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So last night, I went and had Japanese teppanyaki for dinner. I have experienced this 100's of times throughout my life and it never gets old. It's an art form to be able to cook infront of people. The tricks that those chefs do with the knife and spatula, the fire lighting of the food the special way that they do it, and I am and will always be a fan of the volcano and choo choo train of the layered onion. Am I easily amused? Probably, but it takes talent to do what they do. I like to sit back, drink my hot saki, and enjoy the entertainment that is teppanyaki cooking at a Japanese restaurant.