Accessible Teppanyaki in Ginza at Sakuzuki

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      Sakuzuki is a teppanyaki place (food grilled on hot metal surface in your table). The owner’s son has down syndrome and wanted to create a restaurant where anyone can enjoy classy dining.

      Even the sign outside lists it has an accessible toilet and ostomate facilities for those with colostomy bags. There is a large elevator with low buttons. The toilet is big, but unfortunately does not have a backrest. All tables have removable seats and are high enough for most wheelchairs. If it is not high enough, extenders can be added to raise the table.

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      It is also the first place in Japan I saw that has an evacuation chair for those who cannot walk!


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