Everyone traveling in Japan should try Kobe beef at least once. It is on a lot of people's bucket list to try sushi in Japan, and Kobe beef in Kobe!
Kobe beef is a really famous brand beef in the world now. In this article, you will find out all the ways it is possible to try Kobe beef! There's way more ways than you could have imagined!
Kobe Beef is the most famous Japanese cattle(Wagyu) and it is raised in Kobe, Hyogo. The beef has a soft texture like silk, and it is dissolves on your tongue like butter. It truly is a one of a kind experience!
In 2006, the US media selected Kobe Beef as "the 9 most expensive luxury food in the world" following caviar, Foie gras, and white truffle!
[Beef Steak] Steak Land Kobe-kan ステーキランド神戸館
The chef grills Kobe Beef in front of your eyes at the counter bar. You can enjoy the fine smell of high ranked beef right before eating it!
The chef will cook this beautiful piece of marbled steak on the grill in front of you with some butter and garlic. It's incredibly tender and tasty. Teppanyaki is a terrific experience to have in Japan, especially if it's Kobe beef!!
There are different courses to choose from, all of which include carefully selected Kobe beef.
[Sukiyaki] Komon 古もん
You should not miss Sukiyaki if you like Japenese beef! Sukiyaki is probably the best way to have meat. Komon provides Shabu-shabu (しゃぶしゃぶ)orSukiyaki (すき焼き)from JPY 5,000. This is cheap given that this is shabu-shabu, and even more so considering that they serve Kobe beef!
This Western-style resto serves very beautiful dishes, including Kobe beef. You can also try different types of meat, such as Kobe pork! You can try one of the courses (starting at 6,500) or you can order a la carte!
As a topping, Yazawa uses Kobe Beef! Look at that gorgeous ramen bowl! The soup is made from beef bone broths so it has a rich flavour. After finishing the noodles, you can enjoy the rest of soup with rice like a risotto!
Kobe beef is one of the best types of beef raised in Japan. As you can see, Kobe beef can be enjoyed in various ways. While you are in Kobe, why not try their original Kobe beef cuisines from the places mentioned above?