Tonkatsu Narikura

Exquisite white tonkatsu, slowly deep-fried at low temperature

Tonkatsu (pork cutlet)

A tonkatsu (pork cutlet) restaurant that serves marbled Kogen pork from Tochigi Prefecture. Located on a basement floor, diners enter the restaurant by descending the stairs. With 18 seats, the restaurant is small, but very popular, with lines of customers waiting to eat tonkatsu.
One of the distinguishing features of this restaurant is its tonkatsu, which is served with a white coating of deep-fried batter. This unique color is said to be the result of slowly deep-frying in lard at low temperatures, for approximately 20 minutes - quite a long period of cooking time. The deep-fried coating melts in your mouth, providing diners with an unequaled, quite artistically delicious experience.


  • The kitchen is visible from the dining area, providing a comfortable, homey atmosphere.
  • The tonkatsu is distinguished by its white and soft deep-fried coating.
  • This popular restaurant has been profiled in various media.


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Name in Japanese
Postal Code
Ozawa Building B1F, 1-32-11 Takadanobaba, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Telephone number
Every Thursday and Sunday night
Business Hours
11:00am -2:00pm, 5:30pm -8:30pm
*Open for lunch only on Sundays
(1)Approx. 2 min. walk from the Toyama Exit of Takadanobaba Station on the Seibu Shinjuku Line or the JR Yamanote Line
(2)Approx. 4 min. walk from the Exit 3of Takadanobaba Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line
Credit Cards
Not accepted