Okonomiyaki is definitely a staple of Japanese cuisine and travelers really love trying it. If you've never had it, Japanese people tend to have a hard time explaining what it is; they call it a "Japanese pizza". But it's more of a mix between a pancake and an omelette, stuffed with all the ingredients you like. Hence the name お好み焼き "Okonomiyaki": cook what you like.
While you are in Osaka, there is a dish you MUST try, it is "okonomiyaki" also known as Japanese pancake. Out of the thousands of okonomiyaki restaurants in Osaka, "Okonomiyaki Chitose" is one of the most popular restaurants with both locals and foreign visitors. Just give it a try, and you will have an amazing, authentic okonomiyaki experience in Osaka!
Summer is here! In Japan, they have summer festivals in many places and the people love to go there wearing yukata (Japanese traditional clothes). They have A LOT of food stalls everywhere at the festivals, offering a variety of food and snacks to eat while watching fireworks.
Okonomiyaki is known as Osaka and Hiroshima's soul food. Wondering where to try delicious Okonomiyaki in Shinjuku, Tokyo? There are so many options, so check the following places!
Okonomiyaki, aka Japanese pizza, is a popular Japanese cuisine, and it's an iconic cuisine in Osaka and Hiroshima. Fugetsu is a chain originated from Osaka, and they offer so many delicious options not just okonomiyaki. Check out this article for more information on Fugetsu.
Akihabara is a unique place for its amazing concentration of video game stores, idol goods, gadgets stores, and many more things of the otaku culture. You may find yourself spending hours exploring the area. But where should you go to eat? If you have a craving for okonomiyaki, a type of Japanese savory pancake, here is where you should go! Many of the restaurants are across the bridge of the Kanda River to the south of Akihabara Station.
When you travel to Hiroshima, a must-try food is the local okonomiyaki. Although okonomiyaki restaurants are found everywhere in Japan, Hiroshima has its own local style that uses noodles and layers the ingredients. What's more Hiroshima has a place called Okonomi Mura (village) in which all the shops sell Okonomiyaki! Read on to learn more about this okonmiyaki paradise!
Chances are you've already know of Osaka's popular dish Okonomiyaki, but have you ever heard of Monjayaki? Monjayaki is Tokyo's version of the famous Osakan dish. Fried on a hot grill at your table, you use tiny little spatulas to eat this cheese-like pancake batter! Asakusa has plenty of options to try it too!
Okonomiyaki Sometaro is the place for you to go to have some of the best okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancake) served in an authentic setting. This is not just about dining, it's a unique cultural experience!