What is "Tonkatsu"? You've probably heard of this dish, which is easily confused with "Tonkotsu". Here's an explanation as to what it is and where to enjoy it in Tokyo!
Sandwiches are, of course not, a traditional food in Japan. Nevertheless, ever since the Japanese have adopted this element of the Western food culture, they have been very creative in the way they make them! The "katsu sando" is one of those great Japanese adaptations that so many people love. Here's how to make it.
Nothing beats a day trip to Hakone! With so much to do in the area focus more on the other stuff and leave the food planning up to us. Eat at one of the great restaurants nearby Gora station, the main transfer hub in Hakone. Here are the top 7 restaurants around Gora station that won't break the bank!
Tonkatsu is a really popular tonkatsu restaurant located in Akihabara. It's a little more expensive than average but the quality is outstanding.
Haneda International airport has many great restaurants including authentic Japanese food. Here is a list of recommended restaurants so that you can enjoy delicious Japanese food right after you arrive or before you leave Japan.
Maisen is one of the most well known Tonkatsu restaurants in Japan, and has many branch stores within Japan. This article will provide you a guide to the main Maisen branch stores in Tokyo!
Suzushin is a famous tonkatsu restaurant in Yotsuya area. Tonkatsu is Japanese deep fried pork. It is often served on a bowl of rice after being simmered in soup with eggs, it is called "katsudon". Suzushin is well known for the katsudon, but is slightly different from the regular katsudon.
Katsukichi is a long-established tonkatsu (deep fried pork) shop in Tokyo. There are 3 locations, Shibuya, Marunouchi, and Hibiya. They are famous for delicious katsudon (tonkatsu over a rice bowl), and especially cold katsudon served in summer!