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Mitsuwa Shokudo in Kizu Market Place

Mitsuwa Shokudo in Kizu Market Place

This shop's nikumaki (seasoned meat wrapped in cooked egg) was also delicious!

For today’s lunch I went to “Mitsuwa Shokudo” , an eating place in Kizu Market Place.
Speaking of nikumaki at Kizu Market Place, the ones at my favorite “Yamato” is famous, but what do you know, this shop is located right next to “Yamato”.
Ever since I saw that the shop’s doorway curtain had “nikumaki” written on it, I couldn’t stop thinking about it.
The shape and size are very similar to the nikumaki at “Yamato”, but the color of the dashi is a little lighter than “Yamato”, and seems milder.



When you break into it, a generous amount of beef comes out, but the amount of meat might be a little less than “Yamato”.

I ate the meat first but it was well saturated with the mild dashi and it was very delicious.


While the dashi at “Yamato” has a rich and strong flavor, this one has a sweetness to it and tastes very mild.
I think people who find the dashi at “Yamato” too strong will love this taste!

Of course it’s also very good eaten together with rice!



They also have a lot of separate dishes and I also had the “hiyayakko”. It was large and full of impact!



I had “Specialty Nikumaki” (750 yen), “Rice (medium)” (200 yen), “Gyokuaka” (250 yen), “Hiyayakko” (price unknown), and somehow the total was 1200 yen.
Over all I think it’s a very reasonable price.



The many menu items are probably all very delicious.
There were also many sashimi and other side dishes prepared inside a glass case.


I think the mild flavors and relaxing atmosphere is the oasis for people working at the market. (^^


store Mitsuwa Shokudo
tel 06-6632-6490
address Kizu Market, 2-2-8, Shikitsuhigashi, Naniwa-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka
Google Map
transport 216m from Daikokucho Station
opening hours 5:00~13:30
holiday Sunday, National holiday and The holiday of Kizu Market (Irregularly Wednesday)
Original(Written in Japanese)



Trying out foods for 20 years. In pursuit of "good value", "bargain price", and "make you happy" lunch, has tried about 10,000 shops. Opened a blog, "M's lunch", in May 2005. On average the blog gets 70,000 daily views. Published "M's lunch: Kansai's BEST 100" by Kodansha in 2009. With the theme of "The charismatic blogger speaks: What do trending shops have in common?", has lectured many times at the local chamber of commerce. Regularly appears in Kansai TV's program "Yo-i Don!", and presents "Good Value Lunch".