Meijiken, Osaka

Meijiken is a Western Japanese restaurant located in Shinsaibashi. This restaurant serves omu rice (omelet rice), cutlets, curry rice, soups, and steak. There are English menus available but it does not consist all the dishes that are on the Japanese menu, and they do not accept credit card. When we were there, there was a … Continue reading Meijiken, Osaka

Wired Cafe, Osaka

  The Wired Cafe is located on the 7F of the Lucua mall at Osaka station. It is a vibrant, cozy, and work-friendly cafe, also a perfect place to chill and hang out. There are power sockets and free WIFI available. There is also an outdoor smoking dining area which overlooks the inside of the station. The … Continue reading Wired Cafe, Osaka

Marufuku coffee (Sennichimae branch), Osaka

Marufuku coffee is one the oldest coffee shops in Osaka. I found this place by chance. I was getting some groceries the night before at life foods market near Namba walk. Before heading over to the cashier, I stopped by the pudding section to pick up some pudding. A particular one stood out - Marufuku coffee … Continue reading Marufuku coffee (Sennichimae branch), Osaka

Fukiageya (Oyakodon), Osaka station

My sister and I had lunch at the Fukiageya restaurant.  Fukiageya is located on the 12th floor of the Hankyu Umeda Main Store at the Osaka station. This restaurant serves various Oyakodon (chicken and egg rice bowl) with high quality locally bred chicken. It was stated on the menu what type of chicken they use and where … Continue reading Fukiageya (Oyakodon), Osaka station

Tsuruhashi Koreatown, Osaka

Tsuruhashi Koreatown in Osaka is the largest Koreatown in Japan. You can pretty much find anything Korean there. It was not part of my itinerary to visit this place because there are many Korean shops and restaurants in the city where I currently work (Beijing) due to the large population of Koreans working and residing … Continue reading Tsuruhashi Koreatown, Osaka