Japan's Macho Restaurant Serves Up Real Beefcakes

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From the folks that gave us the Macho Cafe, comes this: the Macho Meat Shop. Hope you like your beef lean and muscular!

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Located in Tokyo, the Macho Nikuya (“nikuya” can mean “butcher” or “meat shop”) is staffed by musclebound men who are prone to flex poses while serving up raw beef.

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The idea behind the cafe is protein and meaty dudes.

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Maybe that’s why it has raw egg drinks, plenty of steaks and lets you feed buff guys?

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Popular Japanese morning show Mezamashi TV recently visited the restaurant, and announcer Misato Nagano was encircled by macho men, striking poses.

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“Delicious!”

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Macho Nikuya is only open for a limited time. It will run until November 9.

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That means one thing.

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There’s still time.

For more info, check out the restaurant’s official site. You can also follow Mezamashi TV on Twitter, if you like!

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Top image: cx_mezamashi | Fuji TV

To contact the author of this post, write to bashcraftATkotaku.com or find him on Twitter@Brian_Ashcraft.

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