Sukiyaki is Japanese beef cooked with vegetables in a sweet-salty soy sauce, served with raw egg for dipping, and few serve it better than Ningyocho Imahan.
Ningyocho Imahan. - image © Florentyna Leow
Sukiyaki is a real crowd-pleaser of a dish – Japanese beef cooked with vegetables in a sweet-salty soy sauce, served with raw egg for dipping. There are few better restaurants for sukiyaki than Ningyocho Imahan. They might be a chain, but the wagyu beef in their sukiyaki is second to none! The Yokohama Takashimaya branch is as good as any of their other outlets, and marks for a great break between shopping and running around the city. Don’t forget to save some room for the gorgeous egg rice at the end of the meal, which they’ll cook in front of you. Those feeling fancy should splash out on the “high quality beef” – it’ll be a sukiyaki experience to remember.
人形町 今半 横浜高島屋店
8F Yokohama Takashimaya, 1-6-31 Minami-saiwai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, 220-8601
Japanese address: 〒220-8601 横浜市西区南幸1-6-31 横浜高島屋8F
Train and subway: Directly connected to Yokohama Station.
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