Ginza Bairin Main Store
A Long-running Tonkatsu Specialty Restaurant in Ginza
Tonkatsu / Closest to Ginza Station
“Ginza Bairin” is a famous tonkatsu restaurant that was founded in 1927. One of the reasons for its popularity is that its founder, a former pharmacist, developed the original chuno sauce (the sauce used on pork katsu).
The restaurant uses specially selected ingredients such as Kagoshima Black Pork, which features tender meat and Yamagata Tsuya Hime rice which matches tonkatsu very well.
In addition to set meals including tonkatsu and rice, the hirekatsu (fillet) sandwich and the katsudon (tonkatsu and egg on rice) are very popular menu items.
Presently, there are locations in Ginza, Haneda Airport, near Akihabara station, and even overseas.
※While the building Ginza Bairin Main Store is located in is renovated, a temporary
Specially selected ingredients such as Kagoshima Black Pork address used.
The Hirekatsu Sandwich is available for take out.
The portion of rice can be adjusted and additional bowls of rice are free of charge.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 7-7-10 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo (temporary location)
- The New Year holiday
- Business Hours
- 1,200-5,000 yen
- About a 5 minute walk from the A2 exit at Tokyo Metro Ginza Line ・Marunouchi Line ・ Hibiya Line Ginza Station.
- Credit Cards
- Not accepted
- Official Website
- Official Website (English)