4 Japanese Restaurants That You Have To Try

We all love eating and many of us love Japanese restaurants. That’s why there is always a long line at the sushi and tempura sections in buffets! Here are some of our favorite restaurants that you should check out:

4 Japanese Restaurants That You Have To Try

Urameshi-ya

When it comes to Japanese food, Makati’s Little Tokyo is a gem. It is the home of restaurants that serve authentic Japanese food, whether it’s noodles, sushi or yakitori. If you fancy wagyu beef cubes and seafoods, Urameshi-ya offers an eat-all-you-can promo for only Php500!

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Urameshi-ya / 2277, Little Tokyo, Amorsolo Street, Makati

Zensho

What’s better than Japanese food? Eat-all-you-can Japanese food! Tepanyaki, sushi, tempura and everything else you can think of! Lunch is at P595+ and dinner is at P695+. The restaurant can be quite full during those hours, though, so don’t forget to call for a reservation beforehand.

5 Japanese Restaurants That You Have To Try

Zensho / 168 Tomas Morato Tomas Morato, Quezon City

Nanbantei of Tokyo

If you like Yakitori, Nanbantei of Tokyo is the place you should visit. Their Teishoku meal sets only cost Php350 and already come with 4 yakitori sticks, gohan, miso soup, California maki and tempura! You can also order ala carte yakitori sticks for Php75 to Php260, which are served with 2 sticks per order. Don’t forget to try our personal favorite: Butabara!

Indulge Yourself With The Best Yakitori at Nanbantei of Tokyo

Nanbantei of Tokyo / 757 4130 to 31 / Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati

Genki

If you like sushi, Genki is your restaurant to visit. The sushi train is just one reason why you should pay them a visit. They now have 3 branches: Bonifacio Stopover, UP Town Center and Ayala Malls the 30th. Aside from sushi, they have a good number of noodles, drinks and desserts that you can choose from.

Read more about Genki here.

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Genki / 0949 866 2624 / 2nd floor Bonifacio Stopover, BGC, Taguig

What’s your favorite Japanese food? What is your favorite restaurant? Share it with us in the comments section!






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