Tamura Ginkatsutei

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Many people visit Tamura Ginkatsutei to enjoy their famous dish called Tofu Katsuni (deep-fried tofu simmered in a broth). They use special tofu from Hakone that is made by a famous tofu store that has been making it more than 100 years. To make the Tofu Katsuni, ground pork is stuffed in tofu and deep-fried in rice oil. Then the fried tofu is simmered in a broth with a beaten egg. The exterior and the interior of the restaurant reflect a traditional Japanese house, and you can enjoy your meal in the quaint atmosphere of Hakone. This popular restaurant has long lines on both weekdays and weekends.

Address
1300-739 Gora, Hokone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa
Contact No.
+81-460-82-1440
Access
2-min walk from Gora Station on Hakone Tozan Tetsudo
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00-14:30, 17:30-19:30 on Monday and Thursday through Sunday, 11:00-14:30 on TuesdayClosed on Wednesday
Official Website
http://ginkatsutei.jp/
Other Information
*Average price (per person): from 1,000 yen*Menu: Tofu Katsuni Teishoku (deep-fried tofu and egg simmered in broth) 1,330 yen, Rosu Katsu Gozen (pork loin cutlet plate) 2,460 yen*Credit cards accepted

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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Hearty Meal yet Healthy!

Originally, Katsuni is pork cutlet simmered in a broth with a beaten egg. Deep-fried tofu is used instead of pork cutlet in this restaurant. They use healthier rice oil to fry the tofu as well. The dish is attractive to customers who look for generous portions as well as healthier meals.

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The Most Popular Signature Dish

Their signature dish is Tofu Katsuni Teishoku (1,330 yen). The Tofu Katsuni absorbs their secret sauce and is brought to you piping hot. You will enjoy the different texture of tofu and ground pork. The sweetness of tofu and the flavor of pork fills your mouth when you bite into it.

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Recommended for a Big Eater

The Rosu Katsu Gozen (pork loin cutlet plate - from 2,460 yen) comes in a large portion. The pork is deep-fried in rice oil, so the coating is light and crispy, making the pork very juicy. This hearty dish is so delicious that you can't stop eating it!

Source:食べログ

Tamura Ginkatsutei

Many people visit Tamura Ginkatsutei to enjoy their famous dish called Tofu Katsuni (deep-fried tofu simmered in a broth). They use special tofu from Hakone that is made by a famous tofu store that has been making it more than 100 years. To make the Tofu Katsuni, ground pork is stuffed in tofu and deep-fried in rice oil. Then the fried tofu is simmered in a broth with a beaten egg. The exterior and the interior of the restaurant reflect a traditional Japanese house, and you can enjoy your meal in the quaint atmosphere of Hakone. This popular restaurant has long lines on both weekdays and weekends.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Hearty Meal yet Healthy!

Originally, Katsuni is pork cutlet simmered in a broth with a beaten egg. Deep-fried tofu is used instead of pork cutlet in this restaurant. They use healthier rice oil to fry the tofu as well. The dish is attractive to customers who look for generous portions as well as healthier meals.

Source:食べログ

The Most Popular Signature Dish

Their signature dish is Tofu Katsuni Teishoku (1,330 yen). The Tofu Katsuni absorbs their secret sauce and is brought to you piping hot. You will enjoy the different texture of tofu and ground pork. The sweetness of tofu and the flavor of pork fills your mouth when you bite into it.

Source:食べログ

Recommended for a Big Eater

The Rosu Katsu Gozen (pork loin cutlet plate - from 2,460 yen) comes in a large portion. The pork is deep-fried in rice oil, so the coating is light and crispy, making the pork very juicy. This hearty dish is so delicious that you can't stop eating it!

Source:食べログ

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