Jujuan has created an original dish called seiro mabushi. Drawing hints from two types of steamed eel dishes, Jujuan uses brand name meat instead of eel. The Kuroge Wagyu beef comes served over rice in a deep bowl and topped with a tangy sauce. First, enjoy a piece of the umami-packed soft meat. Next, mix in the toppings to your liking. We recommend the simmered seasoned beef and the Japanese wild pepper. Finally, pour in the tea-based fish broth and finish the remainder ochazuke style. High-grade Hanamidori chicken and Kagoshima Kurobuta pork are also available.
Menu: Kuroge Wagyu seiro mabushi ¥3,000, Hanamidori chicken seiro mabushi, ¥2,000, Kagoshima Kurobuta pork seiro mabushi ¥2,200, mentaiko dashi rolled omelet ¥680, satsuma-age fish cakes ¥550, seared chicken breast ¥780, Kyushu-made sake ¥800~, high ball ¥700, cocktails ¥800~
*Foreign language menu: English, Korean, Chinese / Credit cards accepted / Reservations possible / No smoking
Originally published in Fukuoka Now Magazine (fn241, Jan. 2019)