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2. ZEN (善) at Shinjuku
Hiroshima style Okonomiyaki sitting with Japanese “Kotatsu”
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Long-time beloved Okonomiyaki restaurant since 1937
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Edo style good old Japanese Okonomiyaki restaurant
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Taste the 60 years of tradition made in Osaka!
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The most photogenic and artistic Okonomiyaki restaurant
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Osaka vs. Hiroshima
It’s claimed that no area makes okonomiyaki better than these two. However, both Osaka and Hiroshima have their own distinct ways of preparing okonomiyaki, leading to a slight rivalry over which does it right and better.
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Osaka‘s style is the more commonly known one. It’s prepared much like your typical pancake—the batter is mixed with the ingredients, then fried. Meanwhile, for Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki, the ingredients are cooked separately in layers, beginning with the batter, which is thin and crepe-like. Noodles are also a key ingredient. The end result looks more like a stacked pile of alternating batter and ingredients. Also, whereas Osaka-style okonomiyaki can be grilled yourself, Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki is always left to the chef.
Nowadays, though, even Osaka-style okonomiyaki may have noodles; this kind of okonomiyaki is called modan-yaki, with the modan meaning “modern,” so the main difference between these two styles, really, is the cooking method. While the methods differ, the end products are delicious anyway! Still, many seem to prefer Osaka-style okonomiyaki.
Where to eat: Okonomiyaki restaurants in Tokyo
While Tokyo has monjayaki, its own take on okonomiyaki which is runnier (try it at the famous monja-street in Tsukishima), there are also restaurants where you can savor good old Osaka and Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki. Here are a few (in no particular order):
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1. Sakuratei | Harajuku
Tucked in a back alley of Harajuku, with some creative wall designs Sakuratei, is a great place to start if you’re new to okonomiyaki. The restaurant has an English menu, and has a laid-back ambiance. It claims to owe its popularity to the fluffy texture of its okonomiyaki, as well as its secret sauce. For big eaters, they have all-you-can-eat okonomiyaki courses. The 90-minute lunch course (available from 11:00 am-3:00 pm) costs ¥1,060 on weekdays, and ¥1,200 on weekends. The 2-hour course includes okonomiyaki, 22 toppings, monjayaki, yakisoba, and yakiudon.
2. Hanako | Iidabashi
Only very recenly added to the Bib Gourmand list (the affordable level below a Michelin Star), this place looks pretty unnassuming, but the food definitely isn’t. Now with three restaurants in Hiroshima and two in Tokyo (the other in Kanda), they seem to be getting their staple dish right at this store in particular, so you’re in safe hands. Try to grab a counter seat by the teppan so you can watch the master at work.
3. Kiji | Marunouchi + Shinagawa
This famous okonomiyaki restaurant in Osaka has two branches in Tokyo: one in Marunouchi and another in Shinagawa. Starting at ¥830 for a buta-tama (pork and egg) okonomiyaki, prices are quite reasonable. English menus are available too.
Because this restaurant is popular, it’s best to arrive early and expect a line that can leave you waiting for more than an hour, at worst.
4. Sometaro | Asakusa
Based in Asakusa, Sometaro has been in business since 1937. This grill-it-yourself okonomiyaki restaurant has affordable prices, with a very basic okonomiyaki (with only pickled ginger and cabbage as ingredients) costing ¥380. The ones with more fillings cost anywhere between ¥630–¥880. Be sure to try their unconventional okonomiyaki: pizza (with peppers, bacon, and cheese), curry, mochi (with cheese, bacon, and mochi), and pork with kimchi.
5. Okonomiyaki Honjin
Another grill-your-own-okonomiyaki place, this place has all-you-can-eat and all-you-can drink courses. The lunch course is 90 minutes, and costs ¥1,480. The 2-hour all-you-can-eat-and-drink course costs ¥3,000, covering 18 kinds of okonomiyaki, 25 kinds of monjayaki, and a variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
6. Suzume no Oyado | Shibuya
This restaurant has an old-school, homey vibe. It serves not only okonomiyaki, but also monjayaki. Prices are slightly higher compared to the aforementioned restaurants, but are still relatively inexpensive.
