Japanese Steak House You Must Try

My best friend and English business mentor is Bill Brooks. Bill and his wife came back to Japan for a vacation after selling their school and returning to America for three years. Bill stayed in Japan for ten years and saved one million dollars! Before you ask, I don’t think anyone will ever be able to do this again the way Bill did it. Most people would die before they live on ten thousand dollars a year in order to save that kind of money in ten years.

Moving on…

We went to one of the best Japanese Barbeque steak (Yakiniku) houses in Japan. If you love steak, you’re going to love Yakiniku! This type of restaurant and the kind of food it serves is a copy of Korean barbeque. Japanese barbeque is much better I think because of Kaizen. Kaizen is a Japanese word that means consistent and never ending improvement.

Anyway… Here is the Japanese steak that melts in your mouth! I eat this once every two months. I was able to cut my red meat intake by 80″ since coming to Japan over eight years ago which is a good thing if you want to loss some un-wanted pounds.

A cheap but decent Yakiniku restaurant will cost you 20 dollars a person and an excellent one will be around 40 to 50 dollars a person.

Here is a pic of the tastiest vegetables you may just go crazy over.

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