Toriyoshi - Best yakitori restaurants in Asakusa


Restaurant: 浅草 鶏よし (ASAKUSA TORIYOSHI)
Address: 1-8-2, Asakusa, Taitou-ku, Tokyo, 111-0032
Phone: 03-3844-6262

Open Hour: Lunch Mon-Sat 11:30~14:00(L.O. 13;30), Dinner Mon-Fri 17:00~23:00(L.O.22:30), Sat 17:00-22:30 (22:00)

Close: Sunday

Price: [Lunch] 800Yen, [Dinner] 2,900Yen

Nearest Station: Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Asakusa Station No. 1 Exit On foot 5 minute 
Credit Card: VISA, Master, UC, DC, Diners, Amex, JCB, NICOS, MUFG
Seats: 72 seats
Menu: English speaking staff available

 

This restaurant is well known for its high quality that makes most of the locals say "it was delicious".  Making yakitori different from a normal grilled chicken is the perfect balance of the heat temperature, grilling time, and the timing to flip, by the masters of Yakitori and their secret sauce that gives you the taste you will never forget.  You can start out with a set of 5 skewers (2,100yen with 5 skewers, salad and soup or Chazuke (rice in soup).
During lunch time, Oyakodon is also a good choice. It was chosen the grand prix in a competition to choose the best bowl in the district. Offered only for 1,000yen, you should give it a try!

Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 290m, 3mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : Kaminari Gate (Tokyo Metro Asakusa Station)

・Steps to follow : 1 - 4

 



1. We guide you from Kaminari Gate today. 

Facing Kaminari Gate, turn to left to start your way.  



2. Walk straight for 290 meters and you will find your destination to your right.  


3. This is the picture of the 3rd crossing. 1st and 3rd street looks exactly the same, so don't be mistaken! The restaurant is almost there. Keep walking straight.  


4.  Enjoy your meal at 浅草 鶏よし (ASAKUSA TORIYOSHI)!

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