Food and Drinks

Shabuyo (しゃぶ葉): Japan’s Ultimate Shabu-Shabu Paradise by Skylark

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Shabuyo: Skylark’s Shabu-Shabu Extravaganza

Shabuyo, a culinary gem, emerges as a specialized haven for shabu-shabu enthusiasts. It was conceived by Skylark Holdings Co., Ltd. in 2007, a heavyweight in Japan’s vibrant foodservice realm since its inception in 1962. Skylark’s diverse portfolio spans family restaurants and charming cafes, and their renowned “Karayoshi” fried chicken is an absolute revelation.

Shabuyo, a cherished member of the Skylark family, boasts a formidable presence with around 200 establishments sprinkled across the nation. Seek out their enticing locations via their official website, a delightful journey awaits.

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Shabuyo’s allure resides in the kaleidoscope of choices it bestows upon its patrons: an artful blend of meats, broths, sauces, and vegetables. The meat selection transcends the ordinary, offering a tantalizing array that includes not only pork and beef but also exclusive, limited-time brand meats and succulent lamb. The broth experience is a nuanced affair, with a choice of six enticing variations. When it comes to sauces, Shabuyo goes above and beyond the usual suspects, embracing unconventional yet delectable flavors.

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The inclusion of an abundant selection of fresh, all-you-can-eat vegetables, alongside a meticulously curated salad bar, elevates the dining adventure. Shabuyo’s generosity extends to a lavish spread of unlimited sushi, indulgent desserts, and a well-stocked beverage bar.

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Shabuyo’s remarkable popularity is a testament to its status as a must-visit destination for gastronomes. It offers attractively priced all-you-can-eat experiences, with lunch commencing at ¥1,000 and dinner at ¥2,000.

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