With a focus on robatayaki (Japanese barbecue), the place functions somewhat like a Japanese market.
Akanoya Robatayaki has been rebranded Karatama Robatayaki and now offers more variety.
Instead of purely robatayaki (Japanese barbecue), the place now functions somewhat like a Japanese market. First you choose your ingredients (imported twice a week from Japan) such as awabi (Japanese abalone), kinki (rockfish), Kagoshima beef and Hokkaido fresh corn. Then you choose your cooking method: grilled, fried or steamed.
Don’t know where to start? Order the assorted sashimi (starting from B800), Kagoshima beef hot pot (B1,100) or soy sauce-braised rockfish (starting from B2,000).