Strangely enough, though, there is not a lot of information regarding wagyu outside of Japan. What do most people know about it in foreign countries? It’s fatty and tender, it’s pricey and served usually in tiny portions. And the best there is is called Kobe beef.
Kukai is a quiet establishment tucked away in an alley near Ikuta Shrine in Kobe. Although you have an array of choices on the menu, most patrons come for one thing and one thing only; the Kobe beef okonomiyaki.