みそかつ 矢場とん – Misokatsu Yabaton

If you’re going to visit Tokyo, you’ll stop by Tokyo Station ( 東京駅 ) sooner or later. The station is the busiest in terms of trains per day (3,000), and so how do you take advantage of all the foot traffic? Well, with a bunch of restaurants and shopping of course!

As I entered the station for the first time, my cousin and I walked through the maze-like tunnels and hallways lined with restaurants, coffee, bars, and shopping. It was lunch time and I had planned to find food here – problem was I didn’t know which restaurant to choose.

Eventually, I noticed a line of people outside a restaurant tucked around a corridor with the words “GranRoof” across the top and told my cousin to just get in line. If there’s a line it must be worth it right?! Thus, we arrived at みそかつ 矢場とん, Misokatsu Yabaton.

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As we waited in line, we were handed an English menu.

We went with the half and half Waraji Tonkatsu: half in their special red soybean miso sauce and the other half in worcestershire sauce. The other dish we chose was a regular pork fillet cut.

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waraji tonkatsu – half and half

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pork fillet cut

The red bean miso sauce is one of their signature sauces, and I would recommend any first timers to get it!

Once we finished with lunch, we continued the day by heading towards Asakusa 浅草.


みそかつ 矢場とん – Misokatsu Yabaton: http://www.english.yabaton.com/

For a complete map of all locations featured in this blog, please follow this link: The Grand Appétit Map

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