Experiencing the mouth-watering Kobe beef has been on my bucket list since forever, so I was thrilled to try authentic Kobe Beef on my trip to the Kansai region, Japan.After doing some research on budget restaurants serve the best Kobe Beef in town, I found Steakland Kobe. Trying Kobe beef in Kobe, JapanKobe beef is the most expensive beef in the world. It’s famous for its extraordinary flavor and is the definition of Japan’s fine dining.The meat quality is scored by five factors of marbling, meat color, fat color, brightness, and texture.I first heard about Kobe beef from an article of cows getting special care with classical music and massages. “Unbelievable!” I thought.However, it’s challenging to find and try the “real” Kobe beef outside Japan because it was illegal to import Japanese beef into other countries for many years.Therefore, on my trip to the Kansai region, I set up a mission to find a remarkable dining experience in Kobe. Steakland Kobe ReviewThe selectionBefore my trip to Kobe, I started to search which restaurant provides good Kobe beef at a reasonable price, and all reviews point to Steakland.I doubted it at first, as the price is SO CHEAP compared to other places, but it had many good reviews, so I decided to give it a go.To avoid waiting in a long queue, I asked the receptionist at my hotel in Osaka to call for a reservation.The locationIt was quite tricky to find the restaurant as there were plenty of similar restaurants and located next to each other.The most popular branch of Steakland Kobe is located near the Kobe Sannomiya Station West Exit. Steakland Kobe is located on the 6th floor of the building.The menuSteakland Kobe offers delicious steak set at an affordable menu. You can check the latest price here.The opening hoursSteakland Kobe opens from 11 am until 10 pm. However, if you’d like to get there for lunch, you can either call for a reservation or wait in line from 10 am.See alsoAsia Travel Guide10+ Things You Should Not Do In JapanI decided to visit the restaurant for lunch set as the lunch set has a lower price for the same menu as dinner set.I booked my reservation at 11:30 am, and there was a long line about 15 people waiting for the service when I got there.The experienceAfter speaking to the staff about the reservation, I quickly got my seat. Steakland Kobe has a teppanyaki-style seating so everyone can see how the chef cook. There was pre-fried garlic on the table. The staff brought me some sauce and pickles for the dish.As it was a peak hour, I had to wait about 15 minutes for my service. Meanwhile, I spent some time observing another chef cooking steak for the nearby group.My chef finally showed up and introduced himself. He started grilling some sliced garlic, followed by bean sprouts and other vegetables. The chef started with some sliced garlic.My chef then asked whether I wanted my steak rare, or medium-rare, and I chose medium-rare. He proceeded to grill, slice the steak into squares and cook it to perfection. It’s steak time! My Kobe beef set includes steak, rice, miso soup, salad, grilled vegetables, Japanese pickles, and a drink.Overall, I was happy with the experience that I had at Steakland Kobe. Although it might not be the best grade of Kobe beef, the taste was still so good. The beef melt when I tasted it.