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Japanese katsu chain answers takeout call with heavy duty bentos

As many in Japan get used to staying, studying, and working from home as a safety countermeasure to the coronavirus outbreak, the country is seeing a shift by many restaurants toward takeout and delivery services. Tonkatsu (Japanese fried pork cutlet) chain Katsuya is doing the same, but doing it with some of the heartiest bentos around.

Katsuya is known for not shying away from heavy portions and loaded katsu bowls (they recently served up a chicken katsu bowl topped with crispy cornflakes) and their four “full power food bento” are no different.

Napolitan Spaghetti and fried egg, karaage, chicken katsu, chopped cabbage, sliced daikon, and a side of rice.
Pork and fried egg rice bowl, karaage, chicken katsu, chopped cabbage, Napolitan Spaghetti, and sliced daikon.

Stir-fried ginger pork (shogayaki) rice bowl, karaage, chicken katsu, chopped cabbage, Napolitan Spaghetti, and sliced daikon.

Double-cooked pork rice bowl, karaage, chicken katsu, chopped cabbage, Napolitan Spaghetti, and sliced daikon.

All bentos are priced at 750 yen will be available from 104 Katsuya locations throughout Japan starting April 20th.

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