An Honest Review to Kazoku Japanese Restaurant

Kazoku Japanese Restaurant – One of the newly added in the family of restaurants in the south triangle, Quezon City. This must-visit restaurant will surely satisfy your cravings for Japanese Foods.

Kazoku Japanese Restaurant

 Upon research, I found out that the meaning of Kazoku in English is “family”, I think the name Kazoku really fits for them since Kazoku Japanese Restaurant is very recommended for family.


The place is nice and big, you can choose where to dine either indoor or outdoor. Both areas are looks really nice and comfortable. They also have a second floor for family gatherings and also for those who wants to be more exclusive. I have visited this restaurant a week ago after their grand opening since our office is located just a few meters away from the “Grandia place”. I saw that there were only a few people that time, so I’ve searched them in Zomato and I saw several positive reviews.

After visiting the National Museum, I decided to have a dinner near our office and also to give Aj a treat for the late celebration of our monthsary. We always want to try out something new and this restaurant didn’t disappoint us. Honestly, we enjoyed the food as well as the place as it is more private than going to the malls.

Kazoku Japanese Restaurant

As per manager, they were originally located at Maginhawa St. before transferring to Mother Ignacia St. So if you’re planning to visit Kazoku Japanese Restaurant in Maginhawa, they’re already relocated in Mother Ignacia.

Kazoku Japanese Restaurant
Kazoku Japanese Restaurant

One of their crew guides us to the second floor and he introduces the exclusive rooms to host events or party. The second floor offers more likely a typical minimalist Japanese design with wooden beams and traditional frames, but no low table like we always see in other Japanese restaurants.


One thing that I have noticed here is their very accommodating and friendly crews. They are well trained for giving a good service to customers, this is one of the reasons why this restaurant so recommendable.


Aside from typical Japanese cuisines such as Gomoku Ramen, Tonkatsu, Okonomiyaki, tempura, and etc. They also offer unlimited yakiniku for just only PHP 488.00 and it comes with beef, pork, chicken, sausage, shrimp, salad, side dish, one scoop of ice cream and juice. “Yakiniku” originally referred to “barbecue” food or basically means “grilled meat”.

Kazoku Japanese Restaurant

It’s really hard to find UNLI shrimp for only just only PHP 488.00, unfortunately, there’s no available shrimp the time we dine in. Anyway, You can also add PHP 188.00 for unlimited beer. They just have a very simple request. No sharing, no leftovers, and no take out.

Kazoku Restaurant

Comparing to the Korean restaurant UNLI grill, Korean resto may offer more flavors of meat and they also have a lot of variants. Nevertheless, we will definitely go back here to try other foods they offer in their menu as I heard their “Crazy roll” is super worth a try. The food is very satisfying as Aj and I forgot that we are currently on a diet haha. We highly recommend this place for people who love Japanese cuisine.

Kazoku Japanese Restaurant


Kazoku Japanese Restaurant is located on the second floor of The Grandia Place along Mother Ignacia Avenue, Quezon City, just in front of ABS-CBN.

Via Private Vehicles

  • If you’re coming from Cubao Area, you can take EDSA going to northbound.
  • Straight ahead then turn left to Timog Avenue (Landmark: GMA Network)
  • After passing GMA Network, turn right to Sgt. Esguerra St.
  • Then turn left to Eugenio Lopez Dr.
  • Turn left again to Mother Ignacia Street.
  • Go straight until you reach Kazoku Japanese Restaurant.

Via Commute

  • Let’s say you are coming from Cubao, you have two option, either riding a bus or MRT.
  • Ride any bus going to North (UE Letre, Malinta, SM North, Malanday) or Ride MRT
  • Drop off at Quezon Ave – Centris MRT station.
  • Go to the opposite side through MRT overpass.
  • Then go to Panay Ave.
  • There’s a tricycle terminal there beside KFC.
  • Ask the driver to drop you off at ABS CBN ELJ BUILDING, then you can see Kazuko Japanese Restaurant right away.

Opening hours

From 11am – 11pm


Japanese, Grill, Sushi, Ramen, Japanese BBQ.


Kazoku Japanese Restaurant Mother Ignacia
Kazoku Japanese Restaurant
Kazoku Japanese Restaurant

I’ll update you on this post as soon as I get back to Kazoku Japanese Restaurant. 

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Benjoe Vidal
Benjoe Vidal is a full-time software engineer, part-time travel blogger, and a Hobbyist Photographer. Aside from writing codes he also loves to share and write his travel experiences. He hates describing himself and writing in third person. He is the guy behind this travel blog.

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