Shabu-shabu is a Japanese cooking style where dinners cook thin slices of meat quickly in boiling broth and then dip them in sauce.
Shabu-shabu originated in China, where lamb was the meat of choice. It has become widely known in Japan since 1952 when a butcher shop in Osaka used beef which many Japanese prefer.
"Shabu-shabu" was named for the sound produced by the broth produced while cooking slices of meat, as it is similar to the sound of water when we wash clothes.
Shabu-shabu is a simple and healthy meat dish that can be enjoyed by everyone.
This is an all-you-can-eat shabu-shabu restaurant. We hope you will be satisfied with our quality and quantity!