We love the set up of the restaurant that feels authentic and warm. The staffs are helpful in assisting us make decision on what to order and help us cook at the beginning. Then, we have the options to either let them finish it or continue cooking the okonomiyaki yourself.

The dining area is set in washitsu style where the guest dine sitting on tatami. Shoes are to be left at the entrance. As the food is cooked at individual tables, do expect leaving the restaurant smelling like okonomiyaki.

The overall experience is memorable and worth visiting. Look for the little wooden shack on your way.