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Authentic Japanese restaurant Kitsho spices up your gustatory dining experience with its best-tasting curry dishes of pork, chicken, beef, seafood, katsu, and curry hotpot.

Katsu-kari is a breaded, deep-fried cutlet that’s usually pork or chicken and smothered with curry sauce. The use of beef, on the other hand, symbolized the opening of Japan to outside influences, notably during the Meiji era (1868-1912).

Curry was introduced to Japan during the Meiji era by the British, at a time when India was under the colonial rule of the British Raj.

Curry, which comes from ‘kari,’ means ‘sauce’ in the Tamil language. As a culinary pastime, with roots in India, it has evolved into one of Japan’s most beloved dishes, eaten at least once a week on average.

Curry, originally introduced in England during its colonization of India, was eventually made into a convenient powder form into which its popularity has skyrocketed, even to this day. Discover all of Kitsho’s delectable options that include Curry Nabe dishes of either pork, chicken, seafood, or beef.

And as special perk, all curry dish orders enjoy a 20% discount from your tab. Also, diners get to enjoy a 15% off from a la carte dishes, with the exception of lunch set menus. Moreover, with August being the height of summer in Japan, you may want to sample its summer staple, the eel, or unagi.

Food store owners who plan on expanding their menu to include Japanese items or those who want to create an entire section of Japanese dishes may consult with Executive Chef Mizumoto “Hiro” Masahiro. Chef Hiro will be more than delighted to help you with these concerns. Simply send him an email through masahiro1964mizumoto@live.jp.

For reservations, check out Kitsho’s social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

 

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