Yakitori

Yakitori-ya are traditionally small restaurants or stands that grill yakitori to order over charcoal, to be consumed alongside alcoholic beverages (usually beer or shōchū) in the evening. These establishments are known for their informal and convivial atmospheres, and are popular gathering places particularly for young people and office workers ...
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Yakitori

A Japanese dish of skewered broiled chicken pieces dipped in a soy marinade.
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Yakitori

Charcoal-grilled chicken served on skewers and sauteed with Teriyaki sauce.
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Yakitori

A Japanese dish of grilled chicken skewers. They may also include vegetables, chicken livers, or ginkgo nuts.
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