by Katherine Spiers

“I recently noticed that people often use “hibachi” and “teppanyaki” interchangeably, especially when talking about Benihana-style restaurants where diners sit at the griddle and the cook puts on a show with onion towers and flying ingredients. Technically, that is teppanyaki.”

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Hibachi and Teppanyaki in Old Newspaper Ads

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