The golden age of the Meiji era in 19th century saw the rise of Yōshoku - a Japanese version of European cuisine. Beef katsuretsu appeared in the Kansai region in late-1800s and grew into a symbol of Yōshoku culture. Soon afterwards, in 1899, pork katsuretsu was invented in Tokyo and became the most popular form of katsu ever since.
Kurosan upholds the art and craft of katsuretsu by combining superior ingredients with exceptional culinary skills. We select only the highest-quality meats and panko, followed by impeccable executions of traditional Yōshoku knowhow, bringing you a wide range of katsu variations that are truly uncompromised in taste.