What Exactly Is Wagyu Sukiyaki Ramen?

“Wa” means Japanese and “gyu” cow, hence the term “wagyu,” referring to all

Japanese beef cattle.  Another well-known Japanese dish, sukiyaki, is prepared by simmering vegetables and thinly-sliced beef in a dashi broth.

We discovered a restaurant that ingeniously combines wagyu, sukiyaki, and ramen all into one opulent dish!   

Medium-thick noodles are combined with dark soy sauce and wagyu oil to

complement the decadent flavor of black wagyu beef.

This dish was developed by Yakko Dining (BEEF KITCHEN STAND), which currently operates eateries in Yokohama and Tokyo.

The cost, including tax, is 3,278 yen. Super affordable!

Someone who visited here said, “Everything was made to perfection; it is a hearty meal.”


I asked the creator of Wagyu Sukiyaki Ramen, Mr. Takeshi Matsumoto, what the hardest part was.

He said, “It took a year from concept to commercialization because we were so concerned with quality.” 

What was the kindest thing a customer has ever said to you? “I was pleased to hear that they believed this to be the best ramen they had ever tasted. It tastes so good! Please give it to my girlfriend.”

And Mr. Matsumoto has plans for the future: “I wish to open a restaurant overseas so that more people can try Wagyu Sukiyaki Ramen. It is already loved by so many customers.”

If you find yourself in Tokyo or Yokohama make sure to try Mr Matsumoto’s delightful, new culinary creation. Anyone who visits this beautiful country should try this wonderful ramen and beef sukiyaki together!

For further information, please visit these websites. (Written in Japanese)



Check out this great video of how Mr. Matsumoto cooks Wagyu Sukiyaki Ramen!