Deep Fried Skewer Specialty Restaurant: Ageha

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Ageha is a restaurant that specializes in kushi-katsu (deep fried skewers) brought to you by the sommelier owner. Here you can taste all kinds of seasonal specialties such as yellowtail, oysters, and meat sauce Brussels sprouts in winter. Ageha focuses on bringing out the best flavor from quality ingredients and carefully selects its vegetables from organic farms. The owner can recommend specific wines for your selection of kushi-katsu so you can enjoy the perfect pairing of flavors for your meal. Ageha is also open for lunch offering light meals from 1,000 yen.

Address
8F Namba Dining Maison, 5-1-18 Namba, Chuo, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Contact No.
+81-6-6643-5812
Access
1-minute walk from the Namba Station on the Midousuji Line on the subway.
1-minute walk from the Namba Station on the Nankai Honsen main line.
3-minute walk from the Osaka Namba Station on the Kintetsu Namba Line.3-minute walk from the Osaka Namba Station on the Hanshin Namba Line.
Opening Hours / Holidays
11:00 – 23:00
Open all year round
Official Website
http://yamatogushi.com/
Time Required
60 minutes
Other Information
Average budget (1 person): Lunch 1,000-2,000 yen, dinner 3,000-4,000 yenMenu: Shunsai course 3,000 yen, Kuromon course (lunch) 1,000 yenCredit cards accepted

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Elegant kushi-katsu as light as the ageha butterfly itself

“Ageha” is named after the ageha butterfly for the light and gentle taste and texture of its deep fried skewers. Each high quality skewer is carefully made without being too oily and comes with its own matching sauce or salt.

Source:食べログ

Popular seasonal vegetable skewers in the “shunsai course”

The “shunsai course” (3,000 yen) includes 12 sticks that come with skewers like the classic wagyu (Japanese beef), the popular kuruma-ebi (Japanese tiger prawn), and other seasonal delights. You can eat as much salad as you like whose ingredients are all domestic and organic. This course also comes with ice cream for dessert after your meal and is sure to leave you satisfied.

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Enjoy pairing your kushi-katsu with wine

At Ageha, you also have the rare opportunity of utilizing the sommelier owner who can recommend expert pairings of carefully selected kushi-katsu skewers and wine. Over 20 different kinds of wine are regularly available including specialties depending on the season. Don’t be afraid to ask which wine would go best with your favorite skewers.

Source:食べログ

Deep Fried Skewer Specialty Restaurant: Ageha

Ageha is a restaurant that specializes in kushi-katsu (deep fried skewers) brought to you by the sommelier owner. Here you can taste all kinds of seasonal specialties such as yellowtail, oysters, and meat sauce Brussels sprouts in winter. Ageha focuses on bringing out the best flavor from quality ingredients and carefully selects its vegetables from organic farms. The owner can recommend specific wines for your selection of kushi-katsu so you can enjoy the perfect pairing of flavors for your meal. Ageha is also open for lunch offering light meals from 1,000 yen.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Source:食べログ

Elegant kushi-katsu as light as the ageha butterfly itself

“Ageha” is named after the ageha butterfly for the light and gentle taste and texture of its deep fried skewers. Each high quality skewer is carefully made without being too oily and comes with its own matching sauce or salt.

Source:食べログ

Popular seasonal vegetable skewers in the “shunsai course”

The “shunsai course” (3,000 yen) includes 12 sticks that come with skewers like the classic wagyu (Japanese beef), the popular kuruma-ebi (Japanese tiger prawn), and other seasonal delights. You can eat as much salad as you like whose ingredients are all domestic and organic. This course also comes with ice cream for dessert after your meal and is sure to leave you satisfied.

Source:食べログ

Enjoy pairing your kushi-katsu with wine

At Ageha, you also have the rare opportunity of utilizing the sommelier owner who can recommend expert pairings of carefully selected kushi-katsu skewers and wine. Over 20 different kinds of wine are regularly available including specialties depending on the season. Don’t be afraid to ask which wine would go best with your favorite skewers.

Source:食べログ

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