Recommended by the locals! Ueda bar tour
Taste and compare different shops’ oidare yakitori (char-broiled chicken)
Ueda Station (Castle Exit)
A 5-min walk from Ueda Station, this ideally located shop has Taisho-era romanticism as its concept, and Japanese modernism wafts through this retro establishment.Google Map
One street in from Unnomachi Shopping Street, near Hanayashiki Street and Cinema Ueda Eigeki, is a good old-fashioned public bar, inside and out, that has operated for more than 40 years.
This is a popular shop with a lot of regular customers, and they were pioneers in Ueda’s local delicacy, oidare yakitori (char-broiled chicken). Each shop has its own taste, and this shop’s oidare yakitori is slightly sweet, which goes great with an ice-cold beer.
A compact little shop along the main street. The white walls and light spilling from its little windows give it a stylish appearance.
Each shop has their own original oidare yakitori (char-broiled chicken) so you can compare their tastes, and you can also enjoy the freshest seasonal ingredients in dishes using plenty of local vegetables.
Ueda Station (stay)