Restaurants & Cafés


This tonkatsu (pork cutlet) eatery is a local favourite, and it’s easy to understand why: serving reasonably priced, high-quality fare made from SPF (specific pathogen-free) pork sourced directly from Chiba’s Tonosho, the place attracts hungry residents whenever it’s open. You’ll have to queue at lunchtime, but go around 5pm on a weekday and you’re almost assured of a seat right away. Those particular about their salt may enjoy choosing from the nine-flavour selection here, which includes salt from exotic locales like Mongolia, Kiribati and Bolivia. Their most popular choice is the toku-jo katsu (¥2,000), which really brings out the best in the soft, flavourful meat. All sets come with rice, pickles, cabbage and tonjiru (pork and vegetable soup).



Royal Heights Kamata 102, 5-43-7 Kamata, Ota-ku, Tokyo

Transport Kamata Station

Telephone 03 3739 4231

Open Tue-Fri 11am-2pm, 5pm-9pm; Sat 11am-2pm, 5pm-8pm; Sun & holidays 11am-3pm / closed Mon


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.

Restaurants & Cafés near Aoki


Kamata's most homely (and popular) Chinese restaurant is located close to the Ota ward office ...

Granduo Kamata

Functioning as the station building for JR Kamata Station, this facility is divided into the ...


Occasionally mentioned as the best Vietnamese restaurant in Tokyo, this down-to-earth eatery is ...


The Itabashi-born Nakamoto ramen chain is known for its fiery brand of noodles, popular enough ...


Kamata’s got more than its fair share of good ramen shops, but if you’re only visiting one, let ...

Kamata Torikyu

Founded in 1928, this golden oldie supplies hungry locals with chicken bento boxes and ...


Add your comment

Copyright © 2014 Time Out Tokyo