Updated: October 08, 2019
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Michelin-Starred 'Yuno' Should be Top of Your List for Kaiseki in Osaka!

Yuno is one of the top kaiseki (traditional Japanese) restaurants in Osaka. The chef serves delicious food that incorporates local Osaka produce and presents his dishes in beautiful arrangements that are as beautiful as they taste! The restaurant has a Michelin star and is a superb option for those seeking a traditional and delicious Japanese meal in Osaka.

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Why Go?

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If you're a fan of food and fine dining (which presumably you are, since you're reading this article), you'll definitely appreciate the immense amount of care and dedication that the chef at Yuno puts into every detail of the dishes served at his restaurant. Yuno serves traditional Japanese kaiseki cuisine, highlighting Osaka's fresh vegetables in a series of beautifully arranged, delicious small dishes. The owner is particularly fond of fine pottery and glassware and has assembled quite an impressive collection of beautiful and unique dishes and vessels from around the country. Eating the beautifully prepared food in beautiful and unique dishes adds a layer to the experience that makes it even more special.

The restaurant currently holds a Michelin star, which is further proof of its excellent quality. It's an excellent choice for anyone in search of an outstanding traditional Japanese meal in Osaka.

Prices

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There's only one menu option at Yuno, which is the omakase course. It's about ¥15,000 and is well worth the price!

Reservations / Access

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As Yuno is a popular Michelin-starred restaurant, a reservation is necessary if you plan to visit. It's recommended to make the reservation about a month in advance, if possible, so try to plan ahead!

The restaurant is located just 2 minutes outside of Shinsaibashi in Osaka, so it's quite an easy location to access.
DeLong
I live in west Tokyo and spend most of my time thinking about food or going bouldering.

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