Sumibi Yakiniku Amon


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A restaurant located in a relatively quiet suburb, an approximate ten-minute walk from the north exit of Ikebukuro Station, Amon serves both items common to most yakiniku restaurants and, additionally, a range of more creative dishes. They offer three different course menus, entitled nami (regular), jyo (special) and tokujyo (extra special), which include fares such as uni-maki (sea urchin rolled in raw meat), aburi-nigiri (seared meat sushi-style), yaki-shabu (thinly sliced seared meat), atsugiri-tan (thick-sliced tongue), vegetables and other organ meats. Furthermore, Amon also offers a range of alternatives, such as hamburgers and ninniku chahan (fried rice with garlic). If you don’t have a particularly big appetite you’ll most likely be more than satisfied with even the nami option.


Arai bldg 1F, 2-69-1 Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo

Transport Ikebukuro station (JR, Tobu Tojo Line, Seibu Ikebukuro Line, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi, Yurakucho, Fukutoshin Lines)

Telephone 03 3981 0304

Open 5pm-2am

Admission Nami ¥3,500; Jyo¥5,500; Tokujyo ¥8,500


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

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