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
|Opening hours:||Tue-Fri 5pm-9.15pm; Sat, Sun & hols 12pm-9pm / closed Mon|
|Transport:||Koganecho Station (Keikyu Main line)|