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Rare Beef Cuts At Yakiniku Bansui, a 51 Year-Old Restaurant Has A New Resto in Shirokane, Tokyo! [PR]

Established in 1966, Bansui is a long-standing yakiniku resto in Shirogane. They have recently opened their 3rd shop in Shirokane. Apart from the exceptionally good yakiniku made with A5-ranked beef, you can also enjoy the beef-broth ramen and other rare special-item cuisines. If you're going to Ebisu or Shirokane, make sure to drop by!

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Fine-quality beef that will entice all your senses!

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The Marina Bay Sands Platter 7,980 yen (taxes not included).
The Marina Bay Sands is a combination platter made with 9 types of rare cuts of A5-ranked beef. Not only is the presentation lovely, but so is the taste.
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To bring out the meat's exquisite taste, it simply has to be slightly seared, it is best enjoyed when slightly rare. You can also enjoy it with some wasabi, or with their delicious secret-recipe sauce!

Delectable Beef-Broth Ramen!

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Beef-broth ramen 980 yen (taxes not included)
This ramen is definitely a must-try at this resto. This soup is made with beef bones that are cooked for over 20 hours and with a special onion sauce. You definitely need to try when you come.
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The Meat Sushi Platter 1900 yen (taxes not included)
There are also a lot of other scrumptious menu items to try, such as the beef sushi. Yum!

Finally...

Established in 1966, Bansui is a long-standing yakiniku resto in Shirogane. Apart from the exceptionally good yakiniku made with A5-ranked beef, we hope you have the chance to also enjoy the beef-broth ramen and other rare special-item cuisines. If you're going to Ebisu or Shirokane, make sure to drop by!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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