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Tsukishima Monjya Street

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Tsukishima, Chuo, Tokyo Prefecture
Ginza / Tokyo Nihonbashi
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All reviews okonomiyaki pancakes english menu shredded cabbage iron plate lots of small restaurants sign language seafood melon interesting shops japanese style noodles dish dough cooking hotplate meat
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Reviewed January 22, 2019

Tsukishima Monjya Street is a six-block street filled with approximately 200 restaurants of do-it-yourself teppanyaki Japanese style pancakes using vegetables, seafood, meats, noodles, cheese and whatever else your imagination can come up with, including Western toppings, if you so, please. The restaurants start getting busy...More

Date of experience: January 2019
1  Thank richardi125
Reviewed November 6, 2018

This street surprised me. I guess I was expecting a dark, ancient and somewhat rustic and noisy laneway with small eateries. Dont know why. But it is actually quite and quaint with lovely street lights. Lots of small restaurants serving Monjayaki. Choose carefully, as most...More

Date of experience: September 2018
2  Thank steve j
Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

Having dinner at Tsukishima Monja Street. Monja, a Japanese style pan-fried batter is a kind of Japanese comfort food, mainly eaten in the Kanto region. While it mainly consists of similar ingredients to okonomiyaki, such as shredded cabbage and flour, monja is runnier because of...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Molly_Cheong
Reviewed August 10, 2018

Very few have ventured to this little area making it a very quaint experience. Some restaurants date back to the 1800. Great atmosphere with friendly and welcoming restaurants. I stayed longer, and ate more than I expected! It was a fantastic experience and neighborhood.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Melissa S
Reviewed July 26, 2018

Two of us were there n there are many interesting shops just along the street. It’s a place the locals go n don’t see much tourists. There are few Tokyo Melon Pans there n they are definitely worst a try. Of course the Monja restaurants...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Chew H
Reviewed April 24, 2018 via mobile

More than 40 Monjayaki restaurants are on or around this street. In fact Tsukishima is called Monja-town.

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank U3248HAronh
Reviewed April 7, 2018

I came here with a friend from Tokyo. It is interesting to see the different architecture here, parades of shops under an awning, older and more traditional than the other local streets. It is famous for the monjya dishes, though we didn't have any on...More

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank Dave_Cowley_Road
Reviewed November 8, 2017

I tend to go where the food leads me, so we took a special trip from Shinjuku to Monjya Street on a recommendation from a local. The entire street is lined with restaurants specialising in the Monjya pancake, similar concept (and cabbage-base) to the okomomiyaki...More

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank Deborah E
Reviewed October 24, 2017

There are very few things in Tokyo which disappoint. Unfortunately, this street is one - very disappointing. The street itself is undergoing a re-branding so one full side of the street is under construction. This means as many as 50 to 100 restaurants are closed....More

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank Landyeng
Reviewed October 19, 2017 via mobile

This is the center of Tokyo monjya dining. It's 100% local, quite unusual and very yummy. Also in most restaurants they will offer you to do it yourself, because the food is brought raw, and needs to be fried on a big frying plate. So...More

Date of experience: October 2017
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Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's
also a downtown area with shops that were founded over
a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury
boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza.
It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll
while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels,
world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a
collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
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September 2, 2018|
Response from wearethe801 |
Ten minutes max! It is only 5 or 6 blocks long. I didn't count, but someone said about 200 restaurants. I went on Sunday early afternoon and quite a few were closed, but there were still plenty to choose from.