Tiny restaurant with only a handful of tables and only one person working, but the wait times are relatively short and the food excellent. The lady who was there when we visited spoke admirable English as well.
I almost gave four stars because the okonomiyaki wasn't the absolute best I've had (Hiroshima beat this place hands down) but amidst the tourist traps of Nara, this shop is delightful.
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