Rokkaku Yakiniku BBQ Restaurant Shinjuku Tokyo

Rokkaku Japanese Restaurant is located within the Washington Hotel in Nishi Shinjuku, just west of Shinjuku Train Station, around 10 minutes walk. Rokkaku is primarily a Yakiniku Japanese BBQ restaurant though they also serve Shabu-Shabu (Japanese hot pot) and Sukiyaki (Japanese beef hot pot).

Rokkaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant Shinjuku Tokyo

Rokkaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant Shinjuku Tokyo

I went in for dinner on a Thursday night, I did not have a reservation, just walked in and there was no problem getting a table as there was no one else dining there. I got there at around 7.30pm. At about 8pm a few more tables had people dining so I was not alone.

Japanese BBQ at Rokkaku Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant Shinjuku

Japanese BBQ at Rokkaku Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant Shinjuku

I went specifically for the Yakiniku as I love Japanese BBQ. The menu is only in Japanese but all the food has photos and the waitress I had spoke fairly good English so it was easy to order. I ordered up some good quality Japanese Wagyu beef, some chicken and some pork belly. The plates of meat came out quickly and I was off cooking.

Japanese Wagyu Beef at Rokkaku Restaurant Shinjuku Tokyo

Japanese Wagyu Beef at Rokkaku Restaurant Shinjuku Tokyo

Pork Belly at Rokkaku Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant Shinjuku

Pork Belly at Rokkaku Japanese Yakiniku Restaurant Shinjuku

The waitress came over regularly to check I wasn’t burning my food! She would adjust the heat on the BBQ. There are a number of different dipping sauces to dip your cooked meat into before eating.

Dipping sauces for the meat

Dipping sauces for the meat

Rokkaku Japanese BBQ Restaurant
2nd Floor
Washington Hotel
3-2-9 Nishi Shinjuku
Shinjuku-ku Tokyo
Ph: (03) 5909 3466

Open Monday to Friday 5pm – 12.30am
Saturday 5pm – 11pm
Closed on Sunday

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Posted in BBQ, Food, Japan, Japanese, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Yakiniku

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