Oyaji no Ototo


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The name of this yakiniku (grilled meat) eatery means 'Dad's Brother', which makes sense when considering that the place is an offshoot of the original Oyaji ('Dad') in Aoyama-itchome. The speciality here is offal - try the beef omasum (a stomach component) or pork aorta for a unique experience, or go for the flavoured small intestine as a safe choice.


Bells Akasaka B1F, 3-13-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Telephone 090-6476-4129

Open 6pm-1.30am / closed Sun & holidays


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