Kyobashi Iseihiro is a lovely local shop that started in Taisho 10 (1913) with over 100 years specializing in yakitori. There are about eight tight seats that overlook the tiny kitchen. The chef manages not only grilling the skewers but also the heat by moving around the charcoal. After 1:00 p.m. there is a mini donburi lunch special of three skewers, rice, chicken broth, and pickles. Before that there is a four-skewer donburi or a five-skewer donburi. The tsukune, ground chicken with chopped cartilage, is my favorite in the city.