Takimikoji, Osaka - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1 Chome-1-88 Oyodonaka, Kita Ward, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture 531-0076, Japan
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Takimikoji, Osaka
This alley is one of Osaka's hidden gems. For one, it has been made to look like it was still in the early Showa period - the 1920s. Stepping in here is like stepping through time. Charming enough in the day, it is positively enchanting at night when the gentle yellow light from the lanterns light up the street. And in this atmosphere will only tempt you to check out all the curious little shops, especially the restaurants. The eateries here serve classic Japanese dishes - sushi, ramen, udon - exquisitely prepared. The alley is located just behind the Umeda Sky Building.
Takimikoji Opening and Closing Hours
- The stores keep their own hours, usually from 10am-11pm
How To reach Takimikoji by Public Transport
- Midosuji Line stop Umeda Station
- Tanimachi Line stop Higashi-Umeda Station
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Takimikoji, Osaka Reviews
Wonderful dining alleys with many tasty Japanese food options. Their lunch time will be packed so need to go early or else have to queue. Also the ambience is Good as its like in the early modern Japanese period. Every restaurants in the basement have a good standard of quality and affordable prices too. A sure must visit place.
the best okonomiyaki place great food and service definitely will go back
The food and atmosphere was fantastic. Best okonomiyaki I've had
There is a sushi shop in 滝見小路，is a very traditional sushi shop, they serve the Unagi Don (eel rice bowl) 鰻魚丼 is excellent, I have not had this good Unagi Don before.
Once you enter down the stairs it's the first restaurant immediately in front of you. The sliding door entrance is on the left just inside the hallway. No line at late 1:30ish as we came after the lunch rush. Though a line started to form as we finished. No English menu but the chefs and staff explained all the options and pointed to their respective cartoon pictures (ex: meat, squid, noodles). Food was fantastic and stayed hot and warm as it stayed on the cooking grill. With the sweet brown sauce, it was like eating a huge protien stuffed takoyaki pancake and the batter is thoroughly cooked all around. Service was amazing and extremely welcoming as well. As we left our chef noticed our almost empty water bottle and filled it up full so we stayed hydrated during the hot Osaka summer weather! Wow! Next time I'm trying this again, but with more bacon and noodles :d