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Tonkatsu is very tasty! ;)
I think the katsudon is actually better than the full meal. Brings out the flavor more.
Kurobuta pork totally worth it.
That was truly amazing katsudon.
Delicious food, popular among locals
Maisen is one of the most popular katsu places. Personally I prefer Butagumi in Azabu for fancy katsu.
Incredible restaurant for katsu, super friendly, great service. And the meal sets are actually a good value.
Famous for the best pork tonkotsu in Tokyo. Worth the splurge to try the Kurobuta Pork (said to be the best 🐷 in the world)!
The place to go for tonkatsu
This is my 2nd time to have Maisen for lunch. Fried pork tastes good!
Great tonkatsu!! Great value set lunches and the premium set is amazing!
Really good food. Long queue for the restaurant but if you just want to grab something on the fly the booth is a good alternative.
Special tonkatsu made from specially curated pork types. Pricey but good experience, although you probably can get similar quality elsewhere for a cheaper price.
Delicious meal. Ask for a counter seat if you're in a hurry and there is a wait.
You want the pork, not the fish. Pork = round or cutlet-looking. Fish = fish sticks. Beware the fish sticks.
Great Katsu! Choose the grade of your pork and enjoy!
I also stop here for lunch for their famous katsu pork with rice and cabbage salad. Free refills on those. Last time i tried the croquettes and they were amazing. Must try!! Follow the signs.
Delicious pork cutlet (katsu). I'd say one of the best. You'll have options on the breed of pork. From Kurobuta (Black Pig) to Chamiton who have green tea as part of their diet. Superb & tasty meat
The standard tonkatsu is fabulous, but if you want any of their special cuts you need to get in early as they only make a few each day. Don't forget your cabbage refill.
The lightest tonkatsu I've ever had.
I ordered the mixed platter which came with shrimp, potato and pork katsu. It was crispy and not too oily which is good but the taste is nothing special
I ordered the mix platter and it was ok. Service was great. My friends all had a stomach ache from the pork though ...
Tonkotsu sauce is amazing.
No reservations for lunch! Always a pit stop, but must also nicer/smaller hole-in-wall tonkatsu places around ginza-san! 🍛😆😁
Get the kurabatu (Berkshire pork) katsu meal. You won't be disappointed! English menu available.. all with photos.
Get the kurabatu katsu meal. You won't be disappointed!
One of the best place where you can eat tonkatsu!
This popular chain’s flagship specializes in tonkatsu—panko-breaded pork cutlet that’s fried golden and drizzled with an addictive sweet-tart sauce. Get the kurobuta (Berkshire pork).
On a Tuesday night, party of 6 around 7 pm and only a 10 minute wait!
Definitely get the tonkatsu with egg over rice! Hearty!
Go for the premium, melt-in-your-mouth Korobutu.
Best Tonkatsu I ever ate.
A great standard for comparison when it comes to Maisen. Fresh panko and a selection quality pork are what makes this place. Very fluffy yet crispy texture makes up the tonkatsu here. Worth a visit.
Maisen - Tonkatsu
Definitely focus on the katsu. It's terrific. Avoid the set meals, as their kitchen isn't particularly good at making anything else.
Never realized pork can be this soft, tender and juicy.
Never oily, always crunchy and juicy deep fried pork cutlet is the main draw here. Choose from many types of pork as you please.
Expect to wait in line for a seat. But the tonkatsu is worth it. They have English menus.
Splurge on the kurobuta set while you're here - the pork melts into your mouth after you bite into the light, crispy exterior.
World-famous for tonkatsu (fried pork cutlet), this local favorite—housed in a former pre-World War II bathhouse—is hidden away in a back alley behind a busy Omotesando street.
Ask for table in the cool main hall (it used to be a public bath!) and because the tatami room doesn't have a 'drop down' area for your legs...
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