Tsukisappu Jingisukan Club
A store that serves Jingisukan while you enjoy the natural scenery of Hokkaido
Tsukisappu Jingisukan Club is the name of a jingisukan restaurant that serves fresh mutton barbequed on charcoal burning clay pot. The name traces back to its history as a members only club first established in 1953. It was thought to be started by Motojiro Kuribayashi, founder of Hakkou Gakuen, a vocational school dedicated to training students in the agricultural sciences, as he wanted to bring jingisukan back to Hokkaido, known as battle field cooking that he tasted in Manchuria. Their barbequed meat is characterized by the use of specialized jingisukan clay pot with a slot for fat drippings. Take a full bite of the mutton with just the right amount of fat dipped in the house special sauce to savor the robust flavor unique to mutton. Enjoy the four seasons of Hokkaido with its natural beauty, including cherry blossoms in the spring, Japanese iris in the summer, dazzling foliage in the autumn and a snowy wonderland in the winter, along with savoring the traditional local dish of jingisukan.