Restaurants & Cafés


The name refers to the super-sized portions of okonomiyaki (around 30cm in diameter) and yakisoba (the cabbage almost falls off the hotplate). The functional interior is a throwback to the late 1970s, enlivened only slightly by the autographs of celebrities who have eaten here. If you would like to dine where the locals eat, this is the place. Happily, while the servings are hefty, the prices are reasonable.

Kyoto Shortlist

Review updated October 2009


35-16 Minami-machi, Toji-in, Kita-ku, Kyoto

Transport Bus 26; or Toji station (Keifuku line).

Telephone 075 462 2934

Open 11am-2pm, 4.30-11pm wed-sun. closed 4th sunday of month.

Admission ¥.

Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.


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