Back to Tokyo: Hakushu Teppanyaki

I left Osaka and made my way back to Tokyo. For the first part of our trip we stayed in Shinjuku, now I was staying in Shibuya. After checking in to the hotel, I walked around the corner and went to a teppanyaki restaurant called Hakushu Teppanyaki for dinner.

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Hakushu Teppanyaki

Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine that uses a large solid griddle to cook food. Teppan means “iron plate” and yaki means “grilled” or “broiled”.

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Kobe Beef

When I entered the restaurant, I was asked if I had a reservation. I did not, but they still gave me a seat at the counter overlooking the large griddle.

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Teppanyaki Restaurant
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Large Griddle

The menu offered Kobe beef in all kinds of cuts and sizes. I didn’t go too crazy and ordered one of the smaller selections.

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Sauces

The gave a couple small bowls of dipping sauce and another small bowl with some salt and pepper.

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Dipping Sauce

The cute elderly lady behind the counter seemed to be running the show. She cooked the vegetables first followed by my steak, all with a subtle smile on her face.

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The Cook
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Veggies
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Thin Kobe Steaks

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She placed the pieces of beef on a slice of white bread so it could soak of all the juices and goodness.

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Cooked Beef

The beef was very tender and just melted in my mouth. Kobe beef is amazing stuff! It went great with their special dipping sauce too.

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I had my beef and grilled onions, eggplant, and squash. She also started cooking a small batch of bean sprouts for my meal.

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Cooking Bean Sprouts

Everything was so simply prepared, but so delicious.

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Tasty Beef Dinner

After finishing everything, she took the piece of white bread that’s been soaking up the juices, added some butter, and grilled it until it was golden brown.

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Making Toast

The toasted buttery goodness is eaten at the very end and concluds the meal.

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Garlic Bread

I’m so glad I decided to check out Hakushu Teppanyaki. It was an excellent dining experience.

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Hakushu Teppanyaki

It was a long day and I went back to the hotel for the night. I only had 3 more days left in Japan!


Hakushu Teppanyaki
17−10 Sakuragaokacho
MCD Building 1F
Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0031, Japan
+81 3-3461-0546

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Author: Desiree

Desired Tastes is a Food and Travel Blog written by Desiree, a food enthusiast from New Jersey who just wants to see the world and eat good food.

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