Time Out says
Sukiyaki is often eaten at home in Japan, but tasting this simmered cuisine at a specialty restaurant is another experience altogether. Established 120 years ago, Ningyocho Imahan is a butchery and restaurant in one, so you know you’ll be getting only the finest quality meat here. As you take up your seat in the elegant space, your waitron will pour a small amount of a sweet soy-based soup into the heated iron pot on your table, before simmering the beautifully marbled beef in the sauce. When the beef is medium rare, it’s taken out of the pot and dipped into a beaten egg. Trust us, you won’t have any qualms about eating raw eg after you've tasted it like this.
2-9-12 Nihonbashi-Ningyocho, Chuo-ku
|Price:||Lunch from ¥4,680 per person, dinner from ¥5,940 per person|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am-3pm, 5pm-10pm|