252-254 DeGraw Ave.
Teaneck, NJ 07666 
Tel: (201)692-0700
Fax: (201)692-1004 

Yakitori, grilled chicken, is a Japanese type of skewered chicken. It is made from several bite-sized pieces of chicken meat, or chicken offal, skewered on a bamboo skewer and barbecued, over charcoal. The chicken we use is free range and organic.

So, why 39? In Japanese, 39 is pronounced "san kyu", which is the way Japanese say "thank you", and we would like to thank you, the customer, for trying our new and innovative Japanese cuisine.

Yakitori 39 only use the freshest free range chicken in our yakitori and of course, as usual, our chef, Yoshikatsu Yamashita, has a special twist, duck breast yakitori, lamb chop yakitori, and an wide array of appetizers including cold tofu dishes, Japanese style salads, deep fried Japanese chicken wings (tebasaki). We also have homemade specialty Japanese and French desserts. 

Yakitori 39 also feature a premium sake and shochu list, as well as a balanced assortment of wines. Diners ordering yakitori will have a choice of having it served with salt or with tare sauce, which is traditionally made up of mirin, sake, soy sauce and sugar, but in our version, you will also taste a hint of bordelaise wine sauce as well. The sauce is applied to the skewered meat and is grilled until delicately cooked and is served with the tare sauce as a dip.

Also, Yakitori 39 holds various culturally unique events and provides you catering services for your weddings, cultural festivals, corporate and private events and customized birthday parties.

call (201)692-0700 for your reservation

Hours of Operation:
                                      Tue, Wed, Thu, & Sun: 5:00pm - 10:30pm (last order)
                                                     Fri & Sat: 5:00pm - 11pm (last order)

Closed Mondays

                                                                Pick Up Available.
                                                          Private Parties Welcome.
                                                    Artists and Musicians Welcomed.