Vibrant Side Of Osaka

Description “Shinsaibashi is a district in the Chūō-ku ward of Osaka, Japan and the city’s main shopping area. At its center is Shinsaibashi-suji, a covered shopping street, that is north of Dōtonbori and Sōemonchō, and parallel and east of Mido-suji street.“—Wikipedia When I travelled, shopping did not attract me the most. However, this shopping centre… Continue reading Vibrant Side Of Osaka

Mimiu In Osaka, Japan

After a long day of walking around the city, it was time for dinner. Without thinking much, we walked past the “Mimiu”. “Mimiu began as a Ryotei (Japanese traditional style restaurant) in Sakai, southern part of Osaka, 250 years ago. A few generations back, the owner Heitaro renamed the restaurant as Mimiu and focused the… Continue reading Mimiu In Osaka, Japan

Hanamura: A Tonkatsu Restaurant In Osaka, Japan

As I was walking around in Osaka, I walked past this restaurant and decided to try it out. This restaurant specialized in “tonkatsu”. Tonkatsu is a Japanese dish that consists of a breaded, deep-fried/tempura pork cutlet. It involves cutting the pig’s back center into 2-3 centimeter thick slices, coating with panko, frying them in oil,… Continue reading Hanamura: A Tonkatsu Restaurant In Osaka, Japan

Isonoryotaro Nambaten Conveyor Belt Sushi In Osaka

Isonoryotaro Nambaten Imagine 100 yen for a plate! Depending on the colour indicator, many plates only cost 100 yen. There were more expensive ones, but I got my fill just eating mostly 100 yen plates. Another fun treat was the surprise eggs that could fall out of a machine depending on how much you ate.… Continue reading Isonoryotaro Nambaten Conveyor Belt Sushi In Osaka