Japanese barbecue

In Japanese cuisine, robatayaki, often abbreviated as robata, refers to an authentic method of cooking, similar to a barbecue, in which foods are cooked over various heat sources. The origin of the Robatayaki was initially inspired by the coals used during the tea ceremony in the houses and then taken up by the old fishermen of the island of Hokkaido in the north of Japan, who used this method of cooking on the boats to cook and fight the cold during their long journeys. This traditional method of cooking, which gives priority to grilled meats, makes it possible to cook meat and fish perfectly and healthily by allowing them to slowly grill and exalt their flavours.