Ginza Bairin: Long Established Tonkatsu Restaurant in Ginza

Ginza Bairin: Taste the Best Tonkatsu in Ginza, Tokyo

Tonkatsu is one of the most underestimated Japanese dishes as it’s not famous like Sushi or Ramen, but once you try it, you will be surely fascinated by it! Tonkatsu (Japanese pork cutlet) is definitely worthy tasting and if you wonder where to try, here is one of the best restaurants in Tokyo.

Established in 1927, Ginza Bairin (銀座梅林) is the first Tonkatsu restaurant opened in Ginza area and has been fascinating gourmands in this competitive area. Serving authentic Tonkatsu dish  with selected juicy pork and crispy breadcrumbs and other cutlet dishes. Katsudon (pork cutlet on a bed of rice and coated with egg) is also highly recommended if you wish to try popular Japanese dishes.

Visit for lunch to get great deal!

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Access: 3 mins walk from Tokyo metro Ginza station

Hours: 11:30~21:00

Budget: Lunch 1,000 yen~/Dinner 2,000 yen~

Genre: Tonkatsu

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