I rarely have breakfast at any shops along Monzeki street because those shops have seats outside. Too hot in Summer, and too cold in Winter. Especially I hate the smell of simmered pork innards.
But I wanted to try Matakoiya and finally I had a chance to visit there.
It is located along Monzeki street stating point from Harumi street.
There’s a menu outside and there’s a ticket vending machine.
Miso soup is included. Large helping of rice is free of charge.
I chose a Matakoi-don (又こい丼, 1000 yen).
It have the word of shop name. I think this is their recommendation.
Matakoi-don have slices of tuna, negitoro and quail’s egg.
Umm. The tuna was thawed. I don’t hate thawed tuna itself. But I think this tuna was failed to be thawed 🙁
And rice was dried. I think their shop have not good condition for retaining the quality of foods. Monzeki street is difficult place, I think.
I think they can’t serve sashimi bowl at good condition at least breakfast time because they don’t have much guests. Perhaps they held those ingredients much time.
About Matakoiya So-Honten (又こい家総本店)
Address / 4-8-7 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Phone / 03-3541-7311
Open / 6 a.m. – 10 p.m., Sundays and another national holidays until 9 p.m.
Closed / No scheduled
Credit card / Unavailable
Reservation / Unavailable
Smoking / Not permitted
URL / Website (in Japanese only)