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Yakiniku chain store lets customers enjoy delicious Japanese barbecue together with their dogs

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By Koh Ruide, SoraNews24

Most yakiniku restaurants in Japan offer a smorgasbord of tender barbecued meats that can cater to any tastes. Well, any human tastes, that is.

Yakiniku chain Ushisuke’s policies set it apart from the rest, opening its doors wide to both people and dogs. The presence of professional dog trainers on hand and dog-themed treats create a cozy indoor environment for our little buddies to relax and enjoy an unforgettable meal.

▼ An exquisite yakiniku lunch for this woman and her companion.

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▼ A poodle waits patiently for its food to be prepared.

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A variety of vet-approved dishes are available for our furry friends, ranging from platters of roast beef and chicken to delightful beef tongue, all beautifully presented and arranged to make them feel part of the family.

▼ That boiled carrot with the cute paw print looks too cute to eat.

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A list of strict rules, which include not letting pets sit on the table or using utensils designated for people, ensure that customers all get to enjoy a unique yakiniku experience in a hygienic environment.

Ushisuke has five branches scattered throughout Tokyo, each with menus offering something a little different from the other.

Although conventional dog food is already quite delicious, we are sure all the faithful companions out there will appreciate a yummy Japanese yakiniku barbecue enjoyed together.

Store information

Wami Yakiniku Ushisuke Head Store / 和味焼肉 うしすけ本店

Address: 146-0093, Tokyo, Ota-ku, Yaguchi, 1-20-8

〒146-0093 東京都大田区矢口1-20-8

Open: 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. (Weekdays)

5 p.m.-11 p.m. (Weekdays)

11:30 a.m.-11 p.m. (Weekends)

Website

Source: Ushisuke via Kotaku, Tabelog

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Ugh. As if the anthropomorphizing of animals hasn't already become bad enough.

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Eyes rolling.

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After 30 mins of enough deep staring, my lab can't able to control the patience and jump over the table.

But this is another good greedy level of business. Customers to add another bill for their pets.

Smart Move.

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Awesome. I wish they had Kansai locations.

We'll just have to settle for our regular Dog Cafe until then.

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That's Gross!

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Another example of Japanese being clued out about dogs. But I guess if you want to let your dog beg at the table, crap disgusting excrement, have bad breath, have indigestion, then by all means feed them whatever you want, wherever and whenever you want. The vets in this country are also woefully lacking.

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"in a hygienic environment" Seriously?

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What about cats?

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My whippet, even if given food (rather than snatching it), prefers to scamper upstairs to one of his hiding places to dine. It is a good marketing scheme, but my dog would rather eat at home.

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Thanks for letting me know. I'll avoid this place at all costs.

Nothing worse than a mooching mutt.

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MilesTegApr. 2  12:08 pm JST

Another example of Japanese being clued out about dogs.

Except most Japanese don't own real dogs. Only one of the five dogs shown in the article, which I believe is an accurate ratio, is a real dog. If your dog's about the same size as or smaller than a cat, it's not a dog.

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