Ariake: Yakitori
Funachu (Ariake: Yakitori)
Open 11am-2, 5-9pm (LO) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

With a history going back nearly seventy years, Funachu are masters of the art of charcoal-grilling chicken and eel. In addition to hefty skewers of poultry, the menu offers some original dishes like deep-fried prawns in corn flakes (which were surprisingly good), and some very drinkable brands of premium sake. Budget around Y3000-4000 at dinnertime.

Koto-ku, Ariake 3-6-11, Wanza Ariake Bay Mall Higashikan 2F.
東京都江東区有明3-6-11 ワンザ有明ベイモール東館 2F
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