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Yakitori Takahashi

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Yakitori Takahashi Description

Located in Tokyo's Nihonbashi district, Yakitori Takahashi is a hidden gem for lovers of Japanese cuisine. Specializing in yakitori, a traditional Japanese style of grilled skewered chicken, this restaurant offers a unique dining experience that sets it apart from other establishments in the area.

The interior of Yakitori Takahashi is simple yet elegant, with a cozy and welcoming atmosphere. The skilled chefs behind the counter showcase their mastery of the grill as they expertly cook each skewer to perfection. The aroma of the sizzling chicken fills the air, tantalizing your taste buds and building anticipation for the delicious meal to come.

The menu at Yakitori Takahashi features a wide variety of yakitori options, from classic favorites like chicken thigh and wings to more adventurous choices such as chicken liver and heart. Each skewer is carefully seasoned and grilled to bring out the natural flavors of the chicken. Don't miss the restaurant's signature dish, the Tsukune, a juicy chicken meatball skewer that is bursting with flavor.

What truly sets Yakitori Takahashi apart is their commitment to using only the highest quality ingredients. The chicken used in their yakitori is sourced from local farms, ensuring that each bite is fresh and flavorful. The chefs take great pride in their craft, and their attention to detail is evident in every dish they serve.

Whether you're a seasoned yakitori enthusiast or new to this traditional Japanese cuisine, Yakitori Takahashi is a must-visit restaurant in Tokyo. Immerse yourself in the rich flavors and warm ambiance as you indulge in the art of yakitori grilling.

Yakitori Takahashi Overview


2-ch艒me-10-11 Nihonbashi, Chuo City, Tokyo 103-0027


+81 (0) 3-3527-9501


1 minute walk from Nihonbashi Station

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Tue: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Wed: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Thur: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Fri: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Sat: 5:00PM-9:00PM

Payment methods

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

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted


Yakitori Takahashi Reviews

Yakitori Takahashi Google Average Rating



My favorite


It can be seen that solid training at a shop can be directly acquired as a skill. Each piece of yakitori is heated to the perfect temperature.

The location is a bit difficult to find as it is in a building.
When you exit the elevator, you will see the entrance to the store. It's best to make a reservation since it's basically a reservation system, but they also accept reservations on the day.

It's an omakase course, and it continues until you tell it to stop.
Yakitori carefully grilled. You can still enjoy the flavor of the chicken by preserving the meat juices.

The seasoning is just right. It also seems to go well with Japanese sake.
To finish your meal, you can choose oyakodon or minced rice. If you can eat it, you can have both.
Eating and drinking costs around 15,000 yen per person. Considering the location, atmosphere, and taste of yakitori, I think the cost performance is quite good.


2023/02/11 Yakitori Takahashi

I invited some drinking friends to go to Yakitori Takahashi in Nihonbashi.

A certain yakitori shop owner had raved about it, so I was curious and went there.

It's a course, and it's a stop system, so after 10, I told them I'd like to have about 3 more.

The potato salad I received with my chopsticks was delicious. You can enjoy the deliciousness of the potatoes without much of a mayo taste.

The main ingredient in the skewers is salt. Once the liver has been dipped in the sauce, it seems like you should season it with salt.

Personally, I quite like heart, celery, and tsukune.

To finish your meal, you can choose Oyakodon or Soborodon. I chose my favorite oyakodon.

I like the half-boiled feel 馃挄

I want to make a reservation again 鈾

銉籄ppetizer (breast meat flavored with straw)
銉籆hopstick rest
銉籑eat miso
路Brussels sprouts
路Breast meat
銉籗hiitake mushroom
路potato salad
銉籅ird soup

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