Sukiyaki , Shabu-shabu

The Japanese began to eat beef in the nineteenth century and one of the most popular dishes became sukiyaki. Thinly sliced beef is added to an iron pot with vegetables, tofu, konnyaku and other ingredients, and then seasoned with sugar, sake, and soy sauce. Diners often dip their food in raw, beaten egg. In 1963, Japanese singer Kyu Sakamoto's single "Sukiyaki" became a hit in America. It is rumored the song got its name when the president of the recording company tried sukiyaki in Japan and found it delicious.

Shabu-shabu is a comparatively new Japanese dish. The same beef, vegetables and tofu are added to a broth in a hot pot, together with sesame sauce and ponzu (Japanese sauce made of soy sauce and citrus juice). The dish derives its name from the sound of dipping the paper-thin beef slices with your chopsticks over and over again into the broth. The beef is typically of the highest quality.
MISHIMA TEI (Sukiyaki)
  • Address: 405 Sakurano-cho,Teramachi,Sanjo-Sagaru,Nakagyo-ku,Kyoto 604-8035
  • Open Hours: 11:30-22:00
  • Closed: Wednesday
  • osusume: Sukiyaki Course From JPY 8,663 To 10,973 (Taxes and service charge included)

KANOKO (Sukiyaki)
  • Address: Shijo sagaru, Nishishigakidori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8012
  • Open Hours: 17:00-22:00(L.O 21:00)
  • Closed: Wednesday
  • osusume: Selected Meat Sukiyaki JPY 4,100 (served with rice and fruits)

JUNIDANYA (Shabu-shabu)
  • Address: 570-128 Gionmachi minamigawa, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0074
  • Open Hours: 11:30-13:30 , 17:00-22:00
  • Closed: Thursday
  • osusume: Shabu-shabu From JPY 10,500 To 16,800


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