When I arrived at the restaurant, there was already a long queue despite the fact it was a weekday. After a 40-minute wait, finally I could enter into the restaurant.
Inside the restaurant, there are counter seats with a large iron plate in front, and Zashiki (Japanese style seating with Tatami mats) seats at the back. At the counter seats, staff would cook Yakisoba and Okonomi-yaki skilfully in front of you.
This is the classic scene of making the Fujinomiya Dagashi-ya (cheap snack store) style Okonomi-yaki and Yakisoba.
In terms of popularity and taste, one can say that the Okonomi shokudo ITO represents the Dagashi-ya style Fujinomiya Yakisoba.