東京で食う飲む!Restaurant or Bar around Tokyo and Far East. There is a great diversity of food and culture in Japan. You will enjoy the huge range style of food from very local Japanese food to a lot of foreign foods. I hope you will find and feel the diversity of foods in Japan.

27 October 2015

KushinoBou, Kushi katsu, International terminal, Haneda airport (串の坊 羽田空港国際線ターミナル店) Tokyo, Japan


Kushi-katsu (串カツ) is one of the popular foods in Osaka. Kushi means the stick and katsu is fried food covered with bread powder, like Ton-katsu (Fried pork meat with bread powder). Ingredients which were skewered with bamboo sticks were fried with oil and raad. You can choose ingredients from meat to vegetable to enjoy the seasonal selection of the Kushi-katsu.
the interior of Kushi no bou Haneda

In Osaka, there are a lot of stands bar of Kushi-katsu. You will find that style stands in some station or food court area. You can have huge variation from the menu. When you visit there, you must take care about the important rule, as Once dip in the sauce. The rule is come from the hygiene reasons.

This Kushi-no-Bou has the several restaurants in Tokyo area. They serve luxury but familiar style of Kushi-katsu at their stands. The Kushi-katsu served in this stand were arranged as the course randomly. The food from Kansai (関西 West side of the border control in Ausaka) was very different from that of Tokyo area (Kanto 関東 means East side from the border control in Ausaka).

the fan over the fryer

There are four courses and a la carte menu of Kushi-katsu, Sora (空 sky) for five sticks,Tsubasa (翼 wing) for ten sticks, Shou (翔 take flight) for twelve sticks and Omakase for sixteen sticks. I had shou course including rice and miso soup.



For your preparation, drop some sauces on the plate. There were Ponzu, Brown sauce, sesame sauce, mustard and salt.

Pork, Shiitake mushroom, green pepper

Eggplant, Shrimp

Kani kisu maki (Crab meat rolled with sand borer)
Tebasaki

Asparagus

Shrimp rolled with shiso leaf, Beef

Kon nyaku (made from the starch of devil's tongue.)

Ginnann (Ginkgyo nut. I chose this from the list in addition)

rice and miso soup (with red miso)

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