My last tonkatsu … (Funabashi)

Fillet cutlet, Kitchen Nao (Funabashi) Chiba
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This is tonkatsu restaurant that I had been wanting to go.

Kitchen NAO

Appearance, Kitchen Nao (Funabashi)
The restaurant have only 7 chairs !

From left, dressing for salad, mustard and salt for tonkatsu.
Seasonings, Kitchen Nao (Funabashi)

*Superior pork fillet cutlet set (上ロースかつ定食, 2000 yen)
Fillet cutlet set, Kitchen Nao (Funabashi)
Ton-jiru (pork and miso soup)  and rice. And Mt.shredded cabbage 😛

Fillet cutlet, Kitchen Nao (Funabashi)
Its coating was crispy 😀 The meat was juicy 🙂
The chef recommended us to eat it with salt, but I like eating tonkatsu with mustard !

To tell the truth, I can’t eat tonkatsu now because I have bad tooth.
This was the last time to eat tonkatsu 🙁
I wanna eat tonkatsu again (>_<) I hope my dental treatment will be end sooner !

Kitchen NAO (キッチン直)
5-1-8 Miyamoto, Funabashi-shi, Chiba
Open – from 11:30 to 14:00, from 17:00 to 20:00
Holiday Tuesdays, Wednesdays


  1. lmjapan says:

    Tonkatsu in Japan is so good! Here in America, it’s always overcooked and the meat gets all tough, not juicy at all. The one in your picture looks delicious!

  2. Ryoko says:

    Well, I heard it is very difficult to find good time to take it from frying oil. This restaurant’s chef was concentrating on watching the pot and the timer.

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