in Ginza area and don’t have any other reservations.

5

Google
5 ⭐!!

⭐ For food. Order sets or ala cart. The menu is huge. We zeroed in on the gyu tan and beef intestines and a few galbi cuts.

⭐ For service. Very welcoming to non-japanese speakers. English menu, friendly and polite. Fast, too.

⭐ For cleanliness. It's a restaurant in Tokyo. Right in the middle of Ginza. Definitely clean.

⭐ For price. Having just had the ridiculously priced (but ridiculously good) Kobe beef at the next street. This is really good value for quality.

⭐ For "Will I Come Back?" Yes. Yes. Yes, please.

Learn More About Yakiniku

What is the difference between Yakiniku and Korean BBQ?
3 May 2024
Tokyo RestaurantsOsaka RestaurantsBasic Japanese Dishes

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.

Read More

More Dining Inspiration

Tokyo Yakiniku Heijoen Ginza 5-https://d3nrav7vo3lya8.cloudfront.net/profile_photos/yakiniku/29p.webp
undefined-https://d3nrav7vo3lya8.cloudfront.net/profile_photos/yakiniku/211p.webp
undefined-https://d3nrav7vo3lya8.cloudfront.net/profile_photos/yakiniku/56p.webp
undefined-https://d3nrav7vo3lya8.cloudfront.net/profile_photos/yakiniku/164p.webp
undefined-https://d3nrav7vo3lya8.cloudfront.net/profile_photos/yakiniku/51p.webp