Yakiniku: Niku-Azabu in Roppongi | Information and Reviews

Recommended restaurant in Roppongi this time is Yakiniku: Niku-Azabu.

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Restaurant’s Name (Japanese) ニクアザブ
Business Hours Mon – Fri
6 PM ~ 3 AM (LO: 2 AM)
Sat, Sun, and Holidays
3 PM ~ 3 AM (LO: 2 AM)
Category Yakiniku Restaurant
Budget ¥4,000 ~ up
TEL +81-3-5411-2929
Address 2F Roppongi Erville, 4-10-7 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Business Holiday None
Access Roppongi Station
Seats 36
Credit Card VISA, MasterCard, Diners, American Express, JCB
Smoking Establishment Yes


Get off at Roppongi station (Hibiya line, Oedo line), it will only take you a minute on foot to get there.

The exterior part of the restaurant is indeed typical and all made of glass walls, and the good thing is, the restaurant’s name is readable to all customers. Long lines can happen sometimes especially on peak hours and weekends.


“Dining Area”

The dining area is indeed neat-looking and a little spacious compared to other branches. It’s surely a very comfortable place to dine alone, with your family, with friends, or even for dating. There are about 14 counter seats and 22 table seats for customers accommodation.

I love how this wooden-theme makes the atmosphere so relaxing and it’s properly ventilated. This restaurant is widely known so expect it to be loud and crowded.

Recommended Menu

“Menu guide”

This place is really best known for its appetizing yakiniku set. Most of the customers would say that the wagyu beef and other kinds of meat are melting right before you even notice. Their scrumptious meat birthday celebration cake is truly one of a kind and definite,ly a must try!

Additional information

・Family friendly and kids are welcome.

・Reservations can be done thru their online website and it’s available for 24 hours.

・Services offered:
Available for takeout and private party accommodation.

Drink-all-you-can menu.

・Cons: limited space

People’s Review

Pigging out on wagyu at yakiniku joint Nikuazabu, washed down with Suntory. Will pay for it tomorrow. 😬🥩 #tokyo #yakiniku #overeat #toxed

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