This nabe style hot pot dish is famous inside and outside of Japan.
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Typically, the hot pot is stewed on the table with fresh ingredients.
The base is soy sauce, mirin and sugar – creating a typical Japanese flavor.
It is usually made with beef and vegetables.
After the pot is cooked, you dip the hot food into a bowl of raw egg.
If you’re thinking “the word sukiyaki sounds weirdly familiar” I know why…
It’s also the name of a famous song – it sold 13 million copies world-wide and even hit the charts in the US in 1963.