Gyudon, a Japanese style of beef bowl, which consists of a bowl of steamed rice topped with simmered thinly sliced beef and tender onion, is one of the popular national food. Some locals are very particular about Gyudon and each person has his/her own favorite style. In this experience, we are going to order all kinds of toppings and we share them, and you will have a chance to find your favorite style!  Gyudon style introduction Before ordering, I will introduce some Gyudon styles, and also give you some tips about "secret" style which is known to a few people. Get some ideas about what Gyudon style you want to have.  Making your original Gyudon & Tasting We will order all kinds of toppings and share them. Each topping is served on a small plate. Choose which ones you want to try, and put them on your Gyudon. Of course, you can try all, or you can just choose some based on your food preference. Take a photo of your original Gyudon, and taste it! *You can avoid some toppings if you have some dietary restrictions. *You can wrap up the leftovers and take them with you. [Free Gift] Your name in Japanese I will create your kanji name and write down with a Japanese brush pen.
Gyudon(Beef Bowl), 7 Toppings [Cheese / Grated Yam / Grated Japanese white Radish / Kimchi / Green Onion & Egg / Bonito…
- I love Gyudon. When I was a Japanese restaurant's part-timer in my college days, I sometimes had it 7 times per week. Then I found many different Gydon styles. Now I am a shareholder of a Gyudon company, and I still support Gyudon culture! - When I traveled around the world for a year, I enjoyed meeting local people and got a lot of their hospitality. As this experience made me want to give the same opportunity to travelers in my country, I have been holding over 100 parties for cultural exchange. I am also an experienced writer for websites introducing shops in Tokyo for more than 6 years, please ask me if you would like to know more about recommended local places to visit.
Meet up in front of SUKIYA at Shinjuku NS building 1F. SUKIYA is the largest Gyudon chain restaurant. --- The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building is minutes away, so visiting there before/after this experience will be a good option if you have time. The building's twin towers each have an observatory at a height of 202 meters with free admission!
9月6日 金曜日 19:30～20:30
Ordering side menu cost extra. Please pay in cash or by credit card. e.g. Miso Soup ¥80 / Pork Miso Soup ¥190 / Natto (Fermented Soybeans) ¥90 / Kids meal ¥400 / Beer ¥410