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Miyama Genghis Khan

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Miyama Genghis Khan Description

Located in Nagano, Miyama Genghis Khan is a unique dining establishment specializing in the art of Genghis Khan cuisine. This traditional Japanese barbecue style, also known as Jingisukan, features thinly sliced lamb or mutton grilled with vegetables on a special skillet. The restaurant's cozy and inviting atmosphere, adorned with rustic decor and traditional Japanese elements, sets the stage for a memorable dining experience.

At Miyama Genghis Khan, diners can savor the succulent flavors of premium cuts of meat expertly cooked to perfection. The menu boasts a variety of options, from classic Genghis Khan sets to innovative twists on traditional dishes. Standout menu items include tender lamb slices marinated in savory sauces, fresh seasonal vegetables, and fragrant rice cooked to fluffy perfection. With a focus on quality ingredients and meticulous preparation, Miyama Genghis Khan stands out as a must-visit destination for those seeking an authentic and delicious Genghis Khan dining experience in Nagano.

Miyama Genghis Khan Overview

Address

3020-694 Hokujō Hakuba, Kitaazumi District, Nagano 399-9301

Phone

+81 (0) 261-85-4633

Access

6 minute taxi ride from Hakuba Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Mon: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Tue: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Wed: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Thur: Closed
Fri: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Sat: 5:00PM-11:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Miyama Genghis Khan Reviews

Miyama Genghis Khan Google Average Rating

4.5

5

Google
Had a bar counter seat and it was great since we struggled for abit with our meat grilling.

Everything was so good. We ordered their special course and there was two pieces of meat of everything but lamb chop. It was pretty good since we then ordered more of which cuts of meat we liked.

Definitely a must-visit restaurant, the lamb is so tender and the mutton isn’t gamey at all. Also, cold noodle at the end of the meal was the best 😍

4

Google
We've had jingiskhan many times in Tokyo/Hokkaido and enjoyed this place too. A nice JP lamb BBQ place in Hakuba - it can get busy so you might want to book. There are both English and Japanese speaking staff.

Depending on your taste you'll prefer diff cuts. One of us liked the sirloin (AU) and mutton (French, frozen) most, another preferred the tenderloin (AU) which wasn't chewy but not much fat. The JP lamb is a bit more expensive.

5

Google
never had such yummy lamb bbq ever! the meat were fresh(never frozen if u ordered the premium) and well marbled. the fats melts in your mouth. service was good, teaches u how long to cook them. veges were fresh and delicious too. ordered the special daisekkai sake and it was really good. will visit again!

update: visited again in 2023 and will still recommend it!

5

Google
Saturday night dinner with 2 ppl at this Mongolian grill restaurant specializing in grilled lamb from many different parts of the world.

We tried coming on Friday night but no space so we reserved for Saturday.

We ordered 1 of the ロースセット which comes with a dish of Australian lamb and a veggie assortment (bean sprouts, onions, cabbage). Plus, added on several different things to try from their specials menu: lamb chop (probably the most tender we've ever had), lamb tataki, suffolk lamb, premium lamb (from France), and 2 orders of enoki mushrooms, 1 order of naga-negi, and 2 large rice. The lamb was so fresh, never frozen.
Also got 2 drinks: small glass of draft beer and gingerale. Price was about ¥9700 in total.

Everything was delicious and it was a great experience. The staff were helpful in explaining how everything should be cooked, including even how many seconds on each side. Thank you!

5

Google
Had a great dinner here so we had to go back a second time,
Only place on the street that doesn't have bookings which was great,
Hot pot was delicious, fairly priced food.
Would definitely recommend.

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