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It's not a fancy or stylish one

If you speak Japanese, Toriyoshi in Meguro is one of the best. It's a very small restaurant and probably not accept reservation but you can have great Yakitori in reasonable price.

Also a Yakitori stand in front of Musashi Koyama station is awesome. You will have Yakitori standing outside.

Usually I don't recommend a stylish Yakitori restaurant.

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