Shibuya is often referred to as a center of youth culture in Tokyo. Here you’ll find countless restaurants that have their own specialties, and cater to a wide range of people. Japanese love to eat sukiyaki, and this is the reason why you will find them all over Tokyo.

Sukiyaki is a Japanese hot-pot dish where thin-sliced pieces of meat (commonly beef) are cooked in a soup base accompanied by vegetables. There are a few places in Shibuya that makes eating sukiyaki much more enjoyable, especially when you’re in the company of family, friends, and acquaintances. Sukiyaki will always taste better when eating with a group of people.

Try out these 7 sukiyaki restaurants in Shibuya that you will love.

1. Matsukiya (松木家)

Matsukiya is one of the hidden gems of Shibuya when it comes to sukiyaki restaurants. The wagyu beef is of high-quality and literally melts in your mouth. Staffs are very friendly and polite, and they are the ones who cook the meal for you. An amazing sukiyaki experience that you can only enjoy in this restaurant. So, do yourself a favor and go to Matsukiya if you ever find yourself craving for sukiyaki in Shibuya.

Address: Matsukiya Building 1F, 6-8 Maruyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


2. Shabuzen Shibuya (しゃぶ禅 渋谷店)

Shabuzen Shibuya is just an eight-minute walk from the JR Shibuya Station. They have an all-you-can-eat course for regular beef and the more expensive wagyu beef. The waitresses are wearing kimonos and help you set up your sukiyaki pot for you. There is a good mix of locals and tourists that visit this place on a regular basis. A great choice to enjoy sukiyaki in Shibuya.

Address: Shibuya Creston Hotel B1, 10-8 Kamiyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


3. Ginza Fujiya Miyachiku Shibuya (銀座不二家みやちく 渋谷店)

Ginza Fujiya Miyachiku Shibuya is known for their teppanyaki, but their sukiyaki course is also slowly gaining popularity. It is just three minutes walk from JR Shibuya Station, and this restaurant will give you a good first impression. They use Miyazaki beef for their sukiyaki, and it tastes delicious! The meat and vegetables cooked in the savory broth will gain your nod of approval. Desserts are included in the set courses as well for a complete package.

Address: Saint Louis Building 2F, 26-2 Utagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo,


4. Kuriya Nanadaime Matsugoro (厨 七代目松五郎 渋谷)

Kuriya Nanadaime Matsugoro is an excellent place for people who enjoy good food, and wine at the same time. Their suki-nabe (sukiyaki) is a very delicious and a highly recommended option on their menu. They also have a wide variety of dishes that you can enjoy, like tapas, pasta, salad, and other delectable dishes that will surprise you.

Address: Feel A 1F, 5-4 Maruyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Website: (Japanese Only)

5. Nabezo (鍋ぞう)

Nabezo is one of the highly recommended sukiyaki restaurants that you’ll ever find in Shibuya and for a good reason. Their service is impeccable, and their staffs are more than happy to assist you with everything that you need. The vegetables are fresh, and the soup base is perfect. They also have other items on their menu aside from sukiyaki, which makes the place endearing to new and old patrons alike.

Address: Shibuya Beam 6F, 31-2 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

6. Shibuyabatake (しぶや畑)

Shibuyabatake is a minute walk from the station and offers an all-you-can-eat course for those who love to eat a lot of meat. They have branded beef like Sendai beef which goes well in sukiyaki and shabu-shabu. This restaurant is an excellent choice for memorable events like dates, anniversaries, etc.

Address: Marudai Building 6/7F, 1-23-13 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


7. Onyasai Shibuya 1st (温野菜 渋谷1st)

Onyasai Shibuya 1st is a shabu-shabu restaurant that also serves sukiyaki. They have an English menu, so that helps a lot in making orders. With a bite, you will notice that the ingredients are of high-quality, and the vegetables are very fresh. Another restaurant that you can visit when the craving for sukiyaki hits you.

Address: Sunkus Bldg. B2F, 1-22-9 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Website: (Japanese Only)


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