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ššTorisuki/
Ginza: Yakitori
₯6264-5266
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Pheasant, mallard
duck, Kyoto duck and
guinea fowl are some
of the tasty game
birds featured at
this first-rate
yakitoriya, along
with heritage-breed
Hinai-dori chicken
from Akita Prefec-
ture. The game birds
are beautifully
grilled and pleas-
antly chewy, while
the Hinai-dori gets
top marks for tender
meat.

Torisuki's elegant
Kyoto-style vegeta-
ble dishes here are
also superb - these
are super-deluxe
vegetables unlike
anything you'll find
in a supermarket,
prepared in simple
fashion to show off
their fresh flavors.
The sake list fea-
tures both well-
known premium brands
and smaller craft
breweries; there's
also wine (from
Y5500 per bottle),
shochu and beer.

The dining room is
tastefully decorated
in understated fash-
ion, with a nice
nighttime view look-
ing out over Ginza.
All in all, this is
one of the nicest
places in town to
enjoy top-class
yakitori.

Prix-fixe menus with
multiple skewers and
seasonal side dishes
are priced Y4500-
6000 per person
(minimum two-person
order), while a la
carte skewers start
at Y230. There's a
table charge of
Y650, which gets you
a very nice vegeta-
ble starter. Budget
around Y8000 at
dinnertime for food
and drink, or Y2000-
2800 for thier prix-
fixe lunch menus.
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Chuo-ku, Ginza 5-
2-1, Tokyu Plaza
Ginza 11F.  Open
11am-10:30pm (LO)
daily.
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