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Tsura To Kimo Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Iwashige

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Tsura To Kimo Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Iwashige Description

Located in Tamachi, Tokyo, Tsura to Kimo Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Iwashige is a unique and captivating restaurant that offers a delightful dining experience. The restaurant specializes in yakiniku, a Japanese style of grilling meat, and is known for its high-quality ingredients and expertly grilled dishes.

One of the standout features of Tsura to Kimo is its focus on rare cuts of meat. The restaurant takes pride in serving dishes such as the 'Gokujou no Reba' (premium liver) and 'Tsurami' (beef cheek), which are considered delicacies in the world of yakiniku. These rare cuts are grilled to perfection over charcoal, resulting in a melt-in-your-mouth texture and rich flavors.

The restaurant's interior exudes a nostalgic charm with its Showa retro-style decor. Guests can enjoy their meal in a cozy and inviting atmosphere, surrounded by traditional Japanese elements. Whether you're looking for a casual dinner or a special occasion, Tsura to Kimo offers a versatile dining experience that caters to all tastes.

In addition to its exceptional menu, Tsura to Kimo also offers a range of dining options. The restaurant welcomes group gatherings and has a second-floor seating area that can be reserved for private events. They also offer a self-service all-you-can-drink option, allowing guests to enjoy their favorite beverages alongside their delicious grilled meats.

If you're a fan of yakiniku or looking to try something new and exciting, Tsura to Kimo is the perfect destination. With its focus on rare cuts of meat, charming ambiance, and versatile dining options, this restaurant sets itself apart from others in the area.

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Tsura To Kimo Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Iwashige Overview


5-chōme-26-1 Shiba, Minato City, Tokyo 108-0014


+81 (0) 3-6876-3579


3 minute walk from Tamachi Station
3 minute walk from Mita Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 4:00PM-10:30PM
Mon: 4:00PM-10:30PM
Tue: 4:00PM-10:30PM
Wed: 4:00PM-10:30PM
Thur: 4:00PM-10:30PM
Fri: 4:00PM-10:30PM
Sat: 12:00PM-2:00PM, 4:00PM-10:30PM

Payment methods

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

Restaurant Features

Take-out Available

Reservations Accepted



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Tsura To Kimo Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Iwashige Reviews

Tsura To Kimo Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Iwashige Google Average Rating



Unassuming shop front for this yaki-niku joint.

Not a phrase that can often genuinely be used, but it applies here - "cheap but good quality meat". They also have top-notch black beef available.

Japanese menus, but staff would definitely be willing to help if you didn't speak or read Japanese. Super-quick and friendly service, too.

If you go between 17:00 and 19:00, they also do highball for 39 (yes, thirty-nine) yen! Not bad.

Seating is over 2 floors. The place is narrow, but highly-recommended.


[Mita] “Tsura to Kimo Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Sardine”
My first visit to ``Tsura to Kimo Charcoal-grilled Yakiniku Iwashige'' is supervised by the very popular restaurant ``Yakiniku Hiromiya'', which is known to all yakiniku lovers.
The Omakase course is overwhelmingly cost-effective at 4,400 yen, with unlimited rice, soup, and raw eggs. (Self-service on the 2nd floor)

Kimoyaki is so-called liver, but you can tell it's fresh because of the sharp edges. Bold cut!!
There are two types of Tsurami sashimi: broiled Tsurami sashimi and broiled Tsurami yukhoe. It has quite a strong seasoning, so it seems best to eat it on white rice.
With unlimited refills of rice, it's easy to end up eating too much, but you'll want to leave room in your stomach for the curry and rice to finish. . .
(I ended up eating two bowls)

The grilled dishes include salt-grilled turmeric, special tongue, special short ribs, and special loin.
The salt-grilled Tsurami is quite thin and surprisingly salty. The quality of the tongue is also more than adequate considering the price of the course.

You can choose the size of the meat curry to finish. They brought (small, medium, and large) bowls.
I ordered inside, but this was still more than enough volume. A luxurious beef curry with plenty of guinea meat.

I am very satisfied with this amount. Even if you go to a cheaper chain store, it will cost about the same...
A yakiniku restaurant that will definitely fill you up!

[Similar to Omakase course]
-Two types of appetizers (bean sprout namul, Chinese cabbage kimchi)
2 types of turami sashimi (broiled turami sashimi, broiled turami yukhoe)
• Salt-grilled turmeric and special tongue
•Special Kalbi and Special Loin
•Special stew of levanilla
•Meat curry
*Rice, soup, and raw eggs free of charge/unlimited refills


Tsura and Kimo Mita/Tamachi
Always delicious meat! Satisfaction is high with the Omakase average course.
As the name suggests, Tsurami and Kimo (liver) are the main dishes, but ribs are definitely delicious. It's going to be a lot of belly bread, so please be sure to go hungry.
I like to eat the special ribs on the curry that contains tender meat.
It would be nice to be able to ask for a course even on the same day~
The second floor seats have all-you-can-drink, so you can't help but drink too much.

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