The area around Taisho Station is called “Little Okinawa” since there are so many Okinawan food shops around.
Suddenly from out of nowhere, you can hear Okinawan folk songs and see Blue Seal Ice Cream, which was born in America, but brought up in Okinawa.
Many shops catch the eye of Okinawa lovers like me!
I have come to a well-established sushi shop that is located beneath the overhead structure of Taisho Station on the Osakakanjo Line.
The exterior of the place has a bit of a daunting feel to it, but once you enter, you are warmly greeted by a veteran chef and an at-home feel, making it a comfortable place for even first-timers.
The first floor has both counter seating and table seating. It even has a second floor, making it a spacious and comfortable shop.
*Tamana Set 1650 Yen
You will be completely satisfied with the varied contents prepared by a skillful chef!!!
*Japanese Omelet 530 Yen
*Taro Bud 630 Yen
*Cold Tofu 370 Yen
|address||1-8-9, Sangenyahigashi, Taisho-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka Google Map|
|transport||29m from Taisho Station|