Updated: October 04, 2019
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You've Got to Try the Ultra-Fancy Kushikatsu at 'Kushikatsu Bon'

Osaka City

Kushikatsu is a local Osaka specialty and is one of the foods that every visitor absolutely has to try while in the city. There are many famous kushikatsu restaurants in Osaka, but none quite so fancy as 'Kushikatsu Bon,' which serves a fantastic omakase kushikatsu course worth dreaming about!

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Why Go?

Kushikatsu Bon is one of the top kushikatsu restaurants in Japan. It's actually one of three restaurants opened by the same chef, but it's the only one to receive a Michelin star. Unlike typical kushikatsu which is considered to be a fairly inexpensive "B gourmet' food, the kushikatsu here is on a different level. The ingredients used are ultra-premium and good enough that they could be enjoyed raw, let alone made into exquisite kushikatsu. You'll love the super fresh crab, shrimp, and other seafood, as well as the luxurious A5 chateubriand wagyu.

Check out the video featuring the restaurant's sister shop in Paris to get an idea of what's in store:


Unlike a typical kushikatsu restaurant where skewers can be ordered one at a time, Kushikatsu Bon serves meals as an omakase course, meaning that all the decisions are left up to the expert chef who will serve the absolute best ingredients available that day. Courses start at around ¥14,000, which is quite more expensive than standard kushikatsu, but worth it because of the much higher quality ingredients served here.

Reservations / Access

This is one of the most highly-regarded kushikatsu restaurants in Japan, so it's important to make a reservation in advance if you plan to dine here.

The restaurant has a great location near Osaka and Umeda Stations, and can be accessed via a one-minute walk from the C-92 Exit of Nishi-Umeda Station, or 3 minutes from the F-92 Exit of Umeda Station.
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