photo credit: Benji Dell
One of Little Tokyo’s many allures is the relative affordability of its dining options. Kagaya does not fall under that category. This is high-end Shabu Shabu and one of the best in the city. It's a DIY-style cooking set-up with raw platters of premium meats and seafood and a big hot pot of broth and sauces to dip it all in. Kagaya is small and refined, but if you’re looking for that go-big experience in Little Tokyo, Kagaya is where it’s at.
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