Best Japanese Restaurants in Metro Manila! (Open for Delivery & Pick-up)

Japan trips got cancelled this year? Don’t worry, you can get a taste of Japan right at your own home. These izakayas are still open to keep the sushi rollin’!   FOOD DELIVERY Series: CHINESE CUISINE: Delivery & Pick-UpJAPANESE CUISINE: Delivery & Pick-Up FILIPINO CUISINE: Delivery & Pick-Up FROZEN MEALS: Delivery & Pick-Up PARTY PACKS: Delivery & Pick-Up BURGERS: Delivery & Pick-Up CAKES: Delivery & Pick-UpBREAD: Delivery & Pick-Up DESSERTS: Delivery & Pick-Up RAMEN: Delivery & Pick-Up SAMGYUPSAL: Delivery & Pick-UpDATE NIGHT (Restaurants) Delivery & Pick-Up Online GROCERIES  

Kikufuji About Kikufuji Everyone’s cult favorite when it comes to authentic Japanese food is none other than Izakaya Kikufuji! Nestled in the heart of Little Tokyo, Makati, this diner serves dishes that gives you a taste of Japan with every bite. And with such popularity and hype comes an endless queue of people wanting to dine during lunch breaks and dinner. There’s no doubt that Kikufuji has won the game with their true-to-home dishes and authentic dining experience.   How to Order Call their Makati store for orders and inquiries regarding available items: +63288937319 +63288936131   Kikufuji Facebook: Kikufuji   Yabu About Yabu “Delicious is in the details. At Yabu, everything is prepared meticulously, and nothing is left to chance: from using Koshihikari, the finest japanese rice, to knowing the exact second of lifting the pork from the bubbling oil. Discover what makes our katsu better than the rest.”   Menu   How to Order   Yabu Website: Facebook: Instagram: @yabuph  

Ooma About Ooma OOMA Japanese Rice Bar is a bold Japanese restaurant concept by Chef Bruce Ricketts of Mecha Uma with The Moment Group. It aims to be an affordable Japanese comfort food place (at less than P500/dish), featuring intense flavors that Pinoys will love and, of course, unlimited rice! The name is a play on Uma, which means “good”. The use of the O’s is meant to represent their “orgasmically” good food. There have been talks that this is just a commercialized fast food version of Sensei Sushi, or a Hi-Lo concept strategy for Mecha Uma.   Menu View their full menu here:   How to Order Payment Paypal, Credit Card, or Debit Card (VISA, Mastercard)   Ooma Website: Facebook: Instagram: @ooma_ph    

NIKKEI NIKKEI is a homegrown restaurant by Chef Christian Cejas, specializing in Japanese-Peruvian cuisine known as “Nikkei”. The cuisine was popularized by Nobu Matsuhisa of Nobu Restaurant fame. See full menu here.   NIKKEI FacebookNikkei PH Instagram@NikkeiPH      

Mecha Uma Tucked away across the corner of 25th St. and 6th avenue, Mecha Uma is a passion project of Manila’s rising chef talent, Bruce Ricketts, in collaboration with the Moment Group’s founders – restaurateurs Abba Napa, Eliza Antonino and Jon Syjuco. Mecha Uma is a privately run chef’s table with a menu best described as serving global cuisine with Japanese inflections.”   Menu   How to Order and Pay   Mecha Uma Facebook: Instagram: @mechauma    

SENRYO   GRAB ‘N GO with your favorite bento boxes! Each set comes with rice, salad, and California roll. Order directly by calling us at (02) 7914-0181 / 09176878733 or walk-in at our G/L The Podium branch.   Menu:   How to Order: SENRYO Facebook :    

Motto Motto About Motto Motto “Perfect for a leisurely morning, lunch with friends, a quick snack with the boss and a joyful family get together full of delicious Japanese flavors. Motto Motto is a perfect spot for all generations. Enjoy all day, every day Japanese comfort food now!”   Menu: Click here for full menu.   How to Order  Accepting Take-out orders, Curbside pick-ups and for delivery via Foodpanda & GrabFood! Free delivery to Serendra Residences Call for inquiries and orders at 09260829190   How to Pay Cash, Visa, Mastercard and American Express transactions are accepted   Motto Motto Website: Facebook: Insatgram:  

Botejyu About Botejyu “BOTEJYU was established in 1946 in the gourmet city of Tamade, Osaka by Eikichi Nishino. Our restaurant name, BOTEJYU, was coined from the rhythmic cooking sound of okonomiyaki. The first part of the name, “BOTE” comes from the flipping sound of the okonomiyaki and the second part of the name, “JYU”, represents the sizzling sound as it cooks on the teppan grill. Since our establishment more than 70 years ago, we have taken pride in our restaurant name and have protected it by registering it as a trademark.”   Menu:   How to Order Order via GrabFood, Lalafood, or Foodpanda. You may also call them at their operating branches: Ayala Malls Feliz: 0917-1542295 Ayala Malls Trinoma: 0917-1105105 Ayala North Exchange: 0917-1301306 Estancia: 0917-6238112 Festival Mall: 0917-1370883 Fisher Mall (Quezon Avenue):0917-1101108 One Bonifacio High Street: 0917-1741344 OSquare 2 (Greenhills Shopping Center): 0917-6322940 Robinsons Magnolia: 0917-1700581 SM City Bacoor: 0917-1304304 SM City Baguio: 0917-1135944 SM City Dasmariñas: 0917-1228288 SM City Fairview: 0917-1334707 SM City Lipa: 0917-3186715 SM City Pampanga: 0917-1102102 SM Mall of Asia: 0917-6260780 SM Megamall: 0917-6224357 Ayala Malls Solenad: 0917-1546384 Botejyu Website: Facebook: Botejyuph Instagram: @botejyuphilippines        

