Tonkatsu
Best restaurants you can enjoy Tonkatsu [とんかつ:Tonkatsu] in Japan! Tonkatsu is a traditional Japanese cutlet with deep-fried pork fillet or loin. It will be often served with shredded cabbage. Topped sauces are varied, such as miso, soy sauce, etc. Tonkatsu, as well as being served as a single dish, it is also filled in a sandwich or added with curry rice.
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Katsuzen for Tonkatsu You'll Never Forget About!

Katsuzen is the only restaurant to serve Japanese fried pork cutlets and to be awarded a Michelin star. This is a quite typical home cooked meal, but what sets it apart to the point of getting a Michelin Star?

Succulent Tonkatsu in Osaka: 7 of the best restaurants in the city!

Tonkatsu is a very popular dish in Japan that isn't so well-known outside of the country. It consists of breaded deep-fried pork cutlets cut into slices! Most people who aren't familiar with it tend to love this dish! A definite must-try!

10 Awesome Tonkatsu Restaurants In Shinjuku, Tokyo!

'Tonkatsu' is a dish that almost all Japanese people love to eat. It consists of crispy bread coating on the outside and a juicy pork cutlet on the inside. In this article, we will introduce the 11 the best tonkatsu restaurants in the Shinjuku area! This is for the maniacs! The choice of meat, type of panko (bread crumbs) and deep-frying methods are all different depending on each restaurant.

Miyamoto Munashi: Delicious and Affordable Japanese Comfort Food!

Miyamoto Munashi is a go-to spot for delicious Japanese comfort food served in large portions at a cheap price! There are 10 locations around Nagoya, each right outside of a train station, making them super easy to access.

The Ultimate Guide To The Best Tonkatsu Restaurants In Tokyo!

Crunchy outside, juicy inside. Tonkatsu is one of the classic dishes that everyone visiting Japan should try! The popular dish consists of a thick piece of pork deep fried in a crispy breading. It's simple, but so delicious when cooked perfectly. Here's where to find the best tonkatsu in Tokyo!

Katsukura, An Awesome Tonkatsu Restaurant in Tokyo

Katsukura is a "tonkatsu" (fried pork cutlet) restaurant originally from Kyoto. If you're looking for a nice family-friendly restaurant for great food, you should stop by.

A Useful Guide Of Tonkatsu Maisen Branch Stores In Tokyo

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!

Butagumi In Tokyo - One Of The Best Tonkatsu Restaurants!

If you're a tonkatsu fan, you've got to try Butagumi near Roppongi Station. It's hands down one of the best restaurants for the genre in Tokyo. Although it's a little expensive, you'll be amazed by how good their tonkatsu is!

Marugo: Possibly The BEST Tonkatsu Restaurant in Tokyo

Tonkatsu is a really popular tonkatsu restaurant located in Akihabara. It's a little more expensive than average but the quality is outstanding.

What is Tonkatsu? (Different from Tonkotsu)

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!

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