'YAKITORI' is a traditional Japanese meal. The direct translation is 'YAKI' Grilled and 'TORI' Chicken. They are pieces of chicken in the form of 'KUSHI' skewers, grilled on charcoal. This word appears already in 1146 in Japanese literature. In the 16th century, 'YAKITORI' became a favorite at fairs and on street stalls called 'YATAI'. After the 2nd World War, there was a great growth of 'YAKITORI' restaurants all over Japan. Today you can enjoy them in a 'YATAI' even in an haute cuisine restaurant. Today TORi TORi will be the first restaurant in Argentina specialized in this authentic Japanese cuisine.