Keishoan
Omiya: Yakitori
Keishoan (Omiya: Yakitori)
Keishoan
Open 11am-10pm daily.
Sun: Open Sundays
no smoking: No smoking

Heirloom-breed Nagoya cochin chicken is the special main ingredient here, and the kitchen is known for their extra-fluffy version of oyakodon (chicken and egg over rice). If you just want a quick bite you can choose from simple rice-based meals, or you can go izakaya-style with a drink or two and small dishes like spicy chicken wings, juicy fried chicken, and freshly grilled yakitori skewers.

Drinks include a few different sakes as well as the usual beer and cocktails. The convenient shopping-mall location means that they stay open all day, and prices are quite reasonable. Lunch specials are served until 5pm.

Omiya
Omiya-ku, Saitama-shi, Saitama, Nishikicho 630, Lumine 2, 4F.
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