Japan’s largest alley where 28 meat-themed restaurants gather!

Shibuya Niku Yokocho (meat alley) located in Shibuya Center Street(famous shopping arcade in Tokyo) has 20 restaurants established throughout the second floor and 8 restaurants on the corner of the third floor of Chitose Kaikan is one of the largest Yokocho alleys in Japan. Each restaurant offers a variety of meat dishes, and each restaurant has a unique atmosphere. By competing with each other, each restaurant has worked hard to provide the best. Since its opening in September 2010, Niku Yokocho has been loved by many customers.

A place to . . . Go! Eat! Meet! Popular spot among the young generation!

More than 95% of the 500,000 customers who visit Shibuya Meat Yokocho annually are in their 20’s and 30’s. One of the reasons for this popularity is the opportunity to “meet.” The atmosphere that allows the customers to feel close to the other customers, as well as the staff, is loved by the customers. While people can easily connect through social media, Niku Yokocho is supported by many as a valuable place where people can enjoy real “communication and encounter with new people.We will continue to operate as a customer-friendly restaurant that values each encounter.

Unique Yokocho-only delivery system

For example, while you are visiting Yakiniku restaurant and feel like trying food from another restaurant, you can use our “Demae (delivery) system.” Simply, visit another restaurant where you want the food from, order from their delivery menu, and wait at your original table; the food will be delivered to you. This way, you can enjoy your favorite dishes at the restaurant of your choosing. If you want to change the surrounding atmosphere, you can easily pub-crawl within the building – this is one of the ways to enjoy Niku Yokocho.