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Japanese: Okonomiyaki


Koboreya Description

Located in the bustling neighborhood of Tsukishima in Tokyo, Koboreya is a hidden gem that specializes in creative and traditional monjayaki, a type of Japanese savory pancake. Step into this charming restaurant and be transported to a nostalgic world of old-town charm and warm hospitality.

What sets Koboreya apart is their dedication to using high-quality ingredients sourced from renowned suppliers. Their signature dashi, a flavorful broth made from simmering pork bones, chicken bones, and a variety of vegetables for over five hours, is the secret behind their mouthwatering monjayaki. The seafood used in their dishes is delivered fresh from Tsukiji Market, ensuring the utmost freshness and quality. Don't miss their premium tempura flakes, sourced from the famous 'Tenpura Abe' restaurant, and their unique and carefully crafted seasoning that perfectly complements each monjayaki dish.

The menu at Koboreya offers a wide variety of options to suit every palate. From their popular 'Shio' course, which allows you to savor the best of the sea with a selection of fresh seafood, to their 'Tsuki' course, perfect for first-time visitors looking to experience the classic flavors of Tsukishima, there is something for everyone. Pair your meal with one of their 58 carefully selected Japanese sake or shochu options, sourced from all over the country.

Step into Koboreya and indulge in the art of monjayaki, where every dish is a masterpiece crafted with passion and precision. Whether you're a local looking for a taste of nostalgia or a visitor seeking an authentic Japanese dining experience, Koboreya is the place to be.

Koboreya Overview


3-chōme-14-2 Tsukishima, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0052


+81 (0) 3-3520-8779


4 minute walk from Tsukishima Station, Exit 8 on Toei Oedo Line/Yurakucho Line.
4 minute walk from Kachidoki Station, Exit A10 on Toei Oedo Line.

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-10:00PM
Mon: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Tue: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Wed: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Thur: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Fri: 5:00PM-11:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-11:00PM

Payment methods

Cash, Visa, Master Card, AMEX, Diners Club, JCB

Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List

Craft cocktails



Sake Selection

WiFi Available

Wheelchair Accessible

Stylish Interior

Koboreya Reviews

Koboreya Google Average Rating



Reserved for dinner with a large group of friends.
Got the tuna monjya, the classic monjya, the duck monjya, and an okonomiyaki with drinks all for around 2,500 yen a person.

The food was excellent, and the service was wonderful too. The staff will help cook the monjya if you request it and they do an excellent job preparing it. They even scrape off the grill and the end and leave you some of the crispy bits so you get every last bit of the monjya.

Couldn't be more satisfied with everything.
I will note that the menu is entirely in Japanese though, so bring someone along who can read/speak Japanese to make sure you know what you're getting.


I visited with my work colleagues for a year-end party!
I'm thankful that the chair can be used as a luggage compartment to prevent my luggage and coat from getting smoky ☺️

First, I tried the traditional monja, and also had the oyster monja and tuna monja that I had always been interested in✨

The staff carefully cooked each piece of monja, and everything was delicious!

I thought I had ordered too much because there were so many things I wanted to try, but it was so delicious that I ate it all.

It's popular, so advance reservations are recommended 💡
My personal big hit was the tuna monja✨
I would like to relax again with a small group of people ☺️


This hideaway shop is located in a small alley on Tsukishima Monja Street, and is a 2-minute walk from the Tsukishima Sanchome bus stop.
The inside of the store was very clean, and I think there were 6 counter seats and 4 tables that seated 4 people.
The monja in the photo are called ``Koboreya'' and ``Jikkuro,'' and it was fun to watch as the staff grilled them right in front of me, and it was great to eat them. There are so many other things besides monja that I can't eat all of them. I have no choice but to go there several times.
I recommend it.

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