Gyuudon is beef cut thinly and stewed with onions in a salty-sweet brine, then served on top of rice in a bowl. You can use the renmants of sukiyaki to create gyuudon.
The original gyuudon!
They also sell pre-packaged food so that you can make Yoshinoya gyuudon at home.
Matsuya calls their gyuudon “beef meals.”
Matsuya also sells pre-packaged foods. You can enjoy the same taste at home.
Gyuudon that’s 40% beef and 10% onion!
They also sell a 20 pack!
This is gyuudon made after beef research!
Rare grilled gyuudon.
Now if we’re talking about a Japanese meal of the same popularity as ramen, it would be gyuudon.
The soupy-style gyuudon called tsuyudaku that has lots of broth is recommended.
Try saying “tsuyudaku de!” when you order!