Time Out says
Yokohama was the first area in Japan to begin experimenting with beef after the Meiji Restoration in 1868. One of the most popular dishes that emerged was gyu-nabe (literally 'beef hot pot'). It features beef slices cooked with several other ingredients such as negi (Japanese leeks) and shiitake mushrooms in a soy sauce-based soup. Today in Yokohama, you'll find several restaurants that have been serving gyu-nabe since the Meiji era, with one of the most popular being Janomeya. Established in 1893, this restaurant offers gyu-nabe and shabu-shabu (thinly sliced beef boiled in a broth), both featuring authentic A5 ranked domestic black-haired wagyu.
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5-126 Isezakicho, Naka-ku, Yokohama
|Transport:||Koganecho Station (Keikyu Main line)|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Fri 5pm-9.15pm; Sat, Sun & hols 12pm-9pm / closed Mon|