Okaru

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Okaru is a long-established okonomiyaki restaurant founded in 1946. It is a long-time popular restaurant having a good accessibility with a 4-minute walk from Nipponbashi station on Kintetsu Railway. The staff cooks each okonomiyaki for you in front of you. Although using simple ingredients, their okonomiyaki are perfect. The staff’s graffiti of mayonnaise on okonomiyaki is part of the pleasure.

Address
1-9-19 Sennichimae, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Contact No.
+81-6-6211-0985
Access
4-min walk from Exit 2 of Nipponbashi Station on Osaka Municipal Sakaisuji Subway4-min walk from Exit 15A of Namba Station on Osaka Municipal Midosuji Subway8-min walk from Osaka Namba Station on Kintetsu Railway or Hanshin Railway10-min walk from Namba Station on Nankai Railway
Opening Hours / Holidays
12:00-14:30 (Last order), 17:00-22:00 (Last order) Closed on Thursday (Closed from December 31st to January 1st)
Time Required
30 minutes
Other Information
*Average price (per person): Lunch 1,000-2,000 yen, Dinner 1,000-2000 yen*Menu: Butatama 800 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.

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Fluffy Okonomiyaki

While customers cook okonomiyaki by their selves at many restaurants, the staff members at “Okaru” cook everything for you. They grill one side of the dough, turn it over, press the center of it with a spatula, and cover with a lid. Their proud method makes okonomiyaki fluffy.

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Long-Time Simple Okonomiyaki “Butatama”

Most menu items of Okaru are basic. The most popular dish is “Butatama” (800 yen) and can be regarded as the basic of okonomiyaki. Especially because of a simple combination of egg and pork, it enhances the savory flavor of the dough and the degree of grilling. Wait and see what the staff draws on top with mayonnaise.

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Retro Atmosphere in the Restaurant

This restaurant preserves a retro atmosphere of the Showa era when it was founded. Its interiors including posters are old fashioned. Its nostalgic mood filled in the restaurant goes well with the simple taste of okonomiyaki.

Source:食べログ

Okaru

Okaru is a long-established okonomiyaki restaurant founded in 1946. It is a long-time popular restaurant having a good accessibility with a 4-minute walk from Nipponbashi station on Kintetsu Railway. The staff cooks each okonomiyaki for you in front of you. Although using simple ingredients, their okonomiyaki are perfect. The staff’s graffiti of mayonnaise on okonomiyaki is part of the pleasure.

※ 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

Fluffy Okonomiyaki

While customers cook okonomiyaki by their selves at many restaurants, the staff members at “Okaru” cook everything for you. They grill one side of the dough, turn it over, press the center of it with a spatula, and cover with a lid. Their proud method makes okonomiyaki fluffy.

Source:食べログ

Long-Time Simple Okonomiyaki “Butatama”

Most menu items of Okaru are basic. The most popular dish is “Butatama” (800 yen) and can be regarded as the basic of okonomiyaki. Especially because of a simple combination of egg and pork, it enhances the savory flavor of the dough and the degree of grilling. Wait and see what the staff draws on top with mayonnaise.

Source:食べログ

Retro Atmosphere in the Restaurant

This restaurant preserves a retro atmosphere of the Showa era when it was founded. Its interiors including posters are old fashioned. Its nostalgic mood filled in the restaurant goes well with the simple taste of okonomiyaki.

Source:食べログ

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