Teppanyaki is a very popular cuisine in Japan. You’ll be amazed at how the chefs of some high-class restaurants prepare and cook the food. They even do some fancy maneuvers to entertain their guests while waiting for the food to be cooked.

The art of grilling on the iron plate has evolved over the years, and some restaurants go out of their way to develop new recipes for their guests. The ingredients of Teppanyaki vary depending on your order. The popular teppanyaki ingredients are beef, shrimp, chicken, lobsters, scallops, vegetables and some even add noodles to the mix. So wait for no further and check out these 10 teppanyaki places in Asakusa for a perfect grill.

1. Steak House Matsunami (ステーキハウス松波)

Steak House Matsunami is all about great food and great service. The chefs here are quite professional, and their food preparation is a feast to the eyes. Here you’ll get to taste fantastic steak that is well worth their price. A highly recommended place for those who love teppanyaki in Asakusa. Delicious food and great performance, what more can you ask for?

Address: 1-11-6 Asakusa Taito Tokyo

Website: http://www.matsunami.net (Japanese Only)

2. Teppanyaki Tokuyoshi (鉄板焼 徳吉)

Teppanyaki Tokuyoshi mainly serves the finest wagyu beef from Okinawa Prefecture. The tender, sweet and juicy steak will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. It literally melts in your mouth, and before you realize, you’ve eaten everything in sight! They also have a steak and seafood menu that includes delicious sashimi and appetizers. They deliver seafood every day from Okinawa to provide the freshest seafood of the day. The delightful taste will tickle your taste buds. So ask someone to accompany you and enjoy this delicious experience.

Address: Pine Doll Asakusa 1F, 1 Chome-15-9 Asakusa Taito-ku, Tokyo

Website: https://www.steakhouse-tokuyoshi.com (Japanese Only)

3. Sukizuki (すきずき)

Sukizuki is a great place in Asakusa to enjoy delicious teppanyaki. The owners used to live in America for a while, so they are able to speak fluent English. For those who don’t know any Japanese, this restaurant is a viable option if you want things delicious and simple. Even the beef juices won’t escape the chef! It will be soaked in a toast to be served as a vegetable roll later on. An amazing and delicious idea to say the least.

Address: 2nd Floor Aramasa Buil., 2 Chome-12-8 Nishiasakusa Taito-ku, Tokyo

Website: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1311/A131102/13036706/ (Japanese Only)

4. Asakusa Teppanyaki Marugoto GRILL (浅草鉄板 まるごとGRILL)

Asakusa Teppanyaki Marugoto Grill is a nice place to visit if you ever find yourself in Asakusa. Their roast beef, smashed cucumber salad, and onion rings are their most recommended dishes. There is a reasonable amount of meat so you can eat to your fill as well.

Address: Marugoto Nippon 4th Floor, 2-6-7 Asakusa Taito-ku, Tokyo

Website: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1311/A131102/13205797/ (Japanese Only)

5. Steak Tomii (ステーキ とみい)

Steak Tomii is a good teppanyaki restaurant in Asakusa. It may not be a classy teppanyaki restaurant, but the food here is delicious and they have a casual and friendly atmosphere in spite of a teppanyaki restaurant. Their grilled vegetables, steak, garlic rice and salad will get your nod of approval. While it’s not that hard to find teppanyaki restaurants in Asakusa, it is not easy to find a place like Tomii. Great food at a reasonable price makes everyone happy.

Address: 2-4-9 Kaminarimon Taito Tokyo

Website: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1311/A131102/13205797/ (Japanese Only)

6. Yakiniku Teppanyaki Horantei (焼肉・鉄板焼き 芳蘭亭)

Yakiniku Teppanyaki Horantei is located at the Asakusa underground shopping street. After you finish your shopping, make sure to drop by this restaurant to relieve your hunger. It’s not a big restaurant so you need to go there early for lunch in order to be seated. The food here is simple, but the taste is great. A nice place to dine if you happen to crave for reasonably priced teppanyaki, steak, and yakiniku.

Address: Asakusa Underground Shopping Street No. 11 No. 12, 1 Chome-1-12 Asakusa Taito-ku, Tokyo

Website: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1311/A131102/13205346/ (Japanese Only)

7. Maguroya Asakusa (まぐろ家 浅草店)

Maguroya Asakusa is a good place to enjoy teppanyaki, monjyayaki, and okonomiyaki. Surprisingly, this restaurant is a bit famous among the locals in the area. It’s a great place for casual dining because the dishes on their menu will give you a good impression. It is one of those places where you can order as much as you want and not worry about the bill afterward.

Address: 2-13-7 Asakusa Taito Tokyo

Website: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1311/A131102/13052115/ (Japanese Only)

8. Asakusa Monja Mokichi (浅草もんじゃ もきち)

The Asakusa Monja Mokichi has the freshest seafood from Tsukiji fish market. With that said their seafood monjya yaki is highly recommended because you are guaranteed of its taste. A good place to enjoy teppanyaki, monjyayaki, and okonomiyaki. A restaurant that is worth seeing in Asakusa.

Address: 2-7-19 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo

Website: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1311/A131102/13197018/ (Japanese Only)

9. Manbou (まんぼう)

Manbou is one of those restaurants where you cook the food yourself. They have teppanyaki, okonomiyaki, and monjyayaki. The taste of the food here is pretty standard, so don’t expect it to match those pricey restaurants that you’re familiar with in Asakusa. Nevertheless, a great place for casual dining. You can get the view of Tokyo Sky Tree from this restaurant.

Address: 2-1-30 Komagata Taito Tokyo

Website: https://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1311/A131102/13019620/ (Japanese Only)

10. Rokumonsen (六文銭 本店)

Rokumonsen is a decent place to enjoy some teppanyaki with a group of friends. They have a wide variety of items on their menu so feel free to take your time browsing them before you order. They have English menu and English speaking staffs, so you don’t have to worry. The restaurant is also big enough to accommodate special events like reunions, banquets, parties, etc.

Address: 1 Chome-16-9 Asakusa Taito-ku, Tokyo

Website: http://www.rokumonsen.co.jp (Japanese Only)

 

 

Data is as of June 2018

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