Saturday, January 13, 2018

Yakiniku Toraji

Landon actually started studying the menu for Toraji Restaurant months before our trip.  You can check out the menu here


The restaurant was about 2 minutes walk from our hotel if you know where you're going. It took us about 5. There was a sign-up sheet in the front, but we only had to wait about 10 minutes.

Landon knew exactly what he wanted and in no time at all we were grilling up some wagyu. 




The grill had vents all around it so that the smoke was immediately sucked up as the meat cooked. Cool yah!

The meal was fabulous. If you're ever in the Ikebukuro Sunshine City area you should check it out.


Leslie's pics said...

that looks soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo delicious!

Chet Colson said...

Wish we had more time in Yokohama,seemed less intense as Tokyo.Will that place on the bucket list.

Anonymous said...

Oh My! I'm drooling looking at your pics. I can only imagine how tender and tasty it was. So how did you survive the missle scare this morning? Unbelievable how long it took for them to tell the public it was a false alarm. SMH.


Kalin's Mommy said...

Wow, looks oishi! Delete my previous comment, I think Kalin signed in and didn't sign out.

jalna said...

Ahahaha, Les, it waaaaaaaaaaaaas!

Chet, good item for bucket list!!

Izsmom, my heart was beating fast for awhile, but I didn't panic because I was waiting for the siren before panicking.

Mich, you guys would enjoy it there!

Susan said...

My wagyu experience in Kyoto was mediocre compared to yours!!!

Squidy said...

Btw is waygu Japanese for vegan meat?

Amazing how it looks sooooo
Cow like;p

Honolulu Aunty said...

Oh, too ono looking. Can't stand it. Too ono.

Dd said...

ahhh good....2 carrots !! ;-}

jalna said...

Awwww too bad, Susan.

Yup, Squidy.

Aunty, exactly!

LOL, Dd!

Kay said...

Oh gosh! That looks so darn awesome. My mouth is watering.

K and S said...

looks great!

jalna said...

LOL, Kay,

Kat, hope you get to try it someday.