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Okonomiyaki / Monjayaki / Takoyaki Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Sakura Tei
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Jingumae 3-20-1
    This is an eccentric teppanyaki-style restaurant located in the Harajuku area. Visitors can enjoy dishes such as okonomiyaki, monjayaki, and teppanyaki that are all made with dashi seasoning free of any chemical seasonings. They also offer an all-you-can-eat menu and course menu for dinner parties, and the inexpensive all-you-can-eat option that is limited to weekday lunch times is particularly popular. Eat inside and enjoy the artistic and colorful wall art, or take advantage of the spacious outdoor terrace seating.
  • IROHA
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    4.0
    37 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukishima 3-4-5 Saint-Granpa 2F
    Located in Tsukishima, which is a mecca for monja-yaki (a type of Japanese pan-fried pancake), this is a popular shop which has been supported by its many fans since the mid -1950s. The secret to the tastiness is the large dried sakura shrimps in the monja-yaki. The interior of the store is decorated in a Japanese style and has a relaxed atmosphere with wide seats, equipped with vending ducts. The shop is always crowded with local regular customers, couples and tourists. The recommended dishes are the “Seasoned Cod Roe, Sticky Rice Cake and Cheese Monja”, which has an irresistible chewiness and the “Mixed Monja”, which has the perfect volume.

    Me and my friends spent nice time in this place. Enjoyed tasty Monjayaki and nice, smiling staff....

  • Odaiba Takoyaki Museum
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Daiba 1-6-1 Dex Tokyo Beach Seaside Mall 4F
    A food theme park opened in 2010 located inside Decks Tokyo Beach in the Daiba area of Minato City, Tokyo. Dedicated to takoyaki (octopus dumplings), the unofficial comfort food of Osaka, the park hosts five famous takoyaki restaurants, from a branch of the shop said to be the inventor of takoyaki to popular Dotonbori establishments. Inside, visitors will find an array of authentic takoyaki flavors, from the most basic of the basic to novel new arrangements that incorporate ideas from Japanese cuisine. There is also a shop selling takoyaki-themed souvenirs.
  • Monja Kura
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukishima 3-9-9
    A monjayaki (a type of savory pancake similar to okonomiyaki) restaurant located in Tsukishima, an area filled with fiercely competitive monjayaki shops. In addition to monjayaki, Kura also offers okonomiyaki and teppanyaki-whatever you choose, it's sure to be delicious and filling. The restaurant's spacious interior is filled with large tables, ensuring that even families and large groups of people will have plenty of room. In addition to tried and true monjayaki standards, Kura also offers a variety of unique and interesting toppings.
  • Minatoya Shokuhin Main Shop
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    4.0
    31 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Ueno 4-1-9
    A takoyaki octopus dumpling and kaisendon seafood rice bowl restaurant located in Ameya-Yokocho near JR Okachimachi Station. Out front hang the restaurant's abundant menu of seafood rice bowls as well as a sign announcing its large takoyaki. Inside, you'll find seating at small tables, and you can enjoy the restaurant's good old fashioned Showa period atmosphere. The restaurant's meals are hearty and filling. With so many choices, trying to decide what to order is half the fun. In addition to seafood rice bowls, the restaurant is renowned for its takoyaki. You can eat it in the restaurant or also get an order to go.

    The dishes were fresh. Relatively cheap from ¥500 to ¥1000. We knew about this place so we didnt buy any dishes at the Tsukiji Fish Market, it costs 3 times the price at Tsukiji Fish Market. If...

