Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan.
Jingisukan or Genghis Khan is actually a kind of dish in Japan. It is also the name of a chain of restaurants specializing in that dish. The dish is so named because the grill resembled the helmet of a Mongolian soldier and it was thought that Mongolian soldiers cook mutton on their helmets. True or not, it is one of the dishes recommended in Hokkaido because there are several sheep farms in Hokkaido.
Basically you use the pork fat provided to grease the grill and then pile the vegetables on it first followed by the meat above. Then stir-fry it a bit followed by some seasoning like soy sauce and some dips for the meat and vegetables. There was nothing good or bad about this meal, its all up to you. That aside, I enjoyed the crab soup a lot.