Tsukishima Monjya Street, Chuo

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3.2/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
Sample a traditional dish made mostly of flour and cabbage at Tsukishima Monjya Street, where you can also peruse a variety of goods and groceries. As soon as you reach the street, you will clearly that the center of attention goes to monjayaki, a battered, pan-fried regional specialty. Take a seat at a table with your own personal iron plate on which to cook monjayaki; spice things up by adding squid, shrimp, cheese, curry, and other ingredients. Many shops have English-speaking staff, but note that some close on Mondays and Tuesdays. If you have a particular place in mind, check in advance whether they will be open or closed during your visit. Tsukishima Monjya Street is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Tokyo Edition.
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  • Monja Street is a perfect tourist spot. Front was maintained, and left and right every monja-yaki shop it is lined. Since entering the shop, and I don't know anyway. Some museums sake bar or on the street, so it's fun and I think you will. Monja-yaki shop I of sake is sour, and was easy to not alcohol, not sick as.
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  • When someone's ¥ 1,000, one has to wonder. Become a city of the rip-off. Brand (? ) In the future not in this town are conceited, cross-legged.
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  • Before the age of monja Street built in baked boom. Monja-yaki has excellent sense of itself snack food, so how shop taste is negligible compared with the Okonomiyaki. By massaging and gabgab is drinking beer, million will fly the tags.
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