EAGLE, Yotsuya

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Eagle is really the prototypical jazz cafe.

「いーぐる」は、今では珍しくなったジャズ喫茶です。

開店から夕方6時までは、じっくりとジャズを楽しんでいただくため、店内ではお静かにお聴きくださるようお願いいたしております。

そして、6時以降はジャズファンのみなさま、そして、ジャズに関心をお持ちの多くの方々が気軽にジャズを楽しめるよう、ビール、ウィスキー、ワインなどを飲みつつ 、楽しく語り合えるジャズバーに変身いたします。

おつまみ類も、各種パスタはじめ、自家製チリビーンズやミートパイ、キッシュ、生ハムなど、各種取り揃えております。

location:
1-8, Yotsuya, Shinjuku-Ku, TOKYO

via:
http://www.jazz-eagle.com/information.html

Tonkatsu Maisen, Omotesando

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Tonkatsu is a breaded and deep fried pork cutlet, usually served with a thick, tangy sauce (“Tonkatsu sauce”), shredded cabbage, and miso soup. Inspired by European cuisine, it first appeared in the late 1800′s in a Western-food restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo.

These days, Maisen in Tokyo is pretty universally acknowledged as one of the best tonkatsu houses in the city. Their signature dish is the kurobuta tonkatsu (literally “black pork,” also known as Berkshire pork in the US). Kurobuta is known for its high fat content and intense, juicy flavor.

The restaurant is uniquely situated inside a former World War II public bathhouse. In fact, the main dining room (pictured above) was once the changing room, complete with some of the original architectural details in the high ceilings.

location:
4-8-5, jingumae, shibuya-ku, Tokyo

via:
http://mai-sen.com/
http://terinaandtim.blogspot.jp/2013/03/maisen-tonkatsu.html
http://www.tinyurbankitchen.com/2011/04/maisen.html