Updated: March 19, 2019
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Hasegawa In Ginza Offers Exquisite Japanese Yakiniku Courses

Near the Ginza station, try Hasegawa, an exquisite yakiniku restaurant serving a variety of delicate dishes of Japanese cuisine as part of its courses.

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Hasegawa In Ginza, Tokyo

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Hasegawa is located a 3-minute walk from Ginza station.

The concept of the restaurant is a combination of yakiniku (Japanese bbq) and traditional cuisine, so you'll get high-grade meat along many small servings of Japanese traditional foods beautifully presented.

Course Includes Chateaubriand Tenderloin Cut

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There are many courses available but the house recommends its special which includes the rarest beef cut, the Chateaubriand.
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The Chateaubriand is cooked slowly allowing the fat content to drip and the umami flavour to condense.
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Once it's done, a truffle is grated on it just like parmesan cheese would be grated over pasted. The result is really perfect. The mellow taste of the truffle enhances even further the taste of the meat.
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Along with this Chateaubriand, comes a Japanese black cattle meat sushi that is combined with some salmon roe and some sea urchin. Every ingredient is incredibly savoury and fresh. The tender meat goes really well with the creamy sea urchin and salmon roe.
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The course comes with some other beautifully marbled cuts of high-grade Japanese beef. You only need to cook both sides of the thin slices for an instant to enjoy these cuts.
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Enjoy these thin slices with some creamy, sweet and spicy egg yolk dipping sauce. This kind of dipping sauce is similar to the one found in sukiyaki cuisine.
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The course includes an impressive variety of small dishes inspired by the season. This is comparable to a kaiseki course but with yakiniku as the main dish.
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For a special occasion, you can't go wrong with such a beautiful course in such a traditional, refined setting.
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Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.

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