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Street food in Osaka
Osaka abounds with culinary specialties. The third largest city in Japan has an overwhelming appetite that makes it a true street food capital, ideal for cheap meals!
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Like rice, noodles are a staple of the Japanese diet. They are often served in soup, fried, or eaten cold with a dipping sauce.
Breakfast in Japan: between tradition and new trends
Whether taken with the family or alone, on the go or at a restaurant, breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Takoyaki: A Specialty of Osaka
Osaka is known for its many delicious dishes and street foods, the most famous undoubtedly being takoyaki! This is a must-try dish when you visit Japan.
Karaage, Japanese fried chicken
Karaage (fried chicken) is one of the great classic Japanese dishes which is very popular. You will find this dish on menus in an izakaya or for sale in a konbini.
Okonomiyaki: A Japanese Omelet
A cross between an omelet and a pancake, cooked with numerous ingredients and drizzled with a thick, savoury sauce. Okonomiyaki is a typical treat of Osaka, Hiroshima and Tokyo.
Wagashi, traditional Japanese sweets
The term wagashi refers to traditional Japanese sweets. Usually small, the size of just a few mouthfuls, they come in many shapes, textures and using various ingredients.
The Art of Sashimi
As simple as it can appear to the naked eye, sashimi is a true culinary art.
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