Having settled down the luggages, we went out for food.
We reached the Tsukishima station (つきしまえき) by coincidence. There was a food street in front of us which was called “Nishi Naka-dori” (西仲通り商店街). The town seemed to be new and promoting Monja (もんじゃ) by most of the restaurants.
Last time in Kansai, we had tried similar food. It was more with udon and meat while here it used more noodles and seafood. Our cooking skill was not very talent. We just tried cooking it in the common way and the taste was quite special. It tasted neither western nor oriental. Customers eat by using a tiny iron shovel to cut a small piece, similar the way to cut a slice of pizza.