Niigata AJET Locals

Explore Niigata by using this interactive google map! It’s updated frequently by the Niigata AJET council.

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  1. My Yakiniku preferences:
    Top of the line- Gyukaku
    Two Gyukaku restuarants in Joetsu, one in Takada one by the 8.
    Nice atmosphere, best meat, sometimes in the raffle you can win some candy or charcoal.

    Cool kids hangout- Yakiniku King.
    New Yakiniku resturant, has tablet ordering system which is handy. All the young kids come here.

    Our regular- “Yakiniku by the onsen” (焼肉カルビ屋三夢)
    The cheapest of the yakiniku, help yourself drink bar (hot strawberry milk), constant Beatles playlist.
    Has a pretty good loyalty card system.

    *Special Mention*
    If you go to Kasugayama Castle Ruins.
    At the top there are two resturants. Both really nice after walking up the mountain
    At 見晴らし屋 (might have to check I have the right one) you can order the Kenshin-Special; Traditional Joestu food, around 12 small dishes, served on two big trays. Like its too big for you to take your instagram photos.

  2. There’s a ramen restaurant in Sanjo that’s pretty lit. It’s called Ramen Jun Sanjo and it serves Sanjo style ramen. https://goo.gl/maps/8HeeoqEyAdr

    The actual Yasuda Yogurt factory is also a swanky frozen yogurt place where you can enjoy fresh af waffles and yogurt. It’s in Agano. https://goo.gl/maps/AMmTxmG4g3M2

    I think it’s on the list but I can’t tell because it won’t open for me, BUT in Gosen there’s a fried chicken restaurant called Torikan. Prepare yourself because that chicken is like crack. https://goo.gl/maps/ZHmJrXg8mNr
    And afterwards if you’re feeling like a real fatty, you can enjoy gelato at A la Mode https://goo.gl/maps/m9sTQvRDoTu

  3. There’s a divinely delicious ramen place in Aga which is my personal fave, called Toenro: https://goo.gl/maps/TRTbsJ5wRwz
    Then you’ve got Toride in Gosen, some very good chashumen: https://goo.gl/maps/HQrkBKNCCfA2
    It’s right next to a pretty sweet okonomiyaki/monjayaki place (Monjamura), which has a tabe/nomihoudai menu, too, and is always full so pls book beforehand: https://goo.gl/maps/n2ewy4SE6MR2
    In Kamo there’s a very good ramen shop called Shin: https://goo.gl/maps/US5aBnJbE152
    Aga also has a great katsu place, by the name of Katsu Maru: https://goo.gl/maps/9drtS7oWr742
    Oh, I almost forgot, there’s a place in Agano that does some delicious miso ramen (shop is called Hisago): https://goo.gl/maps/WRaWkWpJR8x

    I like ramen.

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