I guess my expectations were high because of all the great reviews, but I found their beef just so-so. I mean it was good, but nothing extraordinary, really. A great experience though to cook your own sukiyaki.
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We chose to dine here as recommended by a Japanese friend, and it definitely did not disappoint. We arrived 20 minutes before the restaurant opened and there was already a queue outside. Great sukiyaki experience; the staff will show you the correct way to prepare...More
Excellent food, great environment, amazing staff!!!!!!!! We spent our Christmas dinner there and it made our day much cozier!!!!!
We walked pass Asakusa Imahan a few times and decided to try our luck for lunch. The price is good and the food is awesome. The service is great too (all services in Japan are good, what am i talking about?:))
I have eaten shabu shabu many times in the 16 years years I have lived in Japan and Asakusa Imahan is the best I have eaten. The beef itself is perfect and the quality of the ingredients otherwise is equally excellent. Great for large groups....More
Highly recommended by locals. We had the shabu-shabu and beef ( steak) bowls. Both were very good. Traditional Japanese service on tatami mats. They instruct you how to cook the dishes. In addition there is a nice parting gift. We went for lunch , which...More
Imahan-Bekkan is close to Senso-ji temple. The restaurant is Japanese traditional appearance. It's so beautiful. I went to the restaurant with my family. The service staff was very kind to my daughters. Imahan speciality SUKIYAKI was deifinitely one of the best I've ever had.
Served while sitting on the floor by a lady dressed in traditional kimono was great. Food was sensational (although not sure about the raw egg!) and I thought well priced for the quality. Not sure worth the trip all the way of staying in shibuya,...More
Excellent service & a bit pricey. Kobe beef shabu-shabu & gozen was amazing. Artful and creative presentation, more food than we could eat and exotic variety. Kids were given nice goodie bags as souveniers.
tried the lunch deal with beef and chose the sukiyaki option which basically means pan frying with sukiyaki sauce (other option is shabu shabu which mean boiling in water/ soup). the waitress will help to cook the first 2 slices of beef to show you...More