Carefully selected regional flavors of Osaka
Steamed vegetables and side dishes using fresh vegetables, regional Osaka cuisine, Japanese and Western dishes made with choice ingredients are all delivered in a buffet style.
Select ingredients that were checked by the chef himself.
We check the vegetables ourselves, and only use and offer what can be consumed safely.
We hope to support guests spend their day in good health with various dishes that bring out the rich flavors of the select ingredients.
Chef Toshiharu Kanda
Japanese cuisine Anakura
Healthy Popeye Omelette, a staple menu for breakfast.
It is an original omelette recipe with spinach puree mixed with egg, cooked light and fluffy.
It is a popular dish that can be enjoyed even if it is cold.
Takoyaki is the symbol of Osaka.
Invented in 1935, it is an essential soul-food for Osaka’s food culture. Please relish this authentic taste.
※Offered menu changes daily
A local cuisine that originated in Osaka Sennichimae, Naniwa’s Nikusui is a special soup with beef.
The beef cooked soft and tender in the soup, is a must-try when visiting.
Osaka is the birthplace of mix juice with plenty of fruits. We offer homemade mix juice containing mandarin, pineapple, white peach, and yellow peach.
We provide healthy vegetable juice.
It is homemade with komatsuna (Japanese mustard spinach), grapefruit, banana, and domestic astragalus honey. Start your day right with the power of fresh vegetables.
We use organic Koshihikari rice from Tajima, Hyogo Prefecture.
As part of an initiative to cultivated an environment in which storks can live, the rice is raised without any use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers.
The farmers’ love and care is expressed in this delicious rice.
Our miso soup uses black soybean miso from Tanba.
Among black soybeans that are considered to be good for the body, this miso contains only the high quality black soy beans produced in Tanba.
Please enjoy the rich flavor and aroma that is unique to black soybeans.
We have prepared seasonings using domestic organic ingredients made with traditional methods that use no additives.
Try the specialty regional products such as “Kaneiwa soy sauce” (Wakayama) that has a mild taste, “Kuroshichimi” (Kyoto), and natural saltwater “Yuki Shio” from Miyako Island (Okinawa).
※Contents of the dishes as they appear in these images may vary depending on availability of ingredients and other factors.