I want you to introduce you about “Suddenly! Steak (Ikinari Steak in Japanese)” when you comes to Japan. “Ikinari” means “suddenly”, “all of a sudden” or “without preparation”. It looks they are trying to express that beef-lovers can eat beef steak anytime they want right after they step in the steak house.
The stake house chain is getting popular now and newly opened in New York city as well. You can eat huge and good quality beef with cheaper price here and order your stake per gram. Example, regular beef stake costs 6 yen (converted to 0.6 USD) per gram. Also there is a variant part of beef like rib, sirloin and fillet etc. All meats are very tender and super delicious and you must be satisfied with its volume more than anything! As far as I know, the beef stakes here are the cheapest and most delicious house in the present Japan.The stake houses are located everywhere in Japan and especially Tokyo such as Asakusa, Akihabara, Shibuya, Ebisu , Shinjyuku, Ikebukuro and also my home town Sangenjyaya. (See this resutaurant location list.)
An interst thing is that this chain restaurant issue “Niku” milage card. Niku means meat in Japanese and the milage are counted according to grams you eat at this house. When you achieve rank-up on the milage class, you will gain a free drink and certain discount for your meal.
Here are pictures of stake I ate last time.
How does these look to you? I’m sure you mouth is watering now.
If you like to get futher information about this steak, see the following link.
Official website of “Ikinari Stake”