Sights in Osaka

Sight in Osaka

あじびる 花心 梅田店 (餐厅)

Sight in Osaka

七輪焼肉 榮華亭 天神橋本店(餐厅)

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炭火焼肉 清次郎(餐厅)

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Yakiniku Zen

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はや 道頓堀店(餐厅)

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Ohatsu Tenjin Shrine (Tsuyuten Jinja Shrine)

Tsuyuten Jinja Shrine, commonly known as Ohatsu Tenjin Shrine, is dedicated to lovers and their eternal love.

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Fandango

Operating since 1987, this venue is one of Osaka's oldest music houses for showing live rock and alternative music, noise, heavy metal, hardcore, punk and indie

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Tenjin Mochi

This wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) shop is best known for their "tenjin mochi". The handmade rice cakes were the first products to be sold when the stor

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Aozashikarari (Isetan Food Hall Lucua 1100)

Lined up along the many shops at the Isetan Food Hall of the Lucua shopping mall, this shop sells an assortment of green tea flavored desserts. Their menu inclu

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Hoshuku (Lucua Osaka)

Fusing modern with traditional, this bar serves a wide collection of sake from different parts of Japan along with light Japanese appetizers. The modern-day iza

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Kyu Yam Tetsudo (Lucua 1100)

This restaurant serves a wide variety of curry dishes from different cuisines around the globe, including Thai and Indian. The flavorful and aromatic curries ar

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Deiribashi Kintsubaya

Kintsuba is one of Japanese sweets that is made from Anko (sweet bean paste). Originally established in 1930, this Japanese sweets store has been known as one o

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Hakata Shinpu Ramen Shokudo (Lucua 1100)

First opened in 1968 along the "Oishinbo Noodles Road," this ramen joint has relocated to the basement of the Lucua shopping mall. Ramen Shokudo is best known f

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Takaoka Fukunobu

This store specializes in wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) and has been in operation for about 400 years. The most popular item on their menu is their wara

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Kikujudo

Established around 1830, this traditional dessert shop specializes in "korai mochi". The name of these rice cakes comes from the area in which the shop is locat

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Fukujudo-hidenobu (Soemon-cho)

This wagashi (traditional Japanese sweets) store is owned by one of the longest-standing Japanese sweets brands in Osaka. One of their baked sweets, called Hana

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Tsuruya Hachiman (Main Store)

This store has been in operation since the Genroku era (1688–1704), serving wagashi (traditional Japanese treats). Tsuruya Hachiman takes great pride in their c

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Takasagodo (Main Store)

This Japanese sweets brand is famous for its Kintsuba (a Japanese sweets made of sweet red beans). The brand is established in 1891 in Osaka, and has been popul