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Comments on Survivalguide For Vegetarians (Not Only) In Tokyo: Monk's Food





Updated: 2014-09-12T07:11:50.917-07:00

 



Dear Julia,Thanks for the review of Monk's. We ju...

2009-04-03T21:27:00.000-07:00

Dear Julia,

Thanks for the review of Monk's. We just moved to Tokyo about three weeks ago and live in Musashino Sakai to the west of Kichijoji. We are going to the area today to buy some plants and do some shopping, so we will check it out. It is good to find a blog about vegetables and food in Tokyo.

We miss our big garden back in Michigan, but we have managed to find some local to farm with. It is also going to be a good chance to learn Japanese. My blog on food and stuff so far is popcornhomestead.blogspot.com

If you are ever in the area, give us an email at richandjoan@hotmail.com

Ja mata ne!

Joan



it is no more than 10min walk from kichijoji stn, ...

2008-02-18T19:10:00.000-08:00

it is no more than 10min walk from kichijoji stn, not too hard to find and definitly worth a visit. i love those tiny special places :)



oh, great to finally read a longer review about th...

2008-02-07T19:25:00.000-08:00

oh, great to finally read a longer review about this restaurant!
i've heard of it, but somehow didn't manage it yet to go there.
my desk-neighbour at class in tokyo, who was also vegetarian and lived in kichijouji, said it is just too tiny. but after seeing your pic which looks so yummy and reading about the jazz music it seems like this place is worth a visit!
also kichijouji is always a good place to spend some time and walk around.
do you know if it is far away from the main station, when you're not coming from inokashira kouen?
as you said, it is always so hard to search for a special adress in tokyo, especially when you're hungry!



thanks for sharing all this great info. it's gonna...

2007-07-23T20:10:00.000-07:00

thanks for sharing all this great info. it's gonna come in handy when i go to tokyo next month :)



great site! i'll be able to use some of this info ...

2007-07-23T20:07:00.000-07:00

great site! i'll be able to use some of this info when i go to tokyo in august :)



Wow, that sounds very good, too! But ordering week...

2007-07-18T20:24:00.000-07:00

Wow, that sounds very good, too! But ordering weeks before.. that's crazy! As if we want some extraterrestrial speciality... I can't understand why it is so difficult just not to use fish and meat.
Luckily there are some vegetarian and vegan restaurants here in Tokyo now, or at least veggie-friendly places like this one. The situation changed a lot in the last three years and I hope it will improve more and more, also outside of Tokyo. I will travel through Japan a bit in August and I hope I won't starve on my way ;D



Looks like a great place; it's always such a trest...

2007-07-18T16:59:00.000-07:00

Looks like a great place; it's always such a trest to get a GOOD veggie meal at a restaurant.

I did have one spectacular meal but it had to be specially ordered weeks ahead and made for me. It was for a special lunch with my students and I felt I was putting the chef to a lot of trouble. But it was great -- he had made a kantan jelly with nori that resembled sashimi with a yummy hot mustard and white miso dipping sauce. Also there was a grilled tofu and shitake "stew" that was too tasty.



thanks for visiting my blog :)yes, tomato is alway...

2007-07-18T06:43:00.000-07:00

thanks for visiting my blog :)
yes, tomato is always written トマト. i've never seen it in any different way, i don't think there is a kanji for it.
have fun it kichijôji, it is a great place!



this is so useful - thanks! Esp. as I plan to go t...

2007-07-18T05:30:00.000-07:00

this is so useful - thanks! Esp. as I plan to go to Kichijoji while I'm out there for their giant crafty shops!

Can I ask - is the word 'tomato' always written in Katakana in ingrediants on things? I'm allergic to it and I'm hoping that it won't be written in kanji and then I won't recognise it...

We're not going til Sept so I'll watch for more recommendations - cheers!

Elaine x