Updated: September 04, 2019
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Refined, Beautiful, and Delicious Kaiseki Cooking in Osaka at 'Terada'

Osaka City

Osaka's a big city filled with awesome food. Much of the best food that the city has to offer is delicious, but a bit less refined. 'Terada,' a Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant is different, however, offering both delicious food and refinement. If you're seeking a traditional and delicious meal in Osaka, this is one place you definitely want to consider.

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Why Go?

If you're in the mood for traditional Japanese fine dining in Osaka, Terada is an excellent choice. The cozy restaurant features just a counter and a private dining room, offering guests a personal and intimate dining experience. The chef is fairly young, yet has quite a tremendous amount of skill when it comes to traditional kaiseki cooking, blending in his own ideas where appropriate. All of the little details are in place, and the beauty of each dish is quite impressive, as is the freshness and quality of the ingredients chosen.

In addition to outstanding cooking, Terada also offers a wonderful selection of drinks including a carefully curated collection of Japanese sake and shochu, which can be paired with the food to create an outstanding gastronomical experience. If you're a fan of Japanese cooking and Japanese alcohol, a meal at Terada is sure to put a smile on your face.


The chef's featured course at Terada is ¥15,000 per person, and this is definitely the recommended thing to order. Other courses are also available for ¥10,000, ¥7,000, and ¥3,800 (at lunchtime only).

Reservations / Access

Reservations are required at Terada, and can be made either for lunch or dinner. You'll need to decide which course you'll be having at the time you make the reservation, so be prepared. See the link below if you need assistance making a reservation.

Terada is located just one minute away from JR Tamatsukuri Station, not too far from Osaka castle.
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