Reservation for Yakitori Goichi Sannomiya Kobe in Hyogo

updated: July 05th, 2024

Enjoy delicious yakitori at Goichi Sannomiya, a renowned restaurant in Kobe City, Hyogo. Indulge in perfectly grilled skewers paired with wine and sake in a cozy atmosphere.

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    "Goichi Sannomiya" is a yakitori restaurant located in Sannomiya, Chuo Ward, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.
     It is accessible by a short walk from JR Sannomiya Station, Hankyu Sannomiya Station, and Subway Sannomiya Station.
     The restaurant has a total of 20 seats, including 16 counter seats and 4 table (terrace) seats.
    The opening hours are from 17:00 to around 24:00 on weekdays, and from 16:00 to around 24:00 on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.
     The restaurant has irregular holidays.
    The restaurant mainly serves yakitori course meals, and it also offers all-you-can-drink options.
     The course meals include dishes such as oyakodon (chicken and egg rice bowl) as the finale, and can be enjoyed for around 6,000 yen.
    Furthermore, "Goichi" is known for its signature dishes and perfectly grilled yakitori.
     Wine and Japanese sake are also included in the all-you-can-drink menu, which is available for around 7,000 yen.
    The chefs at Goichi Sannomiya emphasize the freshness of the ingredients and deliver dishes that showcase their artisanal skills.
     The "momono tataki" (grilled chicken thigh) and "kimo nitsuke tamago nitsuke" (stewed liver with egg) are highly recommended.
     In addition to yakitori, a wide variety of dishes such as daikon cooked in dashi and chicken liver are also available.
    The interior of the restaurant has a warm and cozy atmosphere with a touch of wood.
     The staff is friendly and approachable, and you can feel free to ask if you have any questions.
    Please visit "Goichi Sannomiya" and enjoy delicious yakitori along with a pleasant time.


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