February 04, 2021

Little Tokyo With Love: 5 Japanese Restaurants You Can Visit

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  • Little Tokyo in Makati is a go-to place for getting some of the best Japanese cuisines around the metro. Many people visit this spot to have a bite of Japan.  In this feature article, The Philippine Primer tours you around where you can get your next Japanese feast.

     

    Yakiniku A5 Toku

     Yakiniku A5 Toku/ IMAGE by Philippine Primer

    Gaining popularity as high-end yakinuku restaurant that uses charcoal fire in Ginza, Yakinuku  A5 Toku is now here to serve everyone with A5 rank high-class Japanese black beef. With its relaxing ambiance and open space, the place is ideal for any kind of event such as business meetings, gatherings. and drinking parties. Currently, they are temporarily closed. For more updates, please follow their official Facebook page.   

    Address:  Little Tokyo, 2277 Chino Roces Ave., Amorsolo St, Legazpi Vill., Makati
    Phone: 0999-438-5943/ 0977-435-3357
    Business Hours:  11:30 am – 11:00 pm
    Facebook: YAKINIKUA5TOKU
    Website:  yakiniku-a5-toku-little-tokyo.business.site
    Card:  Accepted
    Cashless payment:  Unavailable
    Smoking: Designated smoking area

    Ramen Shimada

    Ramen Shimada  Tonkotsu Shoyu/ IMAGE by  Philippine Primer 

    Famous for their traditional tonkotsu soy sauce, Ramen Shimada is home to authentic and well-crafted Japanese dishes. They serve delicious food at an affordable price. It starts at P250, which comes with unlimited white rice. Currently, they are closed until further notice. For more updates, please follow their official Facebook page.

    Address:   Little Tokyo, 2277 Chino Roces Ave., Amorsolo St, Legazpi Vill., Makati
    Phone:  0956-041-71810929-613-1281
    Facebook:   ramenshimada
    Website:      ramen-shimada.business.site/

    Okonomiyaki Kagura

    Okonomiyaki Kagura/ IMAGE by  Philippine Primer

    As an established store in Manila, Okonomiyaki Kagura is one of the best spots to dine in Little Tokyo. They serve  Kansai and Hiroshima styles okonomiyaki. Each month, the head of Kagura which came from Okayama and also a secretariat of the Manila Fierce Tigers Association holds a cheering party while watching the broadcast of the Tigers game.

    Address: Little Tokyo, 2277 Chino Roces Ave., Amorsolo St, Legazpi Vill., Makati
    Phone:  0912-858-1635 0915-773-9607
    Business Hours: 12:30 pm – 9:00 pm (closed on Monday)
    Facebook:  KaguraOkonomiyaki
    Website: kagura.ph-co.jp
    Card:  Unavailable
    Cashless payment: Unavailable
    Smoking: Designated smoking area

    Izakaya Oishinbo

    Izakaya Kenshin Takiniku Nabe/ IMAGE by  Philippine Primer

    Izakaya in Little Tokyo will remind you of downtown Japan. Once inside, you’ll see a lot of dishes that will practically make you feel you’re in Japan. They make their own yakitori sauce for their meats and their pickled Chinese cabbage and ginger for their sushi.

    Address: Little Tokyo, 2277 Chino Roces Ave., Amorsolo St, Legazpi Vill., Makati
    Phone:  0927-345-2154
    Business Hours: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
    Facebook:  Honarijapaneserestaurant
    Website:  oishinbo.business.site/
    Card:  Accepted
    Cashless payment: Accepted
    Smoking: Non-smoking

    Hana

    Hana Restaurant/IMAGE by  Philippine Primer 

    Hana is a Japanese restaurant easily recognizable by the Takoyaki grill by the entrance. They serve a wide variety of Japanese food such as sushi, tempura, yakitori, noodles, snacks, and bento boxes. Takoyaki is highly recommended by customers. It became a popular item and is now a staple food.

    Address:  Little Tokyo, 2277 Chino Roces Ave., Amorsolo St, Legazpi Vill., Makati
    Phone: 0927-221-97110956-556-8501
    Business Hours:  1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Facebook: Hana.Restaurant.Little.Tokyo.Makati
    Card:  Unavailable
    Cashless payment: Unavailable
    Smoking: Smoking seat (up to 2 hours), a smoking area designated


    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s English and Japanese Magazines February 2021 issue

               
               
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