Updated: November 07, 2018
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Sumibiyaki Kobe Beef Ikuta: Where To Have Kobe Yakiniku in Tokyo!

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Sumibiyaki Kobe Beef Ikuta is a go-to in terms of having Kobe beef in Tokyo. You can try different types of Japanese cuisine, such as BBQ, sukiyaki and shabu shabu (Japanese hot pot). It's delicious, reasonably-priced and conveniently located!

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Sumibiyaki Kobe Beef Ikuta 炭火焼神戸牛いく田

The neon lighting will help you spot this delicious resto in Yoyogi, Tokyo.
https://www.oztable.net
This restaurant has a sleek and modern exterior and is conveniently located in Yoyogi. It is a great place to bring a date, to have a business meeting or even dine with family. There are different types of seating, such as counter seats, tables, and private rooms.
https://www.oztable.net
The restaurant serves different types of Japanese cuisine, the focus being Kobe beef, which you can have served in many different ways.
You can have Japanese BBQ, sukiyaki, shabu shabu. Each style is very different, but all delicious in their own way.

Menu

https://www.oztable.net
The blue stamp certifies it is Kobe beef.
https://www.oztable.net
The courses are between 5,500 yen and 11,000 yen. The most basic course comes with a salad, kimchi, different types of Kobe beef and a mini bibimbap.

Lunch, however, is surprisingly cheap! Most dishes are around 1,000 yen!
This way to eat the beef is to grill it on a BBQ, it is called yakiniku(焼肉).
How about trying it deep-fried, as beef cutlets (ビフカツ)?
You can also have it "sukiyaki" style (すき焼き), which is my personal favourite way! It is beef that is cooked in a dashi broth with some vegetables, which is then dipped into a raw egg. It is absolutely divine!

Finally...

Kobe beef is definitely a must-try while in Japan, although you may not have the chance to travel directly to Kobe, this restaurant is a go-to for those who want to eat Kobe beef in Tokyo! There are tons of ways to enjoy Kobe beef and this restaurant covers most of them!
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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