Sukiyaki is a dish of Japanese cuisine in Japanese hot pot style, famous as nabemono style. This dish is made up of meat in a mix of sugar, mirin and soy sauce, which is cooked at a very low flame in shallow pot of iron. Many other ingredients and vegetables are also used in the preparation of this popular Japanese dish. All the ingredients are dipped in small bowl containing beaten raw eggs, before eating the dish.
This dish is prepared in cold season of Japan and is very popular in the year ending parties and feasts. It is believed that not much cost is involved in the preparation of sukiyaki. This dish is very popular in Japan as one pot meal. The meat that is used in sukiyaki recipe is beef. The beef is cut into thin slices for cooking sukiyaki.
The preparation method of sukiyaki may vary from one region to another region in Japan. The major difference in the cooking method is between the western Japan (Kansai region) and eastern Japan (Kantō region).