One famous performance is to stack rounds slices of onion in a volcano to represent Fuji-san and start it on fire. The size of the flames can be quiet dramatic.
Teppanyaki moved to New York in the early 1960s and quickly caught on. Teppanyaki has since grown to international fame.
Teppanyaki offers fresh, tasty food and a great show. However, keep in mind that Teppanyaki has little resemblance to traditional Japanese food and is not all that common in Japan.