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    Matsusaka Beef Dish at Gyugin Yoshokuya
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    Gyugin Yoshokuya: Affordable Matsusaka Beef

    by Rabbityama Written Mar 6, 2013

    Matsusaka Beef is one of the three most famous beefs in Japan. There are many restaurants that offer Matsusaka beef, but it comes at a price.

    For those who want to try it but don't want to spend a lot of money, the Gyugin Yoshokuya is a great option. They offer various dishes made with Matsusaka beef for less than 1000 yen. There are a variety of dishes that use the beef. The curries are popular, but there are other dishes that feature the meat without overpowering it with sauces as well. The dishes are tasty and the meat is good, although I must admit I'm not the best judge of 'fine meats'.

    The Gyugin Yoshokuya is attached to the more expensive Gyugin Honten on the left side.

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    Kyu-Bei: Best Izakaya in Japan

    by Sandmonkee Written Dec 7, 2005

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    A totally raucous Japanese style pub (aka izakaya), with lots of nightlife every night of the week. None of the staff speak English, but they all love foreigners. Beware, the place is a major hang-out for foreigners on Wednesday nights, usually after 9pm. Best of all, its extremely cheap, probably the cheapest beer I've gotten in a pub in my whole time in Japan!

    Favorite Dish: Garlic cha-han. Kind of like a fried rice dish, but with a certain something making it absolutely mouth-watering!

    Address: Near the Station, south side

    Directions: Go out the north exit from the station, and turn right. Follow the road over the tracks, then go left. Its on the right ~100m from the tracks, down a couple of steps. Look for the red lantern!

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