Answered almost 3 years ago

Butchers with frozen whole wagyu cuts in Tokyo?

Matt Watson Matt Watson, Living in Japan

You can buy wagyu pretty much anywhere that sells meat in Japan.I don't know how you plan on shipping the meat once you have purchased it though. You might want to check with the airline you are flying with to see what regulations they have for shipping fresh meat.Additionally, if you plan on usi...

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Answered about 3 years ago

where should i try wagyu beef?

kunoichi kunoichi, Living in Japan

Here are some styles you can try wagyu beef in.- Yakiniku: It's a Japanese style BBQ. - Shaun shabu: It's a DIY hot pot dish. You can try thin sliced wagyu beef.- Sukiyaki: Another hot pot dish. In this style, you can try thin slices wagyu beef boiled in soy sauce based seasoned broth.- Teppanyak...

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Best Japanese Food in Tokyo: Top Restaurants for Each Category

Best Japanese Food in Tokyo: Top Restaurants for Each Category

When it comes to Japanese food in Tokyo, who else to trust but the Japanese themselves? Here’s a compiled list of the top 3 restaurants per Japanese food category; Sushi, Tempura, Ramen, Soba noodles, Udon, Tonkatsu, Wagyu beef, Okonomiyaki, Kaiseki, and Yakitori, rated by the locals. Your experi...

Answered over 3 years ago

where is the best place to eat beef

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

It might depend on how you want to try wagyu beef.- Steak/teppanyaki5 Best Teppanyaki Restaurants in Tokyohttps://hubjapan.io/articles/5-best-teppanyaki-restaurants-in-tokyo- SukiyakiBest 10 Sukiyaki in Tokyo You Should Try At Least Oncehttps://hubjapan.io/articles/best-10-sukiyaki-in-tokyo-you-s...

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Answered almost 4 years ago

Where can I eat a delicious sukiyaki in Tokyo?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Imahan is one of the most famous sukiyaki / shabu-shabu restaurant with many branches. You can find Imahan at Asakusa, Shinjuku, Nihombashi, and other. Imahan website: https://www.imahan.com/index-e.html Another luxury and definitely the best sukiyaki in Tokyo is Ishibashi in Kanda. Not o...

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