If you’re a fan of grilling over an open flame, you’ve surely tried Japanese grill! Charcoal-based cooking was popular even before the 1950s, and it’s safe to say that it has remained a fan favorite to this day. However, did you know that there are several different types of Japanese grilling techniques?
A hibachi is basically a type of small heater made from porcelain (or other fireproof material). It can also be a traditional tabletop barbecue grill, as well as a grilling technique. If you want to treat your palate to food fit for a king, we highly recommend that you grill some Wagyu beef. It’s by far the best when cooked on a hibachi grill.
Shichirin grills are portable charcoal grills that work on binchotan charcoal. Since this grill is pretty small and can only be used for a couple of hours at a time, it’s usually the perfect choice when cooking for up to three people. If you really want to taste the tradition, try some yakitori — it’s simply delicious! Yakitori is basically grilled chicken. However, what makes this meal so special is the grilling technique. The skin is crispy, and the meat is tender and succulent. There’s no better combo!
Similar to Hibachi, this technique also involves grilling meat over an open flame. But, when grilling teppanyaki-style, the chef uses an iron griddle with a solid flat surface.
Best Homegrown Meat On The Market
At Naturally Homegrown Meats, you’ll find only the best cuts of Japanese beef. If you don’t know much about standard cuts, let us give you something to chew on:
Tan/gyutan meat is the beef tongue and actually one of the most popular cuts in Japan.
Karubi meat is a boneless short rib. This cut is particularly juicy and flavorful — it simply melts in your mouth.
If you want a leaner cut, Rōsu is the perfect balance of lean and tender.
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If you’d like to try your hand at making some Japanese grill, we highly recommend that you check out our selection of premium Wagyu beef. It’s time to introduce your taste buds to a symphony of flavor!