yakiniku osaka Hi,I’m Keiko from Osaka!

There are lots of yakiniku restaurants in Osaka.

It’s Korean food in origin, and Korean living in Osaka set the yakiniku trend.

I have been to many yakiniku restaurants in Osaka.There are variety of yakiniku restaurants like all you can eat or fancy restrants.

I would like to introduce 5 best yakiniku restaurants in Osaka.

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Local tellsTop 5 best yakiniku restaurants in Osaka!

1.Matsuzakagyu Yakiniku M Hozenji -Yokocho-Osaka/松阪牛焼肉 M

Yakiniku M This restaurant offers you Matsuzakagyu which is one of the major Wagyu( Japanese beef) in Japan. This beef is very tender. It melts in your mouth when you eat it.

I love yakiniku here. I often recommend my foreign freinds, and they always told me it is so nice!!!

Reservations are must before you go to this restaurant!

Address: 1-1-10 Namba, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Location: 5 minutes from Subway Namba station
Phone: 06-6211-2917
Open Hour: Mon-Fri 17:00~24:00(L.O.23:00)/ Sat-Sun and Holidays 12:00~15:00
Closed: –
Price:Lunch~1000 yen Dinner,4000~5000 yen
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2.Tajimaya E-ma/但馬屋 E-ma

Tajimaya This restaurant age their meat for 50 hours.

That is why the beef is so tender. You can eat your dishes in luxury private room.

Dinner is a little expensive here. I recommend you to go here during lunch time. You can eat good beef with reasonable price during lunch time.

Address: E-ma 5F, 1-12-6 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka |
Location:5 minutes from JR Osaka station
Phone: 06-6640-1129
Open Hour: Mon-Fri Sat-Sun and Holidays 11:00~15:00(L.O.14:00)/ 17:00-23:00(L.O22:00)
Closed: –
Price:Lunch,1000 ~2000 yen,Dinner, 8000~10000 yen
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3.Manryo -Minamimorimachi/万両 南森町店

Manryo This restaurant was introduced by TV many times. They serve you very high quality beef at a reasonable price. Most of the beef cost less than 1000 yen.

Its a very popular restaurant where there is always a long line. Therefore I recommend you to make a reservation before you go.

Address: Royal Heights 1F, 1-2-14 Minamimorimachi, Kita-ku, Osaka
Location: 3 minutes from Subway Tanimachi line Minamimorimachi station
Phone: 06-6361-1371
Open Hour: Mon-Fri 17:00~1:00(L.O.24:30),Sat-Sun and Holidays 17:00~24:00(L.O.23:45)
Closed: from 31th Dec. to 3rd of January
Price:4000~5000 yen
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4.Eekatei Umeda Higashi-dori/榮華亭 梅田東通り店

Eekatei Eekatei is famous with all you can eat Korean barbecue style.

Most all-you-can-eat yakiniku restaurant offers not high quality beef,but this restaurant provide good quality beef.

You will be happy to have a good quality yakiniku at a reasonable price.

Address:10-4 Doyama-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka
Location:5 minutes walk from Subway Tanimachi line Higashi-Umeda station,8 minutes walk from Hankyu Umeda staion,
Phone: 06-6314-4129
Open Hour: Mon-Sat 17:00~5:00(L.O.4:00)/Sun,Holidays 17:00~24:00 (L.O.23:30)
Closed:-
Price:2,800 yen~
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5.Nikushou Okamoto/肉匠 おか元

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This is one of my favorite yakiniku restaurant because it offers a varaety sauce to eat.

I especially like to eat yakiniku with salt.

You can enjoy the original taste of yakiniku when you eat it with salt.

Address: 2-7-9 Nishi-shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka
Location: 3 minutes from Subway midosuji line Namba Exit 25
Phone: 06-6211-9029
Open Hour: 17:30~23:00
Closed: Mondays
Price:5,000~10,000yen
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These are the really good yakiniku restaurants in Osaka.

Some of the restaurants have private room so you can feel yourself at home.

If you have a chance to come to Osaka, do try yakiniku restaurant I recommend!

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