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Yokai

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Time Out says

Yokai, which refers to the supernatural entities and spirits in Japanese folklore, is a new restaurant themed after Japanese manga artist and historian Shigeru Mizuki’s Yokai Picture Book. Set in very unique and somewhat eerie interiors, the restaurant focuses on charcoal-grilled chicken skewers, starting from $38, and premium tuna cuts, while also offering fine and rare sakes to wash it all down. Kyushu-native Hirofumi Okuma heads its yakitori kitchen using Yamaguchi’s Choshu chicken and locally sourced birds too. Another highlight is Yokai’s tuna donburi (or sashimi rice bowls) which start from $338.

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Address: 23/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Rd Central
Hong Kong

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Opening hours: Mon to Sun 12-3pm; 6-10pm
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