Yakitori Marukin: All You Can DRINK for only $3 in Shinjuku and Shibuya

All-You-Can-Drink Izakaya in Shinjuku and Shibuya

Yakitori Marukin

Do you know Japanese blessed system Nomihodai which means “All You Can Drink”? In Yakitori Marukin(やきとり 〇金), you can drink all you want for only $3 per half an hour. They provide you with over 70 kinds of alcohol and soft drinks including beer, Japanese sake, distilled spirits, whisky, wines and fruit wines. More interestingly, the drinks are self-service. So your original drink can be customized by mixing the various drinks.

Food is also amazing. Their specialty is Yakitori (grilled and skewered chicken and vegetable) under $1(from JPY60) by the piece. They offer other Japanese tapas dishes such as Karaage(fried chicken) and Edamame. Even though you can eat and drink to the full, it will cost just $20–30(JPY2,000–3,000.)

There are around 10 chain stores in Tokyo including Shibuya and Shinjuku. They are located in each nightlife area, so choose Marukin as the first dinner restaurant if you go bar-hopping. It will help your budget and stomach.

3 branches locations

1. Yaesu main branch (near Tokyo Station)

Access: 5 mins walk from Yaesu exit of Tokyo Station

Hour: 16:00–24:00(Mon-Thu)/16:00–3:00 of the next day (Fri)/16:00–23:00(Weekend&Holiday)

2. Shinjuku main branch

Access: 3 mins walk from East exit of Shinjuku Station

Hour: 16:00–24:00(Mon-Sat)/16:00–23:00(Sunday&Holiday)

3. Shibuya Center-gai branch

Access: 3 mins walk from Hachiko exit of Shibuya Station

Hour: 16:00–24:00(Sun-Thu&Holiday)/16:00–2:00 of the next day(Fri&Sat)


Official Website: http://yakitori-marukin.com/

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