One of the must-try foods of Osaka. Easily eaten as a snack, and bite-sized too.
The representative Konamon dish made with a base of flour and cabbage. You can add meat, sea food or any other ingredients. At some restaurants, you can grill it yourself.
Kushi-katsu is deep fried meat, vegetables and more. This Osaka comfort food is a staple with its renowned taste and reasonable price.
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Made in Japan
Japan’s alcoholic beverages have created quite a splash on the global scene, even winning international awards. Exports have hit record highs for 7 consecutive years, with 2018’s value totaling 61.8 billion yen.
Japan produces a distinctive array of spirits, from the traditional sake rice wine, shochu (typically made from sweet potatoes) and awamori (from Okinawa) to wine, beer, whisky, gin and plum wine.
Kansai natives enjoy mixing and matching their carbohydrates, combining noodles and rice in the same dish. Sobameshi (buckwheat noodles + rice) emerged from this unique food culture and remains a Kansai favorite.
Delectable Kansai-style udon and Kyoto-style ramen noodles, made here in Osaka, the best place to enjoy flavorful and aromatic dashi soup stock.
The Snack Kitchen offers finger foods made from ingredients sourced in disaster recovery areas as well as right here in the Kansai region. Feel free to munch on your favorite snack while viewing the various displays in the Exhibition Space.
Get to know Japan’s eclectic canned food culture. Enjoy various tasty treats from around Japan, including canned Miyagi oysters and other delicacies from disaster recovery areas, in the canned food tasting corner.
SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM
Soft serve ice cream is frozen at -5 ℃ to -7 ℃, which prevents it from hardening like ice cream. With fewer and smaller ice crystals, soft serve ice cream is known for its smooth, pleasing consistency and fresh sensation.