Ukai-Tei is perhaps the most famous teppanyaki restaurant in the Omotesando/Harajuku area. Enjoy teppan-grilled Wagyu Beef as part of lunch or dinner courses.
Japanese beef, or 'wagyu,' is some of the most delicious and expensive meat on the planet. It's definitely one of the foods that should be on everyone's list of Japanese foods to enjoy while in Japan. Ginza is home to some of the best steak restaurants in the world, and you can't go wrong with any of the restaurants on this list!
Reservation links included! Looking for teppanyaki or Yakiniku restaurants in Osaka? Here are some of the best. At the restaurants on this list, you will be able to taste premium wagyu including the legendary Kobe Beef! Enjoy.
Teppanyaki is a cooking style on an iron plate Japan has become very famous for. Nothing tastes better than a teppanyaki steak! But the cooking style is not just limited to beef. You can also have seafood for instance. If you are looking for delicious teppanyaki restaurant in Shinjuku, here are the best places!
If you're going to try Japan's finest beef, might as well try it at its birthplace! Here are the absolute best restaurants to try Kobe beef and all the various ways it can be eaten!
Looking for some A5 wagyu beef done teppan style? Then teppanyaki Grow in Ueno is an excellent option. Here's what you need to know about this popular restaurant.
Teppanyaki Grow in Roppongi offers an excellent teppanyaki experience featuring A5 aged wagyu beef.
To experience Japan's legendary Kobe Beef, Kobe Plaisir Ginza in Tokyo is a first-rate choice. They specialize precisely in Kobe Beef prepared teppanyaki style.
While you're in Tokyo, wouldn't you like to try the very famous Kobe beef. Kobe beef is famous for its flavour, well-marbled texture and tenderness. It is Tajima wagyu (Japanese beef) cattle from Kobe. There are many ways to enjoy this delicious wagyu (Japanese beef). Which one would you like to try? Perhaps all of them! The best way to try Kobe beef is to simply enjoy its delicious flavour as is. You can try it as a steak or on a BBQ grill. It is also delicious ever so slightly dipped in a lightly flavoured broth. You can also try it on top of rice with a raw egg. If you want to have a very Japanese experience, on top of superb ramen. And if you want a twist on a classic, as a burger!