Osaka – Japan’s Kitchen
"From hotels to restaurants, from shopping to sightseeing, Osaka has got you covered. But do keep one thing in mind - food! Osaka is not referred as the Japanese "nation's kitchen" for no reason, so remember to enjoy all the local delicacies."
1-7-16, Nanba, Chuo District, Osaka, 542-0076.
Ajinoya is one of the better okonomiyaki (Japanese pancake) restaurants in Osaka. Well known for their sweet sauce and their soft take on okonomiyaki.
2-4-14 Yariyamachi Chuo District, Osaka 540-0027.
Fujiya 1935 has focused on the tiniest details ever since its opening back in 1935.
Shinsaibashi Suji Shopping Arcade
Nipponbashi ‘Den-Den Town’
Dotonbori Canal Shopping and Dining District
1-8-4, Nishi Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 542-0086
In Japanese, ‘hana' means ‘flower,' and the staff makes sure the hostel is fresh like a flower.
1-1-11 Taishi, Nishinari-ku, Osaka, Osaka 557-0002
After a fun-filled day in Osaka, you would rest at the Hotel Chuo Selene.