Reservation for Teppanyaki Sosakuteppan Juju Ashiya in Hyogo

updated: June 14th, 2024

Sosakuteppan Juju in Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, offers delicious teppanyaki cuisine. Enjoy a cozy atmosphere and friendly staff.

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    "Sosakuteppan Juju" is a restaurant located in Nishiyama, Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture.
     It can be easily accessed by walking from Hankyu Ashiyagawa or JR Ashiya Station.
     The restaurant has a cozy atmosphere with a seating capacity of 12 at the counter.
    The business hours are from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm (last order at 10:30 pm) from Monday to Friday, 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm (last order at 10:30 pm) on Saturdays, 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm (last order at 9:30 pm) on Sundays and holidays, and from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm on the day before a holiday.
     Reservations are required for private bookings after 10:00 pm.
    At this restaurant, you can enjoy delicious dishes created by skilled chefs.
     The tail soup-like soup and fatty meat are particularly recommended.
     It may be a bit challenging for those who prefer lean meat, but it will surely satisfy those who enjoy it.
    The chefs pay great attention to the ingredients and cook them with care.
     The fillet meat is especially tender, and the garlic rice has a strong garlic flavor.
     The appetizers and foie gras are also exquisite.
    "Sosakuteppan Juju" opened as one of the few remaining steak houses in Ashiya and offers course meals ranging from around 6,000 yen to 10,000 yen.
     The drink menu, including wine, is limited at the moment but may expand in the future.
    At this restaurant, you can enjoy teppanyaki while engaging in cheerful conversations with the friendly staff.
     The owner is also a personable individual, making it a place you would want to visit again.
    We invite you to visit "Sosakuteppan Juju" and experience delicious food and a lovely atmosphere that await you.


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