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  • "yakiniku," which mirrors Korean barbecue closely.

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  • Sushi, takoyaki, yakitori and umeboshi as well are favourites, but otherwise, I have mostly been introduced to nabe, yakiniku, sashimi, fisheyes and a lot of different - don: s.

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  • Young men reported meat as a little luxury, either yakiniku grilled beef or a steak, whereas young women found pleasure in Haagen-Dazs or other posh ice cream, as well as in desserts and sweets.

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  • My coworkers and I would go when we wanted to treat ourselves- again, Gyu Kaku isn't expensive compared to other yakiniku places but yakiniku, in general, isn't a cheap outing.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • I shrieked and jumped up and down, tugging on poor J's (husband) sleeve yelping about how I used to go there often when I lived in Japan, the good times I had there with friends, the great yakiniku and jockey (mugs) of cold beer, etc.

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  • Gyu Kaku is a chain of yakiniku grilled meat is the literal translation but it's basically Korean barbeque, Japanese-style restaurants all over Japan.

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  • Unlike most yakiniku places, Gyu Kaku Japan is reasonably priced and therefore popular with young people.

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  • We also hit a yakiniku, or Korean BBQ place in Osaka and I've included a couple of photos of the gorgeous meat in this set since it sort of has the same theme.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • Korean-style bbq and Japanese yakiniku bbq also originated from Mongolia.

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  • After a few minutes, we were able to find this place that had all-you-can-eat yakiniku for $25.

    Archive 2006-05-01

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