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Katsuzen in Tokyo

tokyo-katsuzenIf you’re not a vegetarian, one of the classic Japanese dishes you must try on your first visit to Tokyo is the much-revered pork cutlet. TONKATSU is a high-quality pork, in this case Kurobuta, deep fried and served with shredded cabbage and lemon on the side. There are several highly regarded restaurants that specialize in tonkatsu throughout Tokyo, however one of the most popular is the petite Michelin-star KATSUZEN on the 4th floor of Barney’s New York in Ginza. Katsuzen also serves delicious vegetable salads and seafood for vegetarians as well.

KATSUZEN, Kojun Building 4F, 6-8-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

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