Updated: November 06, 2018
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Delicious Japanese food in Haneda International Airport

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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.

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Setaga ya (せたが屋)

Setaga ya is a popular ramen restaurant among ramen lovers in Tokyo. The ramen soup uses stock extracted from fish, which makes the taste flavorful. They also serves tsukemen, gyoza (dumpling), and drinks. Would you like to slurp ramen noodles like the Japanese do?
Ramen (800 yen), gyoza (550 yen), and beer (500 yen) are the best combination.

Hyakuzen (百膳)

Hyakuzen is a place you can have traditional Japanese meal with combination of small dishes. They are made with seasonal ingredients cooked in a simple way. The meal usually comes with a main entree like fresh seafood bowl, miso soup, and five side sides so you can try many Japanese traditional dishes at once.
They have variety of set menus with your choice of side dishes. For example, tuna rice bowl set (1750 yen), eel rice bowl set (2250 yen), and deep fried chicken set (1580 yen).

Yakiniku Champion (焼肉チャンピオン)

Yakiniku champion is a Japanese BBQ restaurant where you can try wagyu (和牛/Japanese beef) cooking by yourself on the grill in front of you. They also offer beef entrails which are interesting enough to try.
Yakiniku meal with rice and soup is 1950 yen. They also have yakiniku roll, 780 yen.

Katsusen (かつ仙)

Tonkatsu, or deep fried pork is one of the Japanese food many foreign visitors have liked to eat. It is tender pork cutlet with panko coated crispy. If you’re a deep-fried foods lover,you will love it.
Katuzen (かつ膳) is 1780 yen served with shredded cabbage, miso soup, vegetable pickles, and rice. You can have another plates of cabbage and bawl of rice if you want.
Freshly fried in front of you.

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