Yakitori is one of Japans most popular street foods! the term Yakitori translates to grilled chicken but it can be used to informally refer to other foodstuffs grilled on a skewer.
This Street food stall is ran by a Chicken, in one hand he has an uchiwa fan and in the other a brush for applying Tare sauce to his grilled chicken!
On his worktop he has a Konro grill, a grill specifically used for Yakitori!
His two green banners read Yakitori and there are three items advertised on his orange menu, the first option is Tsukune, a chicken meatball skewer for 150 yen.
The second is Negima, chicken thighs with scallions for 120 yen.
The final menu item is Kawa or chicken skin for 120 yen.
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