Sukiyaki Iroha

Goan sugar

To begin, your server will prepare the first round of meat for you.
An iron pot is used to heat goan, a kind of sugar that has larger crystals and greater purity than granulated sugar.

Adding Kyoto beef

Slices of Kyoto beef sirloin are laid in the pot. The meal will begin with the deep flavors of wagyu (Japanese beef).

The tenderness of wagyu

The meat is lightly seared until it begins to brown. Great care is taken to ensure it is not overcooked.

Iroha’s special sauce

The warishita used for our sukiyaki is Iroha’s special house sauce. We hope you enjoy its rich, full flavor.

The true pleasure of sukiyaki

As soon as the warishita sauce is added, the pot begins to sizzle and a wonderful aroma rises up. Please eat the meat while it is still tender.

With a beaten egg

Sukiyaki is particularly delicious dipped in a beaten egg.
* Please let us know ahead of time if you would prefer not to eat raw egg.

The rest is up to you

Once you have enjoyed the initial round of meat, put in your choice of vegetables and infuse them with the deep, rich flavor of wagyu.
Comes with a simple relish, rice, pickled vegetables, and fruit.