In Japan’s largest prefecture, we found what just might be it’s largest hamburger steak.
Japan’s biggest Korean barbecue chain adds two set meals for Muslim meat fans.
Two kinds of beef, and a surprising amount of veggies, are keeping Tokyo’s otaku and businesspeople full.
When it’s time to go big or go home, you can go really big at some of our favorite restaurants in Japan!
You’ll need to bring a big appetite but just a little cash.
Carnivorous cuisine in Kanda.
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. When it hands you wild boars, make sausages.
And that’s even before the sticky liquid starts oozing out of it.
If you’re hungry, strapped for cash, and/or indecisive, this Akihabara restaurant is for you.
There’s so much to love about this surprising ramen dish.
Complete with a touch panel ordering system, unusual menu items, and jet take-off sounds, this new restaurant is set to change the way we enjoy grilled meat forever!
Full day of Korean barbeque could work out to just 69 yen (US$0.66) per person per meal.
This is just one of the items in a range of delicious accessories designed for meat lovers.
Limited-time offer of all-you-can-eat meat is so good and so cheap that it’ll make you forgive the corny pun behind it.
Can you guess what’s underneath the plastic bucket at the end of all that aluminium tubing?
Thanks, Obama (for lunch)!
Foodies in Japan are about to get a well-barbecued piece of Singapore this coming summer.
Before you order that Japanese steak, make sure you know what you’re getting.
This Hokkaido ramen joint’s chashu is extremely tasty, so it’s a good thing they give you a ton of it.
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