If you’re looking for a night out with a twist, choose teppanyaki. You’re likely to hear a teppanyaki restaurant referred to as a Japanese steakhouse. While steak is certainly on the menu, there’s much more being grilled up in these Japanese restaurants, including chicken, shrimp, and noodles. Teppanyaki is as much about the entertainment as it is about the food. Teppanyaki chefs are skilled in slicing and dicing and thrill diners with tricks like flipping morsels of food into their mouths while their meals are being prepared tableside. This infographic from Kyoto Palace takes a look at the history of teppanyaki cooking. For teppanyaki near San Jose, choose our restaurant for your next night out. Our teppanyaki meals are served with soup, salad, a shrimp appetizer, hibachi veggies, and hot green tea. Tempt your family and friends to get in on the action by sharing this information with them.