Updated: November 06, 2018
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For Meat Lovers! 5 Recommended Places to Try Yakiniku in Osaka

Osaka City

Yakiniku is a Japanese barbecue where we cook tons of meat with a grill. It is such a satisfying experience and you will get the best feeling ever. Osaka has several places where they offer top-notch beef at a very reasonable price, so check the following places!

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Matsusakagyu Yakiniku M (松阪牛焼肉 M 法善寺横丁店)

This place is located in the heart of Hozenji Yokocho, just a 5 minute walk from Namba station. Here you should try their Matsusakagyu (Matsuzaka beef, one of the popular and expensive Japanese beefs)! They also serve ramen and bowls using Matsusakagyu, which is also worth trying. Their price is reasonable too, people generally spend ¥3,000~4,000 for lunch and ¥6,000~8,000 for dinner.

Aburiya (あぶりや)

Aburiya offers all-you-can-eat Yakiniku!! The meat they serve is professionally selected and sliced by the chefs. Vegetables are locally produced, aiming to provide healthy and fresh vegetables. They have a system where they have to ask you if you are allergic to anything or else they cannot take an order. Very trustworthy restaurant's yakiniku is available at ¥3,480 which is super reasonable!
Just a 7 minute walk from Higashi Umeda station.

Yakiniku DON-DON (焼肉どんどん)

If you are interested in having a cozy yakiniku experience with warm atmosphere, you should definitely give it a try. Usually people go to yakiniku restaurants with group of friends, but this place has counter seats where you can enjoy it by yourself!

Their negi-tan (beef tongue with green onion on top) is a must-try. People generally spend around ¥3,000~5,000. Just a 2 minute walk from Kitashinchi station, or a 10 minute walk from Umeda station (Subway Mido-suji Line).

Manryou (万両 南森町店)

Just a 3 minute walk from Minami-morimachi station, this place offers the exclusive yakiniku experience. You should definitely try their "maboroshi no karubi" meaning a phantom boneless short rib which is only available at this branch. Since it is so popular, making reservations beforehand is recommended. With the quality of meat they serve, you might think that the price must be high, but it's actually not expensive at all! People generally spend ¥4,000~5,000, which is super reasonable for yakiniku!

Nikusho Okamoto (肉匠 おか元)

This place serves top-notch Tokachi-wagyu, Japanese beef produced in Tokachi, Hokkaido! Just a few minute walk from Namba station, if you are looking for a special yakiniku experience with luxury meat at a reasonable price, you should definitely stop by. People generally spend ¥8,000~10,000.

Lastly...

Yakiniku is a popular dish nationwide, and Osaka has lots of places that offer good quality beef at a reasonable price. If you feel like eating meat, why not try the restaurants mentioned above? I can promise you that you will have the best yakiniku experience.

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