We arrived at the hotel in the evening and decided to go out for dinner.
We ended up going to a restaurant that offered a variety of different Japanese meals.
One of which was sukiyaki:
It’s a hot-pot dish which consists of thinly sliced beef which is slowly cooked or simmered at the table, alongside vegetables and other ingredients, in a shallow iron pot in a sweet soy sauce concoction. It also comes with a raw egg for dipping. Don’t worry, unlike America, raw eggs are totally fine to eat in Japan.
We also got shabu-shabu, a different hot-pot dish:
It’s similar to sukiyaki, but the ingredients arrive separately, and you boil them yourself and then dip them in a sauce.
They were both really good, and fun to eat as well.