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Louis Vuitton Building
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Lonely Planet review
You could order something else (fried shrimp, for example), but pretty much everyone else will be ordering the famous tonkatsu (breaded, deep-fried pork cutlets). There are different grades of pork on the menu, including prized kurobuta (black pig), but even the cheapest is melt-in-your-mouth divine. The restaurant is housed in an old public bathhouse. There’s also a takeaway window that serves delicious tonkatsu sando (sandwich).