"The beef tongue, so called gyutan (牛タン), is a popular food in Japan well known for its unique chewy texture with its fine taste of the rare part of the beef. Once you try the exceptional charcoal grilled beef tongue along with barley rice and oxtail soup in Gyusen, you will definitely become a big fan of it"
Gyutan in Japan. featuring thickly or thinly sliced beef tongue grilled over a charcoal flame or on a teppan skillet surface. The gyutan is seasoned with salt or soy sauce-based tare sauce and served with rice and soup.
Gyutan’s flavor and texture vary greatly depending on how it’s sliced and cooked, and the meat becomes quite tender when braised.
Yamato Yams is rich in protein, vitamin B complex, vitamin C and minerals. They are rich in nutrients and can promote the digestion and absorption of nutrients. It is particularly delicious when mixed with mugi-meshi.
Mugi-meshi is a dish of steamed rice cooked with barley.Barley is rich in calcium and fiber and has high nutritional content, making it an ideal dietary food.
Gyusen Oxtail soup is a perfect partner with beef tongue meal, smooth and fresh flavor.
Pickled pickles are another "essential" side dish in beef tongue meals. Marinated with special sauces to make side dishes more refreshing when served with meat.