Kuromon Ichiba Market

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Osaka's Kitchen

Osaka's Kitchen

When the best chef's in Osaka look for the finest ingredients, they go to Kuromon Ichiba Market. Just a two minute walk away from Nippombashi station, Kuromon Ichiba Market earned the nickname Osaka's Kitchen for having the freshest meats and produce around. While there are plenty of other stores lining the walls with various goods, a trip to Kuromon Ichiba is meant for enjoying the local flavors of Osaka. The air is filled with the delicious smell of fresh takoyaki, scallops, oden, okonomiyaki, kushiage and other popular Osaka dishes. Navigate up and down the market, trying only the best flavors Osaka has to offer. Be sure to try takoyaki, grilled octopus ball made of savory dough, octopus, and tempura flakes, a local specialty in Osaka. be sure to bring your wallet and appetites when visiting Kuromon Ichiba Market during your Japan tour and prepare for a feast of fantastic foods!

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Small ball shaped snacks made with flour, egg, and octopus

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Savory Japanese pancake consisting of batter made from flour, eggs, cabbage

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Deep-fried skewered dish in made with various meats, seafood, and vegetables.

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