February 04, 2021

6 Japanese Establishments Outside Little Tokyo That You Should Visit

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  • “The best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach” is a saying that never gets old every February.  It’s the time of the year again where love (and food) makes the world go around. And since the beginning time, love has always been committed to food. Their relationship to each other can be felt whenever you taste a meal that is served and prepared with love. Through food, love can be preserved and withstand the test of time. It can be passed from one generation to another, like recipes and traditional dishes. 

    That’s why the Philippine Primer is here to serve you with a list of Japanese restaurants you can find around Little Tokyo in Makati to experience their love to serve great food.

    Sekitori Japanese Restaurant

    Sekitori/IMAGE by Philippine Primer 

    Sekitori is an authentic nabe restaurant that is owned by a former sumo wrestler. They are known for serving hot pot with dozens of ingredients and freshly prepared every day. Aside from the hotpot, there are 150 dishes you can choose from.  Nagasaki Cyanpon Udon ( P330) is highly recommended. It has vegetables and chewy homemade udon noodles. Its broth is used for the hotpot. For dessert, try their Basque Cheesecake for  P180.

    Address: 2277 Little Tokyo Complex, Chino Roces Ave., Makati
    Phone: 02-8816-7608 / 8894-3876
    Business Hours: 11:00 am – 2:30 pm / 5:00 pm – 9:30 pm
    Facebook: Japanese Restaurant Sekitori
    Website:  www.sekitori.asia/
    Card: Accepted
    Cashless payment: Unavailable
    Smoking: Smoking seats available



    Seryna/IMAGE by  Philippine Primer

    Seryna is known for its freshly made sashimi and sushi. They offer take-out, even on lockdowns. They have plenty of choices from lunch boxes to a la carte grilled dishes. Try their Sukiyaki Gozen (Php 480) or Chirashi Sushi (Php 720).

    Address:  2277 Little Tokyo Complex, Fernando St. Chino Roces Ave. Makati
    Phone:  02-8894-3855/0916-514-2355
    Business Hours:   11:00 am – 2:00 pm: 12:00 am – 7:00 pm (Mon to Thu);  11: 00 am to 2:00 pm: 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm  (Fri to Sat)
    Facebook:  SerynaPH
    Card:  Accepted
    Cashless payment: Unavailable
    Smoking: Non-smoking  


    Iseya Food Store

    Iseya/IMAGE by  Philippine Primer

    Iseya Food Store is a Japanese food store that opened along Chino Roces Avenue. They offer instant and frozen foods. Soy sauce and mirin are available and sold in a large capacity of 1.8 liters. It has a good selection of other items and it’s convenient for small purchases. 

    Address:  2277 Little Tokyo Complex, Fernando St. Chino Roces Ave. Makati
    Phone:   0927-327-4475 / 0908 738 2554
    Business Hours:  10:00 am – 10:00 pm
    Facebook: Iseya Food Store
    Card:  Unavailable
    Cashless payment:  Unavailable
    Smoking: Non-smoking  



    Kikufuji/IMAGE by  Philippine Primer

    Since 1995, Kikufuji has served countless customers and grown its reputation. The restaurant’s interior is a tatami room with big tables. It’s also a Japanese izakaya and has a capacity of 170-180 seats and has 5 private rooms with a maximum of 12 seats.

    Address:   2277 Little Tokyo Complex, Fernando St. Chino Roces Ave. Makati
    Phone:    02-8893-7319/02-8893-6131
    Business Hours: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Facebook:   Kikufuji Izakaya
    Card:   Unavailable
    Cashless payment:  Accepted
    Smoking:  Non-smoking



    Yamazaki/IMAGE by  Philippine Primer

    Established in 1998, Yamazaki is a Japanese store and a restaurant. They offer affordable Japanese dishes like ramen and lunch boxes. Besides Japanese instant foods, seasonings, and frozen foods, the food store also sells fresh vegetables and fish fillets.

    Address:  2277 Fernando Street Corner Pasong Tamo Street 1231 Makati, Philippines
    Phone:   02-8296-7798 / 02-8893-2163 /-0929-395 0512 / 0916-660-5324
    Business Hours: 9:00 am- 9:00 pm (food store) / 9:00 am – 8:30 pm (restaurant)
    Facebook: YamazakiRamenHouse
    Card:   Unavailable
    Cashless payment:  Unavailable
    Smoking: Non-smoking 


    Shinjuku Ramen

    Shinjuku/IMAGE by  Philippine Primer

    Shinjuku Ramen is famous for serving  50 kinds of noodles such as ramen, tsukemen, udon, and yakisoba.

    Address: 2277 Chino Roces Avenue 1230 Makati, Philippines
    Phone:  0999-968-1052 / 02-8935-9434
    Business Hours:  11:00 am – 9:00 pm
    Facebook:  Shinjukuramenhouse
    Card:  Accepted
    Cashless payment:  Unavailable
    Smoking: Non-smoking


    Local Market Pio del Pilar Public Market

    Pio del Pilar Public Market/IMAGE by  Philippine Primer

    Go straight on the street of Jukai (V.A. Rufino) in the opposite direction of Legazpi Village and turn right at the third corner to the local market. It’s a small market with securities that sells fresh vegetables, fruits, seafood, and meat. Also, take a walk in broad daylight

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

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