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Yakiniku – Japanese-style in-house BBQ.

  • Jun 19, 2015
  • by Alina

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Yakiniku originated in Korea and has since then become a primarily Japanese dish. Often referred to as Japanese barbecue, this style involves cooking small pieces of meat and vegetables on a grill that is built into the table.
Almost everything in the menu is raw. Diners order several types of prepared raw ingredients, such as beef, seafood, poultry and vegetables, and then cook them throughout the duration of the meal.
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The meats are thinly sliced and served on big plates for diners to share. It is common for vegetables to be grilled together with the beef, chicken, or seafood.
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There are several sauces used for the meat. After being cooked, the ingredients are dipped in sauces known as “tare” before being eaten. The most common sauce is made of Japanese soy sauce mixed with mirin, sugar, garlic, fruit juice and sesame. Garlic-and-shallot or miso-based dips are sometimes used.
Different kinds of Korean side dishes including kimchi are also served alongside soups and delicious salads.
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Yakiniku is one of my favourite meals in Japan.  Today I had lunch at one of the Jojoen restaurants. Jojoen is a high class Yakiniku chain with 43 restaurants in Tokyo.
The lunch set starts at 1,000 yen and it includes one plate of meat, 3 kinds of vegetables, a miso soup and bowl of rice. Desert and coffee, juice or tea are also included in the set.
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It was delicious and I highly recommend it.
Interesting fact: in 1993, the All Japan Yakiniku Association proclaimed 29 August as the official “Yakiniku Day”, and that is because of a numerical wordplay, as the date 8/29 can be read as ya-ki-ni-ku: (8 = ya, 2 = ni, 9 = ku).
If you’re looking for a place to have a nice family dinner, where you can take your time to cook and eat your meal, a yakiniku restaurant is a definite must try!
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