Japanese Hibachi Grill: A Hot Grilling Trend that is Perfect for Parties

by Nara Hibachi & Hot Rocks Nara Hibachi & Hot Rocks

If you step out of your home and walk across the traditional Japanese restaurants, you are bound to find a truly grilled meat that is cooked over a hot, direct fire and consumed by millions of people. The advantage of using real fire, the portable size, and direct hot cooking make hibachi a popular type of Japanese grill. There are many types of Japanese food that are grilled on hibachi like Yakitori and Teppanyaki. 

Most Japanese dishes start by cutting meats into thin strips and grilling with vegetables tossed in to complete the meal. When it comes to providing the best grilling experience, few grills can beat the direct and concentrated heat of the Japanese-style tabletop grill. Hibachi grill is the great grilling solution for people who love the taste of charcoal grilled foods.


Hibachi is a small heater with a container made from porcelain or other fireproof materials. Hibachi was typically used for heating the room rather than for cooking. The name was co-opted for promoting traditional tabletop barbeque grills across the world. Thus, the term is often used to refer to Japanese grilled food or any small Japanese charcoal grill.


Types of Hibachi Grills

Hibachi grills come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and configurations. The good hibachis are mostly made from solid cast iron and often contain adjustable racks. This gives you the flexibility to adjust the proximity of your food with the heat.

        Charcoal-fired Hibachis - Charcoal grilling with hibachi offers you a lot of grilling options. You can grill anything that will fit on the cooking surface. Large-size hibachis allow you to make a two-level fire which is great for getting foods seared while leaving the space for grilling or helps keep foods warm. Small items are perfect to grill on a hibachi.

        Bottom Vents - The vents are used to adjust your fire. They allow air to rise through the grill and increase the heat of the fire. Though the open design of a hibachi ensures that there is always a sufficient amount of air to keep the fire going.


Japanese grilled dishes like Yakitori is trending among people and perfect for parties. Yakitori means grilled chicken meat. It consists of bite-sized chunks of chicken grilled over charcoal and brushed with soy sauce while cooking to make it crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.


If you are a true lover of Japanese grilled food and desire for a tasty dish prepared on Hibachi Grill in Michigan, add Yakitori in your favorite food list. 

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