Reserve Toritama in Shirokane Yakitori Restaurant in Tokyo!

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Toritama is a stylish hideout serving yakitori. Guests can watch chefs grilling unusual parts of chicken and discover how the intense heat of charcoal woods turns these parts into tasteful delicacies! Visit Toritama and enjoy a culinary journey!

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  • Try unusual parts of chicken you won’t find in your home country!
  • Discover the different flavors and textures of each part of chicken!
  • A great place for those who like to dine in a casual atmosphere!
  • Watch how chefs prepare juicy yakitori!
  • Enjoy yakitori at one of the hardest restaurants to reserve in Tokyo!

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Toritama, Tokyo


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If we are unable to secure a reservation for you, you will be fully refunded.


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Review (1)

  • Jeffrey Jeffrey

    The experience was amazing but a reservation wasn't necessary

    I had an excellent meal here and GoVoyagin was very helpful. This is a spectacular yakitori restaurant that specializes in all things chicken (also offering chicken noodle dishes, rice dishes, and chicken sashimi). The yakitori is executed perfectly and there is a very extensive menu. With two drinks, pickles, some soup, and a whole lot of skewers (chicken, pork, vegetables) my meal came out to about 9000 yen.

    The only thing is, I didn't need a reservation after all. When I walked in and said my name they didn't even check to see if I was in the books, and throughout the night there were always a few free seats and plenty of people trickled in without a reservation. And this was on a Saturday night! So only use this service if you want to 100% guarantee a seat.

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