Searching for the best sukiyaki in Osaka? Your search is over. Kitamura has been open in the same location in Shinsaibashi since 1881 and is so delicious that it earned a Michelin star.
Kyoto is known for its sukiyaki that is made sweeter than in the rest of Japan. You should have this local specialty when in Tokyo. Here are some of the best addresses!
Sukiyaki, one of the popular Japanese cuisines is consisted of thin sliced beef cooked with lots of vegetables in a cast iron pan, and you dip ingredients into beaten raw egg before you eat. Interestingly, sukiyaki differs in Kanto (eastern part of Japan where Tokyo is located) and Kansai (western part of Japan where Osaka is) region. There are many restaurants that you can have delicious Kansai's sukiyaki experience in Osaka, so check the following places!