Updated: September 11, 2019
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Tenmabashi Fujikawa: Outstanding, Must-Try Tempura in Osaka

Osaka City

Tenmabashi Fujikawa is a restaurant in Osaka's Temmabashi area that specializes in incredibly delicious tempura courses. The restaurant is a bit on the high end (it has a Michelin star), but is definitely worth visiting for anyone hoping to try some truly outstanding tempura!

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Why Go?

If you're interested in trying some incredibly delicious, crispy, light, high-end tempura in Osaka, Fujikawa is the first place you should consider! Chef Fujikawa is young, passionate, and talented, and serves an unbeatable omakase course of perfectly battered and fried seasonal ingredients served one piece at a time with other carefully created small dishes. The flavors of the ingredients made into tempura are exquisitely highlighted in a gastronomical masterpiece of a course.

Fujikawa's cooking was deemed delicious enough to earn a Michelin star, and you'll understand why once you experience a meal at his restaurant. In addition to excellent food, there is also an outstanding beverage menu of local sakes, champaign, and wines that will be recommended as pairings for the various dishes. Sit back and enjoy an exquisite meal that you won't soon forget!


The dinner course is available for ¥15,000, and includes several appetizers, a full tempura course, side dishes, and dessert. At lunchtime, a less-expensive course is available for just ¥6,000, which could be perfect if you're interested in trying the top-notch tempura without breaking the bank.

Reservations / Access

A reservation is required in order to dine at Fujikawa, as it is a small restaurant that is becoming quite well known. If you plan to visit, try to make a reservation as soon as possible.

The restaurant is located about 5 minutes away from Temmabashi Station, near the river. Look for the green building.
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