As I was walking around in Osaka, I walked past this restaurant and decided to try it out. This restaurant specialized in “tonkatsu”.
Tonkatsu is a Japanese dish that consists of a breaded, deep-fried/tempura pork cutlet. It involves cutting the pig’s back center into 2-3 centimeter thick slices, coating with panko, frying them in oil, and then serving with Japanese Worcestershire sauce, rice, and vegetable salad.—Wikipedia
One of the more interactive part of the dining experience was when the server placed these small dishes of sauces and sesame seeds. We had to grind them up inside the bowl with the wooden stick.
Beside pork cutlets, there were oysters and prawns, as well as vegetables on the menu!
Having some rice and miso soup along with these delicious and crispy pieces of delicacy gave me the energy to continue my day!