We aimed to evaluate the differences of the DCE-MR images between radial VIBE with k-space weighted image contrast reconstruction (r-VIBE-KWIC) and Golden-angle RAdial Sparse Parallel (GRASP). DCE-MRI using r-VIBE-KWIC and GRASP was performed in 36 and 35 patients, respectively. The most optimal arterial phase image was selected from eight sub-frame images at arterial phase, and factors of image quality in the both two groups were assessed using five-point scales. In GRASP, the median scores for all factors except for one were significantly higher than those in r-VIBE-KWIC. In conclusion, GRASP provided the better DCE-MR images than r-VIBE-KWIC.