There are interesting lanes. lots of monjayaki shops along the lanes. Pick a random one and try a monjayaki.
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Monjayaki has become very popular in recent years. It had always been regarded as the less attractive Tokyo cousin of the immensely popular Okonomiyaki of Hiroshima and Osaka origin. Tsukishima Monja Street is basically a local shopping street, but the number of monja restaurants has...More
I really enjoyed all the little restaurants along the street. They are very unique. Most have English menus and the waitress did a very good job of explaining and cooking our food in front of us. Our favorite was the pork belly Okonomiyaki. This regional...More
We visited the restaurant Mambo with our local Japanese friends for an "authentic Tokyo experience" which indeed it was! Seated cross legged around large hot plates, our friends cooked up a feast of savoury "pancakes" (monjayaki and okonomiyaki) Pros: unique experience and we were for...More
A quaint town, Tsukishima is best known for monjayaki. We took a train using our subway pass from tsukiji. From Tsukiji, it is just a mere 10 minute ride. After you come out from the station, you can see many restaurants along the street.It's hard...More
Tsukishima is famous for monjayaki so they have a restaurant Street that is 90% monjayaki restaurants. I think monjayaki is OK and interesting for the first time but I am not sure why they have so many of them. Try it once for the expertise...More
Really great street for Japanese pancake. Pick a place with room for you and take a gamble. None of ours were bad.
just known from japanese, this street where plenty of restaurant proposing monjyaki food, and close to fish market;
Tsukishima is a man made island in Tokyo Bay, just across the channel from Tsukiji fish market. Tsukishima is best known for monjayaki, a kind of runny pancake with different ingredients, such as seafood, meat and vegetables, mixed into the batter.
Its a good place to try monjyaki and okonomiyaki. There is also a shop that sells Japanese clogs but each pair costs at least 1000 Yen. Besides that, the freshly baked melon pan is great. There is also a place to buy freshly roasted coffee...More