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Enjoy an aromatic cup of authentic drip coffee, made with a machine named "Drip Master", replicating the extraction techniques of an award-winning barista. Try the popular original blend with an item from the cafe's full menu of satisfying meals and desserts. The cafe can accommodate a variety of situations. It is wifi ready, has a separate smoking section and counter seats with outlets. A perfect place to take a break.
Chazuke is a healthy version of Japanese fast food that consists of a Dashi broth extracted from konbu seaweed or bonito and poured over a bowl of rice from Miyagi Prefecture. Chicken soup is added to the Japanese Dashi to create an exquisite broth. Choose from a variety of toppings: seafood, such as red snapper and tuna from Ehime Prefecture, chicken or vegetables. Select your meal from a touch screen vending machine.
Omurice Hokkyokuse is a branch of Hokkyokusei, an establishment famous for its omurice dish (omelet with a filling of ketchup‐seasoned fried rice) with a history of more than 90 years. The standard Chicken Omurice, with its soft egg texture and special sauce creating a delicate balance, earned its reputation as the taste that represents Osaka. One mouthful and you are bound to agree. Check out Omurice's extensive menu, as well as specials available only at this branch. Most items are available for take out.
In a city teeming with gourmet food, one enduring local favorite is Takoyaki. Kukuru is a famous Takoyaki joint, with the original restaurant located in Osaka's Dotombori where competition is fierce among the finest restaurants. The restaurant takes pride in its Takoyaki, with the large slices of octopus that occupy the soft and creamy innards of a wheat-based batter. Other items on the menu include a chewy textured Yakisoba, rice and octopus cooked in Dashi (Tako rice) and many others that represent Osaka's rich food culture. Available as take out.
"Matsuba specializes in Kushikatsu, an Osaka specialty featuring deep fried beef, seafood, and vegetables
Opened in 1948, the restaurant attracted many loyal customers over the years for its unpretentious style of stand-up dining. Kushikatsu is typically enjoyed in Osaka as an accompaniment to beer or sake, and commuters can be found dining at the restaurant on their way home from work. Diners can choose their Kushikatsu from countertop containers or order separately. The menu is reasonably priced, starting at ¥100 per skewer."
"Born in Seattle, USA, but known the world over, Starbucks Coffee can be found almost anywhere.
From espresso drinks made from quality Arabica beans to cherry blossom flavored frappuccinos and drinks released only in Japan, Starbucks offers a variety of options. Limited edition Japanese-style tumblers adorned with famed Osaka tourist attractions are also popular among tourists looking for souvenirs found only in Osaka."
Jim Beam is a popular bourbon brand enjoyed in over 120 countries worldwide. Enjoy one of many Jim Beam drinks and chef recommended entrees at the stylish cafe and dining room inspired by the brand's international appeal. Japanese style Roast beef sandwich of Wasabi and Ponzu, and the trendy citrus beam highball made from freshly squeezed fruit are just a few of the many Jim Beam offerings you will find here.
A direct shop of Asahi Breweries', Japan's premier beer maker. Enjoy a glass of the Super Dry the right way -- poured painstakingly into a thin glass crafted in Germany, out of a custom Belgian-made ball tap producing the creamiest of foams. The restaurant also serves fresh draft beer available in limited venues. The menu includes stone-oven baked pizzas, raw ham, various tapas, fried foods and snacks.
A popular ramen chain with the original restaurant in Dotombori, one of Osaka's foremost shopping districts. The soy-based ramen broth boasts a rich umami of select ingredients, and features a copious serving of Chinese cabbage, grilled pork and a boiled egg. Although generous in size, the ramen has a surprisingly light after-taste. Add a side dish of Gyoza stuffed with vegetables and pork. The store's white interior is bright and clean. Family friendly. High chairs available.
In addition to the main offering of Soba, Naniwa serves Udon Noodle and Rice Bowl meals. Stand-up dining is available for customers in a hurry. Naniwa was dubbed Japan's fastest soba shop by the media -- once an order goes through, meals can be ready in as fast as 10 seconds. Not just known for speed, Naniwa has been serving up the rich flavors of its Kansai style Dashi broth for over 40 years to many of its enduring fans.
Enjoy one of the finest Japanese culinary experiences and watch the master make your sushi right in front of you. Choose from a variety of offerings made from fresh and local seasonal catch. Kaisen Kaitenzushi Ganko offers high quality tuna and prawns at reasonable prices. The sushi comes drifting by on a conveyor belt-type lane so grab one that catches your eye. You can also place separate orders by touching the item you want on the LCD screen mounted at your table.