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Sukiyaki and shabu-shabu are two different types of Japanese cuisine, both involving thin slices of beef that are boiled at your table.

Sukiyaki and shabu-shabu are two different types of Japanese cuisine, both involving thin slices of beef that are boiled at your table.

Sukiyaki  which is a thinly sliced pork or beef with vegetables and cooked by simmering at the table

Sukiyaki which is a thinly sliced pork or beef with vegetables and cooked by simmering at the table

Horse Sashimi and Sukiyaki at Hidari Uma in Roppongi, Tokyo

Horse Sashimi and Sukiyaki at Hidari Uma in Roppongi, Tokyo

Shabu-shabu, meaning “swish swish”, is prepared by submerging thinly sliced beef and vegetables in a pot of boiling water and swishing it back and forth until cooked. Cooked meat and vegetables are usually dipped in various sauces before eating, and served with a bowl of steamed white rice.

Shabu-shabu, meaning “swish swish”, is prepared by submerging thinly sliced beef and vegetables in a pot of boiling water and swishing it back and forth until cooked. Cooked meat and vegetables are usually dipped in various sauces before eating, and served with a bowl of steamed white rice.

すき焼き Joycook Japan  Sukiyaki  cooked in the Joycook

すき焼き Joycook Japan Sukiyaki cooked in the Joycook

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