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Osaka's BEST Restaurants Serving Kobe Beef & Wagyu (Teppanyaki and Yakiniku)

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Reservation links included! Looking for teppanyaki or Yakiniku restaurants in Osaka? Here are some of the best. At the restaurants on this list, you will be able to taste premium wagyu including the legendary Kobe Beef! Enjoy.

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15 Cuts of Kobe Beef in One Course: Umeda Ohatsutenjin

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You can't leave the Kansai area without eating Kobe beef! And if you're searching for the perfect place to eat Kobe beef in Osaka, this is it. Umeda Ohatsutenjin Otonano Kobe-Gyu Yakiniku offers a luxurious Kobe beef course featuring an exhaustive array of top-grade Kobe beef cuts that you can grill yakiniku-style at your table.
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The incredible Kobe Beef Course
This is the end-all Kobe beef course. In total, there are 15 different cuts of meat to try, each with a different flavor, texture, umami, and mouthfeel. The restaurant uses the same Kobe beef used at Michelin starred restaurants in the area, so the quality is extremely high. After enjoying this course, you can feel confident that you've truly experienced outstanding Kobe beef, prepared in a variety of ways.

Kobe Beef Specialty Restaurant: Misono

Misono is a teppanyaki restaurant that originated in Kobe. The restaurant, as you therefore might have guessed, specializes in Kobe beef. The Osaka branch is located 1 minute away from Kita-Shinchi Station. You can also walk for 5 minutes from Umeda station or 8 minutes from Osaka station.
The chef at Misono will cook the A4/A5 rank Kobe Beef right in front of you on the teppan, filling the air with the irresistible scent of tender Kobe beef. They also have seafood, such as abalone and lobsters, that also taste great! The average price for lunch is a reasonable ¥3,000, but dinner averages closer to ¥14,000. That's a bit expensive, but if you want to try some delicious Kobe beef, it will all be worth it.

Compare Kobe Beef With Other Wagyu: Rio

Rio is another teppanyaki restaurant that offers Kobe Beef in several outstanding courses. If you have a group of 8~14 people, you can reserve the private room for an extra-special experience. Your own personal chef will be in charge of cooking everything for your table, providing a meal that you won't soon forget!
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Rio has many courses with a starting price of ¥8,500. The course we reccomend trying is the Kobe beef and Wagyu comparison course, which gives you the chance to see what makes Kobe Beef so special, and lets you try some outstanding wagyu from other parts of the country. They also have anniversary courses that come with sparkling wine for a toast and a cake for dessert.

The restaurant is located 3 minutes away from Osaka station.

Fancy and extensive course: Kiryu

https://www.granvia-osaka.jp/restaurant/kr/
Kiryu is a swanky teppanyaki restaurant located inside Hotel Granvia Osaka, which is only a 1-minute walk from Osaka station. You can enjoy an exquisite teppanyaki-style meal here, whether or not you are staying at the hotel. English speaking staff are also on hand for visitors, so you won't have to worry about anything getting lost in translation.
https://www.granvia-osaka.jp/restaurant/kr
The lunch course price ranges from ¥4,800 to ¥10,800, depending on the rank of beef that you choose (go for A5 if you can afford it!). Dinner is the same, but the price range is from ¥15,000 to ¥18,000. Every single course comes with 8 appetizer dishes, soup, beef, grilled vegetables, salad, rice, and dessert. You will definitely be satisfied with this full course.

Teppanyaki With a View of Osaka: Kamon

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Kamon is a teppanyaki restaurant located inside the Imperial Hotel (Teikoku Hotel), which is a 5 minute walk from Sakuranomiya station. However, they also have free shuttle buses from Osaka station, making it easy to access without bothering with the subway. The restaurant is located on the 24th floor, so you can enjoy a spectacular view of Osaka while enjoying the meal.
Kamon may be one of the most expensive teppanyaki restaurants in Osaka, but if you want the best, this restaurant is the place to go. The dishes are not only mouth-wateringly delicious but beautifully laid out on each plate. We recommend choosing the garlic rice at the end of the course, which the chef will prepare on the teppan right in front of you! Yum!

Reasonable Kobe Beef in Dotonbori: Wanomiya

Wanomiya is a teppanyaki restaurant located 4 minutes away from Nanba station. It is in the Dotonbori area, so it is a perfect place to go after a day of touring around the area. The chef here selects and buys an entire cow just for his restaurant, meaning that he can serve really good beef for a reasonable price. All the seats in Wanomiya are counter seats and all customers are able to enjoy the live performance by the chef.
This restaurant has a focus on quality meat, and the appetizers, steak, and beef stew all use high-quality Kobe Beef. The cheapest course is ¥7,500, which might seem high, but is actually a very reasonable price for a Kobe Beef teppanyaki course. If you are on a budget but want to enjoy Kobe Beef, Wanomiya is the place to go!

Lastly...

This article introduced 5 of the best teppanyaki restaurants in Osaka. Many of the restaurants that were introduced serve Kobe Beef, which is probably the most well-known and famous Wagyu Beef. If you want to try Kobe Beef in a teppanyaki-style, try out these restaurants in Osaka!

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