In the Japanese language, the familiar term “Shabu-Shabu” comes from the sound of fresh ingredients being stirred in the boiling water of a bubbling hot pot. It suggests precisely how this savory dish is cooked and enjoyed. At MUGENDAI particularly, the meat components are not only fresh, but also of a topnotch variety— ranging from Matsuzaka beef, Kobe beef, Kurobuta pork, to Kinmedai and Hamachi fish—served to match only the most delectable Shabu broth.