A good spot to sample okonomiyaki
(literally ‘cook what you like’; often called Japanese pancake), one of Osaka’s most
popular dishes. Chibō’s modan yaki (a kind of
okonomiyaki ) is a good bet at ¥950.
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An Osaka landmark that serves
udon noodles and a variety of hearty
nabe (iron pot) dishes for reasonable prices,
including a tempura udon (¥1100). Look for the
semirustic façade and the food models about 10m north of the
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The place to go when you’ve worked up the nerve to try
fugu (Japanese pufferfish). Look for the giant
fugu hanging out the front.
Read more about Zuboraya