Barbecue House

About the barbecue house

Enjoy a barbecue without the need to bring anything with you. The barbecue house is next to the restaurant Sakimori. Here you can try affordable charcoal-grilled wagyu beef from Kyushu while enjoying the spectacular view. The charcoal is supplied by the staff so you don’t have to worry about it. Reservations are not required, but recommended during vacation season and long holidays.

Operating Hours

11:00 – 17:30 (last order 16:30)

Seats / Accommodation

In the barbecue area, there are terrace seats where you can enjoy the view while dining, cozy interior seating for rainy weather and outdoor seats perfect for admiring the cherry blossoms in the spring season.
We welcome group reservations for up to 500 guests.


Noroshiyaki barbeque set
3,800 yen(including tax)
(2 servings)

Special menu

[Special offer for group reservations]
Some of the dishes we offer are not on the menu. Depending on your budget, we can provide you with premium barbeque ingredients such as the Japanese spiny lobster, sazae shellfish, abalone or steak. Please contact us for details.

Bringing in food and drink

You can bring your favorite ingredients and drinks to barbecue.
Charcoal will be prepared here.
If you bring your own seat, you will be charged a seat usage fee. It includes charcoal preparation, tongs, seasonings, plates for the number of people, disposable chopsticks, and garbage disposal.

Seat usage fee:
Adults (junior high school students and above)2,000 yen
Children (3 years old to elementary school students) 1,500 yen

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