The Origin of Teppanyaki
Teppanyaki is a style of cooking originally conceived in Japan by Misono restaurant chain in 1945. This cooking style was introduced to the US in 1964, first in New York City, then spread to other parts of the country.

What is Teppanyaki?
Teppanyaki is a Japanese word that describes a style of Japanese cuisine. The word “teppan” means “iron plate” and “yaki” means grilled. This style of cooking refers to dishes prepared on a large, flat iron griddle. The chef will have all ingredients and cooking utensils on his cart. After an introduction and utensil-maneuvering, the chef prepares the entire table’s food in front of diners while continuing to entertain.

Teppanyaki at Kobe Seafood & Steakhouse
At Kobe Seafood & Steakhouse, we strive to reinvent the experience with our skilled chefs searing your meal to perfection right in front of your eyes using the choicest meats, scrumptious seafood, and garden-fresh vegetables. Prepare to be entertained while enjoying a delicious meal! This interactive meal is fun for couples, large groups, and any special occasion such as birthday celebrations.