Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: Ikebukuro Pastakan




July 5, 2024

Visit Tokyo: Ikebukuro Pastakan

I wish there were instructions or photos to let us know the basic steps, but I think the okonomiyakis turned out great, considering we never made them before!  
Beef Tendon and Green Onion

I still needed help from an employee, however, because one of the okonomiyakis came with noodles and another egg, and I had no idea what to do with those ingredients.

They both ended up tasting really good!

Modanyaki Pork

A few of the ready-to-eat items included:

Potato Butter & Corn
The Potato Butter & Corn was simple, but good.  It came in a cast-iron dish that was left on the grill so everything could be warmed up.

Yakisoba with Pork
The Yakisoba was really tasty, and I enjoyed the Crispy Fried Pasta!  
Crispy Fried Pasta

Although I would have preferred the okonomiyakis be served to us cooked, it was such a fun experience, and the end result was delicious!

Ikebukuro Pastakan
3 Chome-1-1 Higashiikebukuro
Toshima City, Tokyo 170-0013, Japan

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