Masa Garden in Bangkok

Sukiyaki, known as a traditional Japanese hot pot dish, has garnered popularity as a nice choice for group dining among urban residents. It’s a perfect friday night meal with friends. This culinary experience not only fills our appetites but also fosters a sense of togetherness. Gathering around the sukiyaki pot encourages lively conversations and interactions among friends and family members.

If you’re looking for a Japanese hot pot eatery with relaxing Japanese vibes and mouth-watering beef items to enjoy with buddies, take a look at Masa Garden a Kansai-style sukiyaki restaurant near BTS Phrom Phong.

Kansai-style sukiyaki restaurant with Japanese countryside vibes

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Masa Garden offers a Kansai-style sukiyaki which features a slightly sweeter and lighter broth, compared to the more common Toyko-style sukiyaki. In the Kansai-style sukiyaki game, they’re all about letting those natural flavours of the ingredients shine. And that broth? Well, it’s usually whipped up with soy sauce, sugar, and mirin.

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What’s impressive is the feeling you get as soon as you step in. The place is surrounded by greenery and its little garden reminds us of a Japanese countryside.

The light-brown diner itself kind of gives off the vibes of a modern Japanese house, but there’s still a touch of traditional visuals mixed in.

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Eyeing around the interior, you’ll see that the restaurant is all decked out in wood and it is designed Japanese style. But know what the real attention-grabber is? It’s a mini bamboo garden right smack in the middle.

Savour its Wagyu set from ฿900

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Made with soy sauce, sake, and mirin, Kansai-style broth exudes a delicate and refined sweet flavours. Is it true? Come and try it out yourself.

Other than its Kansai-style sukiyaki, it also offers shabu-shabu and sumibiyaki, grilling food over charcoal method. However, coming for the first time, we recommend going for its sukiyaki as it’s the signature of this restaurant.

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Don’t miss their beef options as they’re the highlight of the place. If you are a passionate Wagyu eater, you can enjoy its Wagyu Beef A4 at ฿900 (~USD25.74), high-quality beef that comes with intense marbling, exceptional tenderness, and rich flavour.

Getting to Masa Garden

If you see yourself as a Japanese food lover, we want you to swing by and check out this place. Their Kansai-style sukiyaki is bound to turn this joint into your new top pick for Japanese dining in Bangkok.

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Address: 120 Soi Phrom Chit, Khlong Tan Nuea, Watthana, Bangkok 10110
Opening hours:
11am-10pm, Daily

Nearest train station:
Phrom Phong BTS Station
Contact: +66 2 123 8581 | Google Maps

Cover image adapted from: @iameve_nanas via Instagram, @sayamlers via Instagram, and @monkeyspui via Instagram

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