Kansai Food

Flavors of India in Toyonaka, Osaka

Enjoy exquisite flavors of India at a newly opened restaurant, Indian owned and operated, just a few minutes from Toyonaka Hankyu station in Toyonaka City, Osaka. Suryodaya opened their doors to the public in May this year. They are located 5 to 10 minutes from the station, depending on how fast you walk and if... »

Beer Garden at Ramada, Osaka

The Ramada Osaka will open a beer garden on the hotel’s rooftop beginning on June 11th to September 12th for any beer lovers in the Kansai area! Prices in comparison to other beer gardens are substantially lower and children can join in on the occasion, but of course cannot drink any beer. Advanced tickets for... »

Chinese New Year

There will be various stage performances, attractions and martial arts demonstrations given on February 10th from 10:30am to 3:30pm at Osaka Chinese School in Naniwa Ward, Osaka. There will also be Chinese food available. Admission is free. For more information, call (06)6271-3185. »

Spanish Cooking Seminar

Applications are being accepted until January 22nd for a Spanish cooking seminar on January 29th from 11am to 1:30pm at the Spanish restaurant Val Mancha in Chuo Ward, Kobe. The seminar fee is 3990 yen. Call Cross Cultural Center at (078) 646-7100 for more information. »

NU Chayamachi in Umeda

NU Chayamachi is a few minutes walk east of Umeda and home to over 75 shops featuring fashions, gourmet dining, music and lifestyle products. It has fast become one of Osaka most recognized landmarks from its unique exterior design. If don’t get off work until late, don’t worry. You can still get some good shopping... »

Restaurants in Dotombori, Osaka

Dotombori is famous for many things, but one of the best things about the area is the food. There are tons of restaurants to visit and eat at ranging from small fast food shops to full-on expensive fine-dining restaurants. A few well-known ones include Hariju Grill and Curry shop. The grill was founded over 80... »

Japanese Festivals

Japan has a plethora of festivals throughout the year. Most cities have one or two a year celebrating some sort of cultural event. Take spring time for instance. Right before spring – very soon – most cities celebrate the coming of spring. It is the season of hanami, flower blossom viewing. People flock to parks... »

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