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  • Botejyu : Shinjuku

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Shinjuku )
  • Established in 1946 in Osaka, this long-standing Okonomiyaki restaurant was the first to use mayonnaise when cooking Okonomiyaki. The staff will cook all your food in the black toned, relaxed restaura...
  • Kiji

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Tokyo Station )
  • Kiji is a famous Okonomi-yaki restaurant based in Osaka, and this was its first venture into Tokyo, established in 1970. There's always a long line outside but a relatively quick turnover rate.
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  • Sakura Tei

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Harajuku )
  • Sakura Tei is a hide-away for an okonomiyaki and monjayaki restaurant in the back streets of Harajuku. Generally you cook your own food at your table. Many Japanese celebrities visit this restaurant...
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  • Yukari

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Akihabara )
  • Iroha

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Tsukiji )
  • Iroha is one of the most famous monjayaki restaurants in Tsuki-shima, which itself is famous for monjayaki. This cook-it-yourself style restaurant opened over fifty years ago. It's always crowded with...
  • President Chibo

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja, Teppanyaki / Hibachi ( Shimbashi )
  • Since teppan-yaki technically refers to any dish cooked on an iron plate, President Chibo serves not only traditional teppan-yaki, but also okonomiyaki. If you choose a counter seat, you can watch the...
  • Yakiyaki Miwa

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Roppongi )
  • Kansai-style Okonomiyaki is the specialty at Yakiyaki Miwa. They buy fresh seafood everyday to use as toppings on their okonomiyakis and also feature a wide selection of side dishes. Good spot to meet...
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  • Okonomiyaki Honjin

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja, Teppanyaki / Hibachi ( Shinjuku )
  • Okonomiyaki, takoyaki, monjayaki and teppanyaki with a view.
  • Big Pig

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Chiba, Narita )
  • Hiroshima style okonomiyaki at this popular chain. Sit at the counter and watch the large, noodle-stuffed okonomiyaki being cooked in front of you.
  • Botejyu San: Akasaka

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Akasaka )
  • This okonomiyaki and teppan-yaki restaurant is on the second floor of a building two minutes’ walk from Akasaka Mitsuke Station. The interior decoration is based on black keynotes, and the shop has...
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  • Rokumon Ya

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Shinjuku )
  • At this Osaka style Okonomiyaki restaurant, the friendly staff will cook right in front of you. The restaurant however, is not big at all with only 6 counter seats and 6 tables. The interior is a dark...
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  • Jinroku

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja, Teppanyaki / Hibachi ( Shirokane )
  • Jinroku is a one of a kind Okonomiyaki restaurant adjusted for the high class of the surrounding Shirokane. The skillful chefs are able to turn what is normally a snack into a main course that is the ...
  • Bochi Bochi

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Hiroo )
  • Bochi Bochi, like many other Okomiyaki restaurants, is located near the Tengenji crossway and is easily noticeable because of its retro exterior design. We recommend the counter seats where the chefs ...
  • Sacchan

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Akasaka )
  • Sacchan attracts Hiroshima natives living in Tokyo for their orthodox rendition of Hiroshima-yaki -- Hiroshima's alternative to Kansai's okonomiyaki. The restaurant is small and run by a couple. Take ...
  • Hukumi

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja, Teppanyaki / Hibachi ( Omotesando, Aoyama )
  • Hukumi is an East-West fusion themed teppan (hot plate) restaurant serving innovative dishes. The building in which Hukumi is located is rather old, but the interior is kept clean, and is decorated w...
  • Tanba Tei

  • Okonomiyaki, Monja ( Shinjuku )
  • This is a popular restaurant where the staff cooks your favorite Okonomiyaki dish. They serve 2 different styles of Okonomiyaki, Osaka style called “Neri Komi,” and a Hiroshima style call “Negi ...
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