5 Restaurants in Maginhawa Where You Can Enjoy Good Japanese Food

Maginhawa has always been full of great places to eat, but where do you go when you’ve got a specific craving for Japanese food? HEre are 5 restaurants you might want to check out:

5 Places You Can Enjoy Japanese Food in Maginhawa

5. Takeiya Japanese Restaurant

Takeiya is a welcome addition due to its good food and affordable prices. They don’t skimp on the ingredients, either, and the service is really good. Two thumbs up!

4. Japbox


Japbox Salmon

Photo from Japbox’s Facebook page.

For affordable yet sulit food, visit Japbox where everything on the menu is below Php200! This is where people go when they are on a budget but still want to eat a lot of tempura, Japanese rice and salmon. You will definitely be able to leave Japbox with a full belly and without a major dent in your wallet.

3. Kazoku Japanese Restaurant

Instagram: @kazoku.japanese


Photo from Kazoku’s Facebook page.

All of the food that we’ve tried at Kazoku so far has been extremely good (try the Okonomiyaki!). This can probably be attributed to Chef Moto who is actually from Tokyo. If you love dessert, then you won’t run out of delicious options here, either. We’d highly recommend the Sesame Seed Ice Cream and the Matcha Lava Cake!

Insider tip: Things can get pretty hectic and full at Kazoku during dinner time, so try and go at non-peak hours.

2. go-en – The Japanese Ramen Shop


Go-En Ramen Shoppe

Dubbed as one of the places that offers ‘real’ Japanese food, go-en offers ramen (try their Mabo Ramen!) and cozy interiors reminiscent of Japan – perfect for the current rainy weather. However, they also have gyoza, which is equally delicious, in case you want an add-on to your noodle fix.

Insider Tip: If you can perform Kendama tricks, you can enjoy some discounts from go-en. 😉

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1. Crazy Katsu


Crazy Katsu Chicken Katsu

Photo from Crazy Katsu’s Facebook page.

As its name implies, Crazy Katsu is the perfect place for katsu lovers. Their Chicken Katsu is the BOMB and one of the best that we’ve tasted, but they’ve also got some other great offers on the menu like their Katsudon. If you like your sukiyaki sweet, then you are sure to enjoy their version of it, too. They also have branches in Marikina, BF Homes and Taft, btw. 🙂

Insider tip: If you don’t mind spicy food, eat those chills along with the Chicken Katsu! Yummeh!

What’s your favorite Japanese restaurant in the Metro? Tell us all about it, so we can check it out! 🙂

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