Tonkatsu specialty store âKatsusenâ located at Haneda Airport in Tokyo
As always, I decided to have the last meal of my Tokyo trip at Haneda Airport.
Haneda Airport has a restaurant called Edokoji, which has a wide range of food choices.
It's a food I ate twice on this trip, but… I decided to eat tonkatsu again for the last meal.
The place selected in this way was âKatsusenâ located in Edokoji
There are quite a few table seats available, but there's a seat at the counter, so sit here.
And I tried to drink beer until the end.
I don't remember exactly how much the price was, but.. (Approximately around 2,000 yen) I ordered a roskatsu set meal.
I order tonkatsu at a restaurant located at the airport, but the quality is as good as a specialty store in the city.
It feels even more special when you consider that there are few places that properly serve this kind of pork cutlet in Korea.
I ordered a set meal, so they also served rice, miso soup, and some tsukemono.
There's no such thing as the taste of the meal being special, but it wasn't bad for an airport restaurant.
The Japanese-style tonkatsu, made with thick deep-fried sirloin, is delicious no matter when you eat it.
Haneda Airport has restaurants that sell a variety of foods, so you can choose what you like.
I wouldn't be able to do the main stores in the city, but… Still, the quality is pretty good for what you eat at the airport.
Not only large corporate franchises enter the restaurant district of the airport in Korea
Like the strategy that department stores pursue, it would be good in many ways to invite famous restaurants from all over the country.