Updated： November 28, 2018
5 Great Places For All-You-Can-Eat Yakiniku In Shinbashi
The all-you-can-eat courses introduced in this article range in price from about ¥3,000 to ¥8,000. There are also some all-you-can-drink options and some courses that include some excellent quality Japanese beef.
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The all-you-can-eat courses are a bit on the expensive side (¥6,000 to ¥8,000) but Tokuju is known for its excellent quality. The ¥6,000 course includes 16 menu items (including wagyu karubi, aged wagyu, and innards), whereas the ¥8,000 course has 25 items to choose from, including gyutan (beef tongues) which are a Japanese delicacy you should try at least once.
Aburiya Musashi 炙屋武蔵
This restaurant is at a 5-minute from the Ginza Exit of the Shinbashi Station. You can have an all-you-can-eat course that includes A5 wagyu (highest rank of Japanese beef) for ¥6,200 for men and ¥5,200 for women. The all-you-can-eat courses have a limit of 90 minutes.
This yakiniku restaurant has an all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink course that is only ¥3,980 for 2 hours. What's more, it includes some fine quality domestic beef from Kagoshima Prefecture. The drink menu includes some good red and white wines to pair with your meat.
Shimbashi Yakiniku Ryu 新橋 焼肉 龍
All-you-can-eat courses here start at ¥2,980 (16 menu items). For an additional ¥980, you can add the all-you-can-drink option as well. If you want something of better quality, you can opt for the ¥3,980 or ¥4,980 courses that both include Japanese wagyu beef. The courses have a time limit of 90 minutes.
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