Gyukaku offers a wide array of meats and vegetables that you can cook yourself over a charcoal grill right on your table. It is a lot of fun when you're eating with friends and family. The food is very good and the meat is extremely tender and juicy. there are many different cuts of meat in different sauces that you can try and all are just as delicious. However, it is pretty expensive overall - a two-person meal could run you as high as $70 or more. While each slice of meat is juicy and mouth-watering, it costs about $5 for 6-7 tiny pieces of meat.
The last time I went, I felt the waitstaff was somewhat arrogant toward me and not very polite. Fortunately, this doesn't happen all the time though. I've been to other Gyu-kakus in Japan and I have to say that this one pales in comparison to those abroad.
Overall excellent food, though expensive, but I suppose that is the price for Japanese bbq.