Updated: November 07, 2018
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The Best Sukiyaki Restaurants in Shinjuku, Tokyo!

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What is sukiyaki? It is thin slices of beef cooked in a broth with tofu and tons of vegetables. It is then dipped in a raw egg. It is simply heavenly! Here's a list of the must-visit sukiyaki restaurants in Shinjuku, Tokyo! (All price-ranges included).

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Ibuki (伊吹)

Ibuki is a quality sukiyaki restaurant located very close to the Shinjuku Station's South Exit. This restaurant is quite small so you might have to make a reservation before-hand, or the very nice staff might be able to squeeze you in somewhere. Some say that is is the best sukiyaki they've ever had, which is quite incredible at that price. A sukiyaki meal is about 4,000 yen.

Oumigenji (近江源氏)

Oumigenji is in Kabukicho, between the Seibu-Shinjuku station and the Higashi-Shinjuku station. It's a must visit in Shinjuku for an authentic and delicious sukiyaki experience in Tokyo! You can sit on the floor and dine Japanese-style in a tatami room (pst! there is a hole under the table for your feet in case you get tired of sitting with your legs crossed). The staff is very helpful and also happens to speak English.
The sukiyaki dinner course is around ¥10,000.

Kisoji (木曽路)

http://www.kisoji.co.jp/kisoji/english/index.html
Kisoji is a great place to have delicious sukiyaki served with Japanese beef. They have branches all over Tokyo and Japan, so be sure to check it out!
You can also have wagyu courses from 5,400-7,776 yen, depending on the amount of marbled beef you want with your sukiyaki.
http://www.kisoji.co.jp/kisoji/english/index.html

Rokkasen (六歌仙)

Rokkasen has made it to the number 1 spot on the TripAdvisor website for restaurants in Shinjuku and it's definitely not without a reason!

They offer "shabu-shabu" and "sukiyaki" (both are Japanese hot pot dishes) as well as yakiniku. There are two sukiyaki courses, one at ¥7,020 and the other at ¥11,800. The major difference between the two is the type of meat used. The first uses special Japanese black beef cattle wagyu and the latter, Matsusaka wagyu

Nabezo (鍋ぞう)

Nabezo has 16 branches in Tokyo alone, this super popular restaurant serves all-you-can-eat sukiyaki. They use top quality beef, and vegetables from Japan, also they don't use any MSG's or additives.
They only serve lunch on the weekend, and it starts at ¥1,380 (it includes meat, vegetables, rice, and noodles).
Dinner starts at ¥2,180 (unlike lunch, it includes a dessert).
Both are quite a good deal given that they are all-you-can-eat restaurants; sukiyaki tends to be pricey elsewhere in Tokyo.

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    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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