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7. Buchiumaya | Shinjuku
One of the few Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki restaurants in Tokyo, Buchiumaya‘s best-sellers are the regular okonomiyaki — nikutama (meat and egg)—and mochi cheese nikutama. This izakaya-like restaurant also has other dishes worth trying, such as a crispy squid snack. Prepare to spend around ¥815 to ¥1,500 at this place.
8. Hiroshima Okonomiyaki Kurumi | Shinjuku
Also in Shinjuku, the restaurant’s name needs no explanation. Its inexpensive okonomiyaki range from ¥600 to ¥900, and portions are large. The restaurant seems particularly generous with its noodles.
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What is Okonomiyaki?
Okonomiyaki is described many ways. “Crepe” and “omelette” are two common comparisons. But you’re bound to hear “Japanese pizza” or “Japanese pancake” most often. These monikers are all true to an extent but basically wrong.
Okonomiyaki is a flour based mixture cooked on a griddle. Thus a cake from a pan, or “pancake.” But it doesn’t have the sweetness of fluffiness the name connotes (at least in the American sense).
Its pizzaness comes from the various ingredients. Just like you can have whatever you want on your pizza, you can have whatever you want on (or in) your okonomiyaki.
In fact, the name okonomiyaki お好み焼き means “whatever you like grilled.” The first part of the word okonomi お好み means “choice” or “preference.” If you use the word konomi 好み in a sentence, it can mean “one’s type.” As in “He is my type.” The second part, yaki 焼き means “cooking,” “frying,” or “heating.” It’s the same yaki in teriyaki, yakisoba, and yakiniku.
As the name insists, you can do what you like. But there are some differences in ingredients that change the style of the dish depending on the region of Japan.
The two main styles are Osaka (or Kansai) style and Hiroshima style.
Because you can add “whatever you like” the possibilities are endless. But there are certain ingredients which must be present before you can start adding things to the batter. Here are the essentials that make up Osaka style okonomiyaki.
- Tenkasu: Little bits of batter that fall into oil when frying tempura.
- Beni shouga: Little red sour pickle slivers. Gives a sour kick.
- Dashi stock: A soup stock containing our umami friend katsuobushi. If the name is unfamiliar, chances are you’ve eaten it (and loved it). Read our article that explains everything about katsuobushi.
- Eggs and Flour: You know what these are.
- Cabbage: Arguably the “main” ingredient. Each pancake is packed with leafy goodness. All the fiber adds a healthy touch. You don’t want to use North American cabbage though. It’s a bit hard. If you’re in North America, look for cabbage labelled, “Asian cabbage” or “Taiwanese cabbage.”
- Aonori: A green seaweed shredded into near powder form and used as a topping.
- Dried Bonito Flakes: This also come from our friend katsuobushi. This super umami topping is used in a lot of Japanese dishes, but it is absolutely necessary here. The flakes “dance” in the heat.
- Okonomiyaki sauce: A topping so essential it bears the name of the dish. A dark brown sauce combining Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, ketchup, and a dash of sugar or a teaspoon of honey. The dominant sauce brand is Otafuku.
- Japanese mayonnaise: Not just any mayo will do. You need the Japanese kind which is thicker and sweeter than American varieties. Kewpie is the most popular brand.
- Thin sliced pork belly: Any cut of uncooked pork is fine, but the belly is the fattiest (and tastiest) part. Fat and flour is a great combination. It’s put on one side of the okonomiyaki and fried into the pancake. It can be in long strips or smaller pieces. Ground pork may be used instead, but this is more old fashioned.
Okonomiyaki is a special part of the culture in the Kansai region of Japan. So much so, that they think of it in special ways. Even though it is packed full of carbs, citizens of Kansai consider it okazu 御数. Okazu is a dish that goes with rice. In this case, carbs with carbs. People from other parts of Japan think this is weird.
Besides “okazu,” another special label for okonomiyaki is “konamon.” In Osaka and the Kansai region, foods made with flour are called konamon 粉モン. Kona 粉 means powder and “mon” is “mono” (“stuff” or “things”) in the Kansai dialect. Thus okonomiyaki is considered “konamon” in Osaka.
