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Japanese Teppanyaki

- Nov 08, 2017 -

Teppanyaki translates literally to “grilling on an iron plate.”  In traditional Japanese cuisine, Teppanyaki style cooking is used for meats such as steak and seafood, as well as dough-based foods like yakisoba (fried noodles) and rice.


Teppanyaki is most often confused with Hibachi grilling.  Hibachi, however, utilizes an open-grate grill, whereas teppanyaki uses a flat, solid, griddle-style cooking surface.  This makes Teppanyaki suitable for cooking smaller and more finely chopped ingredients, including rice, and finely chopped vegetables.


Typical ingredients used for Western-style teppanyaki are beef, shrimp, scallops, lobster, chicken, and assorted vegetables. Soybean oil is typically used to cook the ingredients.

Japanese-style teppanyaki may also use noodles (yakisoba) or cabbage with sliced meat or seafood (okonomiyaki), which are cooked using vegetable oil, animal fat, or a mixture. In Japan, many teppanyaki restaurants feature Kobe beef.


When you are eating teppanyaki, wine and cold dishes are essential.

We recommend the following dishes.

Seasoned Seaweed Salad


Seasoned Squid Salad


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