Sakura Tei

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Time Out says

A restaurant specialising in Osaka-style okonomiyaki and Tokyo's own monjayaki, Sakura Tei is found in the Jingumae-Sanchome area near Cat Street, on the grounds of the Design Festa Gallery. This artsy influence is visible throughout the place, from the mural by the entrance all the way to the many vivid pieces on the walls. It's a strange but fascinating space that's sure to provide quite a few Instagram-worth photo ops.

In addition to the aforementioned specialities, the menu lists appetisers and desserts throughout the day, but lunch is when Sakuratei really shines. This is when you can pay ¥1,500 for all-you-can-eat okonomiyaki and monja, available in a whopping 21 varieties. The reasonable prices add to the attraction, as do the interesting wild grass toppings and various international specials. The clientele is quite diverse – even more so than usually in Harajuku.

Details

Address:
3-20-1 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku
Tokyo
Opening hours:
11.30am-8pm daily
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