[MICHELIN GUIDE JAPAN] OSAKA Kita-ku BIb Gourmand 오사카편5



  • 1-20-2 Miyakojimakitadori, Miyakojima-ku, Osaka, 534-0014, Japan
  • 4,000 – 6,000 JPY • Izakaya
MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View

The owner-chef opened this restaurant out of a desire to broaden the appeal of sake, having trained in an izakaya run by a sake brewer. The menu consists mainly of seafood dishes that go well with sake. The chef is very fond of vegetables from Shōnai, so uses them, too. Popular is the ramen made with kombu dashi and sake lees, and the oden in winter. Enjoying mushikan (sake warmed by steaming) with your meal is the popular style here. The husband-wife team are warmly hospitable, and the drinks keep flowing.

  • Air conditioning
  • Booking essential
  • Cash only
    Counter dining
    Non-smoking restaurant
  • Notable sake list

+81 6-6929-8107

Naniwashusai Rojin

  • 2-1-37 Katamachi, Miyakojima-ku, Osaka, 534-0025, Japan
  • 6,000 – 9,000 JPY • Izakaya
MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View

Enjoy seasonal shuko and junmai-shu. With the omakase assortment, you can try small portions of various items, including fukinoto, burdock root and fish with miso paste, and so: a cheese made in Japan in ancient times. The tsukuri features fresh fish that comes directly from Oshima, Ehime, and goes well with homemade hijiki seaweed salt. Emphasis is placed on warmed sake, as it goes well with fermented foods like miso and soy sauce.

  • Air conditioning
  • Booking essential
  • Counter dining
  • Credit card / Debit card accepted
  • Mastercard credit card
  • Non-smoking restaurant
  • Notable sake list
  • Visa credit card

+81 70-4326-8145

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