Curry, one of Japan’s popular comfort foods, is a not-so-spicy dish served on a plate with steaming rice. When you walk into this popular eatery near Shibuya Station, you'll find a vending machine with the menu—decide on your order, put your money in, and give your ticket to the staff. Katsu curry includes a breaded and deep-fried pork cutlet, a great marriage of two popular dishes. The large counter overlooks the open kitchen, and the sound of pork cutlets being fried in oil is accompanied by '70s country music. Condiments on the counter include pickles and chili powder to add some heat.