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Tonkatsu set by zezebono in Sapporo, Hokkaido.jpg
Tonkatsu served with shredded cabbage, boiled rice and miso soup
Place of origin Japan
Main ingredient(s) cutlet (pork fillet or loin), cabbage, miso soup

Tonkatsu (豚カツ, とんかつ or トンカツ) is a Japanese dish of fried pork meat.

The pork, usually a loin, is sliced. It is then coated in flour, dipped into beaten eggs, and rolled in breadcrumbs. It is then fried in hot oil. People often use a Japanese Worcester sauce, but some use a vinegar-soy-sauce called ponzu when they eat it.

Tonkatsu originated as a cutlet, and it came to Japan in the 19th century. Now it is known as a Japanese food by most of the world.