Nabe / Sukiyaki / Shabu Shabu
Lunch: ¥10,000 - ¥14,999
Dinner: ¥10,000 - ¥14,999
One of the oldest hotpot restaurants in Japan, where you can get a taste of cosmopolitan Yokohama living from the Meiji Era.
Founded in 1868, this was the first gyu-nabe restaurant to open in all of Japan. If you’re wondering what gyu-nabe is, it’s basically very similar to sukiyaki. However, it’s considered a Western-style cuisine because it was inspired by the food of foreign merchants who lived in Yokohama during the Meiji Era. The city had a lot of Europeans, Chinese, and Koreans — a pretty cosmopolitan place for its day. The restaurant has continued to serve their iron-kettle beef hotpots with much the same recipe as in the old days. The broth is a house recipe, using miso paste for a rich, salty flavor. You can choose either a la carte ordering, or from 6 different set-course meals, most of which feature sashimi appetizers. Sukiyaki and steak are also available. The space can accommodate any size of party, from the 2-person sunken tatami seats, to a banquet hall for up to 40 people.
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1-1-15 Sueyoshicho, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, 231-0055, Japan
Nestled below the bustling city of Tokyo, Kanagawa Prefecture is as diverse in its environment as its food is delicious; Kanagawa offers Chinese street food and craft beer in Yokohama and fresh seafood from Kamakura and Enoshima, as well as natural beauty and mountainous produce in the hot spring town of Hakone near the base of Mount Fuji.
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