How to Eat SHABU SHABU – Kagoshima Black Boar Meat Course | Hibiya, Tokyo [4K]


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Today, we head over to Hibiya, close to Yurakucho station in Tokyo to visit a restaurant called Ichi Nii San. Known for their delicious Kagoshima Black Boar Shabu Shabu, it’s a popular place to get down for a yummy lunch or dinner and close to Tokyo station!

On the menu in today’s video, we have some of their specialty: Kagoshima Black Boar Shabu Shabu served with their “Ichi” course. It comes with 110 grams of Black Boar, veggies, tofu, and soba noodles to finish off your broth with! We ordered 1 course each!

Ichi Nii San | いちにいさん
Address: 〒100-0006 Tōkyō-to, Chiyoda-ku, Yūrakuchō, 1 Chome−6−64, 日比谷千代田ビル2F
Phone: 03-3501-3123
Menu is offered in English

We ordered 2 of the “Ichi” Course for 4,200円. They have several other courses depending on how much you want to treat yourself.
Depending on the Course, the prices range from ¥4,200 to ¥8,000. If you want to order dishes separately though, you can easily select from their huge menu!

Opening Hours: 11:30 A.M. – 10:30 P.M.
Closes at 10:00 P.M. on Sunday

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