炭やき 鳥九


Serashiti 1F, 21 Itayamachi, Wakayama City
〒640-8044 和歌山県和歌山市板屋町21セラシティ 1F
A 7-minute walk from NANKAI WAKAYAMASHI station
Open Hours
17:00-23:00 (Last order 22:30)
Friday, Saturday and The day before the holidays: 17:00:24:00 (Last order 23:00)
Closed: Monday
Phone Number
Credit Card
English Menu: ◯
ToriQ is the specialty store for Yakitori. Each one of Yakitori is gently grilled with a charcoal fire. Chicken dumplings and ToriQ pots are exquisite.

Travel Blogger's Review

photo of Jason Adamson
Jason Adamson
Jason has masters in gastronomic tourism from Le Cordon Bleu.
In the beginning of August, 2017, he took a trip to Wakayama City.
His blog is “Sake Tours”.

Yakitori and sake is one of my favourite combinations. Tori Q has an impressive sake list, only two from Wakayama (KID and Kuroishi) but it boasts some Japan favourites such as Kariho, Masumi, Obata, Dassai 23, Juyondai, Suigin and a few others as well. I was impressed by the yakitori here, they even let you order single sticks.

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The owner, Mr. Takeshita, uses Binchotan from Tosa because it is a little cheaper than the stuff from Wakayama. The menu consists of all your standard yakitori fare plus a few extras. The glass fridge case at the counter is great for checking out what you would like grilled on a stick, expect to pay about 4000 Yen or so per person with a couple of beers and a few good sake.

No English is spoken at Tori Q and they don’t have an English menu either – but Mr. Takeshita says he often has foreign tourists in for dinner and enjoys watching the staff dancing like chickens and using body language to communicate.

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