TENYA “Japan’s no. 1 Tempura Tendon is open in 7 cities in the metro. Check out our updated store schedule! 8 stores are open and serving your Tenya favorites!”   How to Order: They accept walk-in take-out, curbside pickup, in-house delivery and delivery via Foodpanda and Grabfood.⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ Here are the numbers to dial for take-out, curbside pickup and in-house delivery orders. Please call us in advance. Social distancing is observed.⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ 10AM TO 12MN⠀⠀ Makati – Tenya Magallanes 8821-5797⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Taguig – Tenya BGC Stopover 8512-4776⠀⠀⠀ Pasig/Ortigas – Tenya Tiendesitas 8234-1604⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Muntinlupa/Alabang – Tenya Festival Mall 8810-6113⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Parañaque – Tenya Aseana 8370-5924⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ 10AM TO 10 PM⠀⠀ Taguig – Tenya Market Market 8833-9682⠀ ⠀ 11AM to 7PM⠀ Las Piñas – Tenya SM Southmall 8984-3872⠀ Pasay – Tenya SM Mall of Asia 8810-2784   TENYA Facebook: TenyaPhilippines  

Nanbantei About Nanbantei  Nanban means “foreigner” and Tei rest house or teahouse. When put together, Nanbantei means a place where guests can unwind and have something to eat or drink ater a long day of work. Nanbantei of Tokyo is an international chain of yakitori restaurants, with locations in Singapore, Shanghai, and the Philippines. Their flagship restaurant is in Roponggi, with a history that spans over 40 years.  The chain’s longevity can be attributed to their commitment to the traditional way of preparing and cooking yakitori, as well as the kind of service and ambiance that the Japanese are known for. In the Philippines, Nanbantei opened its first branch in Polaris St., Makati in 1998. It then moved to Greenbelt 3 to cater to a more diverse market in 2002. It renovated its restaurant in 2010, when Am-Phil Food Concepts (the group that brought Chili’s in the Philippines in 1996) took over its management.”   Menu   How to Order Call the nearest branch available to you for pick up or delivery (via your chosen courier). You may also order through GrabFood or Foodpanda. Bonifacio High Street: 7621-3225 / 0905-5537018  Greenbelt 3: 7757-4131 / 0915-4470295 *Available from 11am to 6pm   How to Pay Cash, credit card, BDO fund transfer, and Gcash transactions are accepted   Nanbantei of Tokyo Website: Facebook: NanbanteiPhilippines Instagram: @nanbentei_ph  

CoCo Ichibanya About Coco Ichibanya “CURRY HOUSE CoCo ICHIBANYA”,known as “CoCoICHI”, is a chain restaurant specializing in Japanese-style curry rice. Many people enjoy making their very own CoCoICHI curry by customizing the rice portion, spice level, and optional toppings coming in nearly 40 varieties. Please enjoy our curry, which is very popular with the Japanese people!”   Menu   How to Order  You may order through Foodpanda, GrabExpress Pabili, Joyride Pabili Mr. Speedy, or Angkas Pabili or you can call their One Rockwell Branch for take out or pick up. 📍One Rockwell | (02) 881 54087 (Monday to Saturday from 10AM to 5PM)   How to Pay Cash or credit card for take out and pick up orders.   CoCo Ichibanya Facebook: CoCo Icibanyan PH Instagram: cocoichibanyaPH Website:  

Hatchin About Hatchin “New Hatchin Trading Corporation is a Japanese company in business for 20 years with international offices located in Tokyo, Manila and in Beijing. We offer our own unique value added products to multinational companies ranging from the industrial sector, supermarkets, restaurants and households. With our allies, our competitive strength in research and development for producing products using the most advanced leading food technologies in Japan, we have become one of the most sought after companies to provide various solutions to our clients.   Menu:   How to Order Call the following open branches for pick up or delivery via your chosen pabili service. Makati – 0917 825 9988 Whiteplains – (02) 8890 1649  Store hours: 8am to 5pm   New Hatchin Japanese Grocery Facebook: newhatchin.jg Instagram:  

FOOD DELIVERY Series: CHINESE CUISINE: Delivery & Pick-UpJAPANESE CUISINE: Delivery & Pick-Up FILIPINO CUISINE: Delivery & Pick-Up FROZEN MEALS: Delivery & Pick-Up PARTY PACKS: Delivery & Pick-Up BURGERS: Delivery & Pick-Up CAKES: Delivery & Pick-UpBREAD: Delivery & Pick-Up DESSERTS: Delivery & Pick-Up RAMEN: Delivery & Pick-Up SAMGYUPSAL: Delivery & Pick-UpDATE NIGHT (Restaurants) Delivery & Pick-Up Online GROCERIES       Live an Awesome Life, ABI of Team Our Awesome Planet Disclosure: I wrote this article with my biases, opinions and insights.

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