Monja Shinanoya is particular about the dashi broth, which is the key to the flavour of monja, and uses carefully selected dried bonito flakes, kelp, and other ingredients to create a light, yet Japanese-flavored broth with a deep flavour that spreads in the mouth.

The restaurant’s speciality is a large “mentaiko monja” that contains half a whole fillet of mentaiko. Compared to other restaurants, the most eye-catching thing about this monja is the size of the mentaiko! The price is a bargain for a mentaiko of this size. If you like monja, you must try this at least once.

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