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Yakiton Oguni

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Japanese: Izakaya


Yakiton Oguni Description

Located in the bustling neighborhood of Shin-Maruko in Kawasaki City, Yakiton Oguni is a charming and cozy izakaya specializing in yakiton, a popular Japanese grilled skewer dish. With a warm and inviting atmosphere, this restaurant is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a delicious meal with friends or family.

What sets Yakiton Oguni apart from other dining establishments is its focus on yakiton, which consists of various cuts of pork skewered and grilled to perfection. The menu offers a wide selection of yakiton options, including classic favorites like pork belly, chicken thigh, and vegetables. Each skewer is carefully seasoned and grilled over charcoal, resulting in a smoky and flavorful bite.

In addition to yakiton, Yakiton Oguni also offers a variety of other izakaya dishes, such as sashimi, tempura, and grilled seafood. The menu is thoughtfully curated to showcase the best of Japanese cuisine, with an emphasis on fresh and high-quality ingredients.

Whether you're a fan of yakiton or looking to try something new, Yakiton Oguni is a must-visit restaurant for food lovers. With its cozy ambiance, friendly staff, and delicious menu, it's the perfect place to indulge in a satisfying meal and create lasting memories.

Yakiton Oguni Overview

Address

1-chōme-645 Marukodōri, Nakahara Ward, Kanagawa 211-0006

Phone

+81 (0) 44-411-5677

Access

2 minute walk from Shin-Maruko Station.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: Closed
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

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Non-smoking

Yakiton Oguni Reviews

Yakiton Oguni Google Average Rating

4.5

5

Google
Shinmaruko Yakiton Oguni
Google rating 4.5❗

This is a store I've been interested in for a while.
It's always full, but when I visited with a friend, the counter was empty!
A skewer of yakiton is large and filling. It's still delicious 😋
And it’s cheap🤣

5

Google
2023.04
I visited around 7:30 pm on a weekday, but the restaurant was almost full with customers who had made reservations, and I was guided to the counter (about 3 seats).
First, I ordered "Levanegi" for 480 yen while drinking a large bottle of Akahoshi for 580 yen. Live liver tastes great with sake.
What is surprising is that the ``kushiyaki'' (130 yen) is quite large. I don't think there are any other restaurants around here that have meat this big...I was happy that I had entered a good restaurant.
I added beer and received the ``Anchovy Potato'' for 390 yen, and it was delicious with just the right amount of salt and flavor from the anchovies.
It may have been a coincidence, but there were a lot of female customers, and on that day there were only about 3 men, so the place was full.
You can fully enjoy grilled motsu, and the snacks are delicious and the drinks are cheap.
I think it's a convenient store to use as your first stop on a bar hopping trip.

5

Google
I go there two or three times a month.

The ``kashira'' here is the best in the world. I also love the melty nankotsu.

When I visited on 2023/05/13, the price had gone up a little. Still, it was cheap enough and the taste was still great.

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