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Enjoy a vegetable-filled hotpot dish in this old Japanese traditional home with over 100 years of history!  “Eiraku Bekkan” in Kishiwada City

Enjoy a vegetable-filled hotpot dish in this old Japanese traditional home with over 100 years of history! “Eiraku Bekkan” in Kishiwada City

You can enjoy delicious Japanese cuisine in this old Japanese traditional home with over 100 years of history behind it!

The restaurant I’d like to recommend to you is “Eiraku Bekkan” in Kishiwada City, Osaka.
This shop is located 30 minutes by train from Nanba Station, but it’s a place worth taking the time to go to.

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This is a shop built by restoring an old Japanese traditional home which has over 100 years of history behind it.
The first place that would come to mind at the mention of an old Japanese traditional home would probably be Kyoto, but there are also some wonderful old homes located in Osaka.

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What I’d like you to taste in this restaurant is their specialty dish, the “Ha-nabe”.

“Ha-nabe” is a hotpot dish with a lot of vegetable ingredients, and so, is very popular among female customers.
It is a custom of sorts for Japanese people to eat hotpot dishes come fall and winter to warm themselves up. Do warm yourself up by eating a hotpot dish yourself.

This restaurant also offers many other delicious dishes.

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Come and spend some special time enjoying the view of a beautiful garden while eating delicious dishes in the wonderful classic atmosphere of this restaurant!

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Do come and try paying “Eiraku Bekkan” a visit!

Information

store Eiraku Bekkan
tel 072-432-3000
address 1-3-3, Nodacho, Kishiwada-shi, Osaka
Google Map
transport 117m from Kishiwada Station
opening hours 11:30~14:00 , 17:30~22:00
holiday Sunday
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Original(Written in Japanese)

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Kanmi
Kanmi

A housewife who, more than shopping or anything, loves to try out foods. Especially likes "local foods", vegetables and delicacies. Drinks shochu on the rocks, and likes dry sake and full-bodied wine. Has many food-related qualifications such as: Vegetable Sommelier, Food Analyst, Food Life Advisor, Cooking Certificate, Japan Chopsticks Education Instructor, Oyster Meister.

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