Osaka The Kitchen of Japan

As you might have known Osaka is dubbed as the kitchen of Japan and today, eating as much as we did, I must agree. We started the day with breakfast in the hotel, then coffee at the Honolulu Coffee by the river in Dotonbori. We then had grilled crab legs, a bowl of ramen each before sharing the famous Luke’s lobster roll.

We then continued our gastronomical journey in The Grand Front Osaka, starting with delicious matcha drinks and cake and Nana’s Green Tea and then proper Japanese dinner at one of the restaurant there (I had raw egg yolk rice – so good).

On the way back to the hotel, I stopped at one of the Takoyaki stand called Kukuru and brought a box of fresh assorted Takoyaki back to the hotel which I am going to eat right after this.

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