Niku Yokocho

Photo by chris kirkland
Review: Yokocho - The Culinary and Boozy Back Streets of Tokyo
Related Itinerary: 24 Hours in Tokyo - The Definitive Guide
Japanese script: 肉横丁
Area: Shibuya
Access: 433 m from Shibuya Station Fukutoshin Line (C16)Ginza Line (G1)Hanzomon Line (Z1)Yamanote Line (JY20)Keio Inokashira Line (IN1)Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line (DT1)Tōkyū Tōyoko Line (TY1)
0.7 km from Shinsen Station Keio Inokashira Line (IN2)
1.0 km from Meijijingū-mae Station Chiyoda Line (C3)Fukutoshin Line (C15)
Address: Chitose Kaikan 2F, 13−8 Udagawacho, Shibuya, Tokyo [map]
Phone: 03-6416-9929 03-6416-9929
Hours: 17:00 - 27:00
Website: http://shibuyayokocho.com/

If you like meat, Niku Yokocho or “Meat Alley” is where it’s at. An indoor bazaar of various meat eateries with a somewhat street food/festival atmosphere. It has everything from raw beef sushi, to churrasco. The discerning cheapo will plonk down at Niku Rakuen (AKA “Meat Heaven”) for it’s 980yen 100% Wagyu burgers.

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