Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: Tonkatsu Wako




April 12, 2018

Visit Tokyo: Tonkatsu Wako

A friend who was with us on our trip to Tokyo recommended Tonkatsu Wako while we were in Odaiba (I was wondering why the place sounded familiar, and it's because Nadia went there in Shibuya!).

Located in Aqua City Odaiba, Tonkatsu Wako specializes in Breaded Pork Cutlet.

Hirekatsu-Nabe Gohan

Hire Rosu Moriawase Gohan - 2 bite-size pork fillet cutlets, pork loin cutlet

Aoi - Bite-size Pork Fillet Cutlet, Fried Shrimp, Chicken Cutlet with Plum and Perilla

Azami - Pork Cutlet Rolled with Cheese and Perilla, Fried Shrimp, Crab Croquette

I had the Hirekatsu-Nabe Gohan.  It was a huge bowl of cheesy Pork Fillet Cutlet, and rice was served separately.  The Tonkatsu was tasty, and the pork was tender.

Depending on what you order, you'll get custard soup, miso soup, and/or a small salad.

You really get a lot of food, no matter what you order.

Kids' meals are huge too.

Each child gets a complimentary toy or two snacks!

Okosama Tonkatsu Gohan

Okosama Curry

Okosama Katsu Don

There are several Tonkatsu Wako locations around Tokyo, so check one out if you love tonkatsu!

Tonkatsu Wako
1 Chome-7-1 Daiba
Minato, Tokyo 135-0091, Japan
+81 3-3599-5144

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