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veddeshpande | Jan 13, 201909:14 AM     8

For a blowout Yakiniku meal in Tokyo, I was initially considering Nakahara, because of the positive reviews both on CH as well as other websites. However, after glancing through Tabelog, Nakahara is ranked quite down on the list, so am wondering if I might be missing out on an even better opportunity. Would love to hear opinions on the following places that are ranked higher (bonus points if you've been to multiple places!):
- SATO (Seem to be multiple branches, Asagaya one is ranked highest)
- Ushigoro (Ginza or Roppongi)
- Ebisu Yoroniku
- Yakiniku Jambo

Besides overall taste and experience, am also interested in comparisons between types of meats used.

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