How To Cook Monjayaki & Okonomiyaki in Tsukishima

Tsukishima is a famous area for lots of monjayaki restaurants, and KONDO is one of the oldest in the area. (And one of the best, too!) Tokyo based model/entrepreneur Mami shows us how to cook monjayaki and okonomiyaki in KONDO.
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More About This Area

Although Tsukishima is about 8 minutes distance by cab from Ginza, the most luxury and modern shopping area in Japan, it has very historic and local atmosphere. The district is very famous for Okonomiyaki, Japanese traditional pan-fried cake that consists of batter, cabbage and selected toppings and ingredients which can vary greatly anything from meat and seafood to wasabi and cheese.
If you would like to enjoy old-school Japanese pub culture, this is the place.


3-12-10 Tsukishima, Chuo, Tokyo

Category Monjayaki Restaurant
Phone 0335334555
Website Tabelog >
Average Price ¥2,000~¥2,999
Opening Hour [Mon〜Fri]
[Sat, Sun, Holliday]
Non-Working Day Open every day
Sample Prices Draft Beer: ¥600, Highball: ¥500, Monjayaki: ¥700〜, Okonomiyaki: ¥810〜, Yakisoba: ¥800〜

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