Care to try a ¥20,000 Kobe beef sandwich? If so, Wagyu Mafia's got you covered! It is the only place that I know of that serves this kind of crazy expensive high-end wagyu beef cutlet sandwiches in Tokyo.
Craving for the beloved Japanese flavorful and marbled beef in Tokyo during daytime but don't feel like spending luxurious budget on it? Here are three budget-friendly and quality wagyu lunch spots for you:
If you are wondering where to eat halal Kobe beef in Japan, this is the post for you. There are excellent restaurants serving it in Kobe, Tokyo, and Osaka!
If you're paying close to 200$, you're probably thinking that it'd better be made of gold! Well, in fact, it is, that's why it is called the "Golden Buns Burger!" Would you give it a shot?
Kyoto is a foodie's dream come true! There is so much succulent food to try and so little time. Unfortunately, a lot of the restaurants have menus only in Japanese and are quite pricey so getting the bill at the end of a meal can come as quite a bad surprise! However, at Aburiya you can eat as much as your heart desires at a set price!
NoMad Grill Lounge is a highly recommended steakhouse in Tokyo, where you can experience the heavenly juicy wagyu (Japanese beef) steaks. The restaurant offers a variety of steaks from "Pittsburgh Style Steak" to an aged wagyu steak.
Sukiyaki and shabu shabu are popular Japanese traditional cuisine. Ningyocho Imahan is one of the most famous for these dishes. They offer not only delicious wagyu (Japanese beef) sukiyaki and shabu shabu, but also a great atmosphere, which will allow you to have a special experience.
Wagyu (Japanese beef) is one of the must-haves dishes, besides sushi, in Japan. Shima is a famous steakhouse in Tokyo, offering incredible wagyu steak and well-known delicious steak sandwich. This article is a guide to Shima, including the menu and prices. Meat lovers must go!!
Matsusakagyu Yakiniku is a famous Japanese-style bbq restaurant that has a few branches in Osaka. It specializes in Matsusaka beef, a type of wagyu that is extremely famous in Japan and abroad. One branch is located in the beautiful Hozenji Yokocho alley. If you are interested in fine-quality Japanese beef, you should definitely stop by Matsusakagyu Yakiniku M in Hozenji Yokocho!