The first thing you’ll see at Naruto is the showcase on the counter packed with more than 100 kinds of meat and veggie skewers. The restaurant is especially popular with women because of its yasai maki, meat-wrapped vegetable-packed skewers like lettuce wrapped in pork. Other favorites include the tomato and cheese and the mushroom, both wrapped in pork. Naruto also serves up some truly unique skewers with ingredients like strawberries and grapes. Naruto is part of the long-standing Keishu group of yakiniku restaurants, so you know the meat here is of the highest quality. With skewers like the Wagyu loin and Chateaubriand, meats you’d typically eat as steak, the shop is also a big hit with meat lovers.
Menu (tax excl.): Lettuce maki ¥280, eringi mushroom maki ¥260, glutinous yam and shiso maki ¥250, eggplant maki ¥220, chives and cheese maki ¥270, Wagyu short rib skewer ¥700, yasai maki 5-skewer set ¥1,000, Chateaubriand skewer ¥1,400 *no table charge
*Prices to change from Oct. 1, 2019 following tax increase
*Foreign language menu: English, Korean / Credit cards accepted (Visa, Mastercard, Amex, DC, Diners, JCB) / Reservations possible / Smoking permitted