Osaka is well known for its neon lights and nightlife but it also has enough delicious delicacies to well and truly earn its nickname as “Japan’s Kitchen”.
Whether you’re making a quick stopover on your way to Kyoto or spending a while in this friendly city, one of the top things to do on your list should be eating. Now, that’s pretty much top of my list wherever I go, but I promise that in Osaka it is a worthy goal. While it may not be as big as Tokyo or as refined as Kyoto, this city has a gourmet reputation all of its own. Here, you can feast on the food enjoyed by locals: Takoyaki, okonomiyaki and kushikatsu are some of the more well-known dishes. There’s also traditional pressed sushi, ridiculously
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