Sister restaurant of Sushi Kimura, The Gyu Bar specializes in wagyu yakiniku, serving premium Wa-OH beef imported chilled (not frozen) from Kumamoto prefecture on Kyushu island. They have an omakase menu: 6-course lunch menu for $68++ or 10-course dinner for $138++.
Kindori at CHIJmes serves Japanese fried chicken and craft beers.
Niku Kin 肉金, a yakinuku at Craig Road, aims to make 100% authentic Hokkaido wagyu (A3 to A4 grade) affordable for the public.
Yakiniku-Oh Goen at Tanjong Pagar serves super umami yakiniku, using imported cow from Hokkaido. By cow, I really mean cow. They import entire cows.
Kamoshita at Neil Road serves oden or Japanese yong tau foo, but they are tasty beyond imagination.
Originated from Tokyo, with more than 70 outlets worldwide, Sumire Yakitori House at Bugis Junction has been in Singapore since 2013. They have a new menu that has lots of cheese in the dishes.
Q-WA Izakaya at Beach Road Bugis is a new Japanese restaurant that specialises in yakimono (Japanese grilled skewers).