  • Gyunta (Kitte Shop)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chiyoda-ku Marunouchi 2-7-2 JP Tower KITTE 5F
    The Marunouchi branch of a long-standing Korean-style okonomiyaki and teppanyaki restaurant located in Kobe's Rokkomichi area. The restaurant is famous for its savory okonomiyaki pancakes made with beef tendon and aburakasu eaten with yanninjan, a condiment made with a blend of select chili peppers and garlic. The restaurant also offers ika sujikon, beef tendon with squid and konnyaku jelly, and a full menu of other teppanyaki dishes. The loin steak is only offered here at the Marunouchi location. The restaurant also serves okonomiyaki made with seasonal ingredients like oysters.
  • Nishiki (Main Shop)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukishima 3-11-10
    A monjayaki fried savory batter cake restaurant operated by Tsukishima. This restaurant is the inventor of the popular mochi mentaiko monja -monjayaki topped with mochi rice cakes and mentaiko walleye pollack roe. Nishiki's menu includes many unique offerings, such as monjayaki topped with salmon and miso, and Mexican-style monjayaki topped with an entire sliced tomato. Nishiki also offers eggplant with butter and bean sprouts, pork, and kimchi teppanyaki dishes. Taking your leftover monjayaki and mixing it with rice on the hotplate at your table is the recommended way to finish off your meal. For dessert, Nishiki offers anko-maki wraps filled with sweet red bean jam.
  • Senbamaru
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Harumi 3-1-1 Harumi Harumi Bridge Bamboo Morning Tide Small Funicular
    An all-you-can-eat houseboat restaurant serving monjayaki and okonomiyaki savory pancakes. The boat's dock is located a five minute walk from Kachidoki Station on the Toei Oedo subway line. During the course of the boat's two hour cruise, you'll first take in the beautiful scenery of Odaiba, then enjoy authentic Tsukishima monjayaki. Never eaten monjayaki before? Don't worry! The boat staff will make sure you're taken care of. In addition to original menu choices like the Senbamaru Monjayaki and mentai (walleye pollack), mochi (rice cake), and cheese; you can also bring aboard your own favorite monjayaki ingredients as well as drinks.
  • Daruma (Tsukishima Main Shop)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukishima 3-17-9
    An okonomiyaki and monjayaki savory pancake restaurant located in an area of Tsukishima, Chuo City popularly known as Monjayaki Street. The restaurant is a three minute walk from Tsukishima Station on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line. Operating out of a remodeled old traditional Japanese home, inside the restaurant's relaxed and retro atmosphere, you can enjoy the signature monjayaki with a cup of high-grade, select sake chosen by a sommelier. The Daruma-kun monjayaki and monjayaki with mochi, walleye pollack, and cheese are particularly popular, and you can choose to have the batter made with one of two lovingly prepared stocks-a Japanese-style stock and a chicken bone stock. The restaurant also has a two hour all-you-can-drink course and is a great place to hold a party or banquet.
  • Moheji (Main Shop)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuou-ku Tsukishima 3-16-9
    A seafood monjayaki savory fried batter restaurant located a four minute walk from exit number 10 of Tsukishima Station. People love the flavor of the dashi broth Moheji uses in its monjayaki, made with eight varieties of seafood. Particularly recommended are the mentaiko walleye pollack, mochi rice cake, and cheese monjayaki. All of the restaurant's seafood is brought in daily from Tsukiji Market, and Moheji also serves seafood teppanyaki. The seafood garlic rice is made by sauteing rice with fragrant garlic and flavorful seafood on the griddle embedded in your table; it goes great with a cup of sake.
  • Yoshimiya
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuo-ku Tsukishima 3-15-10

    老舗だそうです。味も個人的には、行列の絶えないお店よりいいと思います。 お願いすれば焼いてもくれますし、お店の方も親切です。

  • Nanja Monja Shinjuku
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Shinjuku-ku Shinjuku 3-7-5 one trillion building 3.4 F

    正直自分で焼くスタイルはなじみません。焼き時ややりかたのアドバイスもないので焦がしてしまいました。関西のお好み焼き屋さんのほうが親切でおいしいです。

  • Pakasutan Ikebukuro
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    3.5
    18 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Toshima-ku Higashikebukuro 3-3-1 Ikebukuro Sunshine City Alpa B1

    Highly recommended!! Is good to eat with a bunch of friends. The most important their flavour is yummy!

  • Bochibochimachidakitaguchiten
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Machidashi Nakamachi 1-2-3 Shinko Naka building first floor
  • Matsuribayashi
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    4.0
    20 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Taitou-ku Asakusa First floor 1-8-4 Kanayama building

    Very local restaurant with full of local people and tourists since its location is in the popular tourists place. I like the taste, which is really original. Staff is nice but too much guests to...

  • Monja Oshio Meguriten
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    3.0
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Kita-ku Ouji 1-21-8

    お好み焼きもんじゃのお店です。 昔ながらの雰囲気です。わたしが行ったときにはそんなに混雑しておらず、ゆっくり飲み、食べることができました。

  • Monja Ya Manten
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Chuo Tsukishima 1-20-4
  • Tukishima Monja kindo Shimbashi
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    4.0
    20 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Minato-ku Nishishimbashi 1-19-3 second Futaba building B1F

    Here is the best Monja-Yaki restaurant. Do you know Monja-yaki It is the local food in Tokyo. It looks bad but the taste is quite nice. And it is very interesting that the guest is requested to cook...

  • Wahhahhaffugetsu Shibuya
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    3.5
    13 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Shibuya-ku Shibuya 1-15-19 Futaba Building 3F

    The staffs are nice and let us order every thing minus meats( 2 different styles of お好み焼き、and 1 original 焼きそば). Please ask the friendly staff and get some nice food :)

  • Tsukishima kaisen Monja kei
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Met. Chuou-ku Tsukishima 1-25-9

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