Agetsuki is a tonkatsu restaurant. Although most people have the image of eating tonkatsu for lunch, Agezuki is a tonkatsu restaurant that can be enjoyed anytime in the day. The slightly low-lit interior is similar to a café or restaurant, making it a tonkatsu restaurant with a Kagurazaka feel.
Agedzuki is particular about its ingredients, using “Minami no Shima Pork” from Nagata Pork Farm in Miyazaki Prefecture. The basic ingredient of a pork cutlet is the ingredient itself, followed by the frying technique that brings out the flavour of the ingredient.
As you can see from the cut, Agezuki’s pork cutlets are light pink in colour. The pink colour indicates that the meat has been cooked through and the flavour of the meat is incredible and dense.
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