The 10 Best Izakaya You Must Visit in Shinsaibashi, Osaka

Travelling to Osaka must included walking around while eating all that is offered. There are many delicious foods special to this area such as takoyaki and okonomiyaki, as well as, kushi-katsu and oden. Today we will introduce the 10 best places to enjoy food and drink in a very populated area of Osaka, Shinsaibashi. Please use this as your guide when looking for an Izakaya in Shinsaibashi!


1. Tamaki

1. Tamaki
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From the small looking door of this Izakaya opens up a shop that is true to this area of Osaka. Here sides are served with the most chosen of alcoholic beverages.

You may think that the sides at Izakaya are the same everywhere. However, this is not the case and the sides here are all made with extreme care to perfection. There are also course menus that offer you the best cuisine of the season with Japanese sake so please do try!

■Information
Name: Tamaki
Address: Nippo Higashi Shinsaibashi bld. 1F 3-1-7Minamisenba Chuo-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Phone: +81-6-6121-2434
Access: 6 minute walk from Shinsaibashi Station

Map: Map to Tamaki

2. Wayoushusai Hide

2. Wayoushusai Hide
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This is a nearly hidden Izakaya only 5 minutes from Shinsaibashi Staion. Here the best ingredients are used and are served in both mild and spicy dishes to be enjoyed with Japanese sake.

The wooden décor of the shop gives it a laid back atmosphere. Here you can golden-eye red snapper among other types of sashimi as well as other dishes. There is also kushiyaki to be enjoyed with your Japanese sake.

If you want to enjoy in the quiet of an alley shop, this is the place to visit!

■Information
Name: Wayoshusai Hide
Address: 2-1-3 Shinsaibashisuji Chuo-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Access: 5 minute walk from Shinsaibashi Station

Map: Map to Wayoshusai Hide

3. Wadachi

3. Wadachi
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This is a shop popular with the locals. Here they focus on cuisine that uses the best of the season. Though the interior of the shop is not the most fancy, this is what truly gives it the laid back atmosphere.

You can chose from counter or table seats, as well as, private dining areas. This is the shop that is perfect for many different occasions.

You can enjoy sashimi, grilled fish, kushi-yaki and the other kinds of sides typically found in Japanese izakaya. Come to the shop that is highly recommended!

■Information
Name: Wadachi
Address: 1-16-16 Shinmachi Nishi-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Phone: +81-6-6578-3380
Hours:18:00~
Access: 4 minute walk from Yotsubashi Station

Map: Map to Wadachi

4. Sumiyaki Shoten Yo

4. Sumiyaki Shoten Yo
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Here you can enjoy true coal-grilled cuisine. The “Hokkin Pork” grilled to perfection is one of the most recommended items on the menu. You may also enjoy the rarer rockfish sashimi and fresh salads as well as other sides that go will with sake.

Tsukune dishes, abalone fry and other larger menu items are also available. If you want to taste the variety available in Shinsaibaishi, this may be the shop to visit!

■Information
Name: Sumiyaki Shoten Yo (Kita-horie main shop)
Address: Meruche Kita-horie 1F 2-16-14 Kitahorie Nishi-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Phone: +81-6-6534-6855
Hours:12:00~15:30 / 18:00~5:00 a.m.
Access: 5 minute walk from Nishi-obashi Station

Website: http://sumiyakiyo.com/
Map: Map to Sumiyaki Shoten Yo

5. Tobita

5. Tobita
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This is a shop that gives you the opportunity to enjoy Oyama Chicken that is native to the area. The natural environment of the shop is created with décor of materials like wood and stone.

Enjoy sashimi and other types of Oyama chicken here as well as other set menus. Also be sure to enjoy the variety of sake available here!

■Information
Name: Tobita (Shinmachi shop)
Address: 1-8-19 Shinmachi Nishi-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Phone: +81-6-6533-5250
Access: 3 minute walk from Yotsubashi Station

Map: Map to Tobita

 
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6. Ohisan

6. Ohisan
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This shop is well known for its grilled fish. Of course fresh sashimi is also on the menu but also other styles of prepared fish are available such a grilled or broiled.

If you prefer fish to meat, this is the izakaya for you. There is also plenty of types of sake available to enjoy with the delicious fish found here!

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■Information
Name: Ohisan
Address: Tokan Mansion 105 3-8-12 Shinmachi Nishi-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Phone: +81-6-6543-0231
Access: 6 minute walk from Nishi-nagabori Station

Map: Map to Ohisan

7. Iberiko-ya

7. Iberiko-ya
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This is the first shop in Japan to sell Iberiko pork. So of course Iberiko pork is the item you must be sure to try!

Of course the prosciutto here is delicious and the salt taken from an ancient lake in Spain just adds to the wonderful flavor. The vegetables served with the pork are the perfect accent. Discover the flavor served here and be pleasantly surprised!

■Information
Name: Iberiko-ya (Shinsaibashi shop)
Address: Nippo Core Kinuyamachi 1F 2-8-9 Higashi-hinsaibashi Chuo-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Phone: +81-6-6484-0016
Access: 5 minute walk from Shinsaibashi Station

Website: http://www.iberico-ya.com/
Map: Map to Iberiko-ya

8. Izakaya Umenoyu

8. Izakaya Umenoyu
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Here you can enjoy horse sashimi as well as horse yukhoe with you favorite beverage. The retro felling put off by this Showa-era shop will bring to you a feeling of nostalgia.

There is also yakisoba and other delicious menu items. If you are looking to enjoy a unique izakaya in Shinsaibashi, this just might be the place to come!

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■Information
Name: Izakaya Umenoyu
Address: 1-13-10 Higashi-shisaibashi Chuo-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Phone: +81-6-6252-3233
Access: 4 minute walk from Shinsaibashi Station

Map: Map to Izakaya Umenoyu

9. Niku Bar MUU

9. Niku Bar MUU
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This is the izakaya that will serve you great meat sent straight from the wholesale market. This is why the meat is so fresh and delicious. It is sure to bring a smile to your face.

The Japanese sirloin steak served here is absolutely fabulous and the juiciness with spread in your mouth. Not just the meat but also the alcohol is wonderful here. Wine is one drink that goes especially well with the meat served here.

This is a great group whether you choose to visit as a group or on your own.

■Information
Name: Miku Bar MUU
Address: Osakaya Eel Street 1F 1-13-23 Higashi-shinsaibashi Chuo-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Phone: +81-6-6282-0202
Hours:17:00~5:00 a.m.
Access: 3 minute walk from Shinsaibashi Station

Map: Map to Miku Bar MUU

10. Hinata

10. Hinata
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This is a well known izakaya of Shinsaibashi. Here there are many types of Japanese sake available and the standard sides menu is also served.

There are several rarer varieties of Japanese sake here so those who very much enjoy sake will want to visit. There is a traditional Japanese curtained entrance and that will contribute to the luxury feeling your visit may have.

Why not enjoy trying different Japanese sake here? Here you can relax and enjoy!

■Information
Name: Hinata
Address: Nippo Higashi Shinsaibashi bld. 1F 3-9-6 Minamisenba Chuo-ku Osaka City Osaka Prefecture
Phone: +81-6-4708-7488
Access: 3 minute walk from Shinsaibashi Station

Map: Map to Hinata

Come Enjoy the Izakaya of Shinsaibashi!

In the very populated area of Shinsaibashi there are many places to enjoy delicious sake. Here we introduced you to only 10 of these shops. When you visit the Osaka, Kansai area, be sure to walk around the Shinsaibashi area and find the shop that is perfect for you!




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