Osaka style may also be referred to as “Kansai style” in parts of Kansai. But the main difference in this sub-style is the mayonnaise. Osaka style always has mayonnaise as a topping. But other cities in Kansai such as Kobe or Hyogo likely will not.
If you saunter into Hiroshima and try to cook up some Osaka style okonomiyaki, a local is likely to approach your griddle and say, “We don’t take kindly to that kinda cookin’ in these parts.”
Actually, that wouldn’t happen. Hiroshima people are really nice (though there are definitely a lot of yakuza there). They would probably just make you some of their signature okonomiyaki with a big smile. Don’t ask for “Hiroshima style” in Hiroshima though. Just ask for okonomiyaki. Asking for “Hiroshima style” implies their style is not the main and truest style of the dish in existence. And you don’t wanna do that.
What sets Hiroshima style apart? The ingredients are mostly the same as the Osaka style. The most noticeable difference is the noodles. Hiroshima okonomiyaki is topped with yakisoba or udon noodles and a fried egg. The soba noodles are much more common though. Instead of mixing ingredients into the batter, they are layered. And there’s a heck of a lot more cabbage too, up to four times as much as the Osaka variety. The cabbage is piled on top. As it cooks down, it’s flattened and more cabbage is added. Beansprouts are also a signature Hiroshima ingredient. The most noticeable difference flavor-wise is the sauce. Hiroshima style sauce is sweet, whereas Osaka sauce is a tad spicy.
1. Naniwa (浪花) [Nerima]
「Naniwa」 is a popular restaurant in Nerima and famous figures also come here to dine but don’t get confused with is original Japanese characters with the Naniwa district in Osaka. At this restaurant, you can have Osaka style okonomiyakis. The menu here offers a wide variety of okonomiyakis to choose from and you can also have some delicious takoyaki here too.
2nd Floor Koizumi Building, 5-15-1, Toyotamakami, Nerima War, Tokyo
2. Okonomiyaki Kiji Shinagawa (お好み焼 きじ 品川店) [Shingawa]
「Okonomiyaki Kiji Shinagawa」offers diners the opportunity to try the authentic Osaka Kiji taste right here in Shinagawa. You can’t help but notice how delicious the okonomiyakis are but don’t forget to try their generous portion of beef cuts called「Suji Yaki」, which is another popular dish in this shop.
2nd Floor Shinagawa Front Building, 2-3-13 Konan, Minato Ward, Tokyo
3. Konamon (古無門) [Setagaya]
「Konamon」has an exterior that doesn’t look like the other conventional okonomiyaki restaurants. Step through their sturdy entrance into a spacious dining area and you would be amazed at how this restaurant can seat up to about 200 diners at a go but regardless of how crowded the restaurant becomes, you can still enjoy their delicious okonomiyaki comfortably.
4-14-1 Tsurumaki, Setagaya Ward, Tokyo
4. Okonomiyaki Fukutake (お好み焼き 福竹) [Yaguchinowatashi]
「Okonomiyaki Fukutake」is a popular restaurant even though it is located in a quiet part of the city. Well who can deny this restaurant from its fame once they have tried the fluffy and flavorful okonomiyaki here! This restaurant also provides an interesting attraction for its diners with waiting staff that are dressed in costumes.
1-17-11 Higashi Yaguchi, Ota Ward, Tokyo
5. Koinobori (こいのぼり) -Shimotakaido
For some Hiroshima style okonomiyaki, you must head to「Koinobori」. This restaurant has been featured in some magazines and they offer high quality okonomiyakis. Hiroshima style okonomiyakis are different from Osaka ones, as they have more vegetables, which is perfect for diners that are looking for a healthier option.
1-3-11 Shimotakaido, Suginami Ward, Tokyo
6.Sonia (ソニア) -Shinbashi
For your fill of Hiroshima style okonomiyaki, make your way to 「Sonia」. You should try the ones that come with noodles and you can choose between two options; udon or soba but for those who have never had this type of okonomiyaki before, we suggest you to pick the soba ones. Come here to satisfy your taste buds with the ones that are generously topped with Welsh onions that is also pleasing to the eye.
B1 Floor Le Gratte Ciel Building, 5-15-1 Shinbashi, Minato Ward, Tokyo
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