Shogayaki (Ginger Pork) for Bento

Shogayaki, or pork with ginger, is one of the most popular Japanese dishes. It is very heartwarming to eat and popularly served as a lunch box or bento.



Anzu meat factory pork/ Mugifuji Pork Loin / Yakiniku sliced (3.0mm) / CANADA                      200g

Ebara OMOTENASHI No Tamari Shoyu Sukiyaki Sauce     2 tablespoon

Ginger (Grated)     8g

Onion              ½, sliced




  • Mix the sauce and grated ginger In a bowl. Slice the onion.
  • Put about 1 teaspoon of salad oil in a frying pan and heat It.
  • Add the onion. Once the onion turns transparent, add in the meat.
  • Spread the pork one by one without overlapping and fry them.
  • When the color turns whitish, turn it over and fry in the same way.
  • Don’t cook too much, otherwise, the meat texture will become hard.
  • Sprinkle the mixture 1) over the meat and reduced to low heat.
  • When the sauce is concentrated, turn off the heat and it’s done.


Recipe from Spoonful Japanese Instructor Chiyomi Kawasaki

Created using meat from Anzu Meat Factory