Updated: October 07, 2019
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Kappo Iwaki: Unforgettable Traditional Japanese Kaiseki in Osaka

Osaka City

Kappo Iwaki is a truly outstanding Michelin-starred restaurant in Osaka's Kitashinchi, near Osaka and Umeda Station. The food here is traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine, the highest form of Japanese cooking. Anyone looking for a memorable and delicious meal that features the best of the season's ingredients should give the omakase course at Kappo Iwaki a try!

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Why Go?

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Kappo Iwaki is a classy, polished restaurant near Osaka's Kitashichi Station that serves some truly exceptional kaiseki cuisine to those lucky enough to find out about it. The food is served in omakase courses that include beautifully-arranged dishes made from whatever is freshest and best on that day.
The main dining room is an 8-seat counter that is usually filled with Osaka locals who know where to come for a great meal. The atmosphere is calm and relaxing, allowing guests to enjoy their meals without distraction. In addition to the excellent food, the selection of drinks including a delightful menu of sake is worth pursuing. Choose Kappo Iwaki for a fabulous, local meal that will not disappoint.

Prices

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Everyone who dines at Kappo Iwaki can choose from one of two omakase courses, priced at ¥11,000 and ¥16,000, respectively. You won't be disappointed with either course, both of which feature outstanding dishes made from the very best seasonal ingredients.

Reservations / Access

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Kappo Iwaki is quite small (only 8 counter seats), so it's a good idea to make a reservation beforehand if you plan to dine there. Saturday is open by reservation only. Note that children under the age of 12 are not permitted in the restaurant, so make a different plan if you're traveling with small children.

The restaurant has a convenient location near Umeda and Osaka Stations. You can access it via a quick walk from Kitashinchi Station.

*Also note that photography is not allowed in the restaurant.
DeLong
I live in west Tokyo and spend most of my time thinking about food or going bouldering.

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