If you’re unfamiliar, yakiniku (焼肉, lit. “grilled meat”) is essentially a style of barbeque with origins in Korean cuisine. You can set up your own grill, sure, but Japanese folks usually visit yakiniku restaurants instead, which provide the meat, sauces, seasonings, and a grill for your group. The meat is usually sliced rather thinly, and it can be plain or marinated. There are usually a variety of dipping sauces as well, ranging from somewhat sweet to spicy.
Have you ever had yakiniku? If not, what sort of barbeque is common where you’re from?