Reservation for Shabu-shabu Kyukoan Namba in Osaka

updated: June 25th, 2024

Discover Kyukoan, a renowned restaurant in Osaka, Japan. Indulge in the exquisite shabu-shabu experience featuring premium ingredients. Located in Nishi Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, enjoy the serene ambiance and warm hospitality. Book your visit today!

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    Kyukoan is a restaurant located in Nishi Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka.
     It is conveniently accessible from Namba Station on the Midosuji Line and Yotsubashi Line, as well as from Yotsubashi Station, all within a 3 to 7-minute walk.
     The restaurant has a serene atmosphere with 28 seating options available.
    At Kyukoan, you can enjoy shabu-shabu, a Japanese hot pot dish.
     The popular seasonal course menus and seafood shabu-shabu course feature premium ingredients such as marbled meat and fresh seafood.
     The restaurant offers a variety of dipping sauces and condiments, ensuring a delightful and varied dining experience.
    The skilled chefs at Kyukoan prioritize the use of high-quality ingredients and prepare the dishes with utmost care.
     In particular, the seafood shabu-shabu course features top-notch ingredients like Kyushu tuna, fatty tuna, and Wakayama abalone.
     The soup stock is made from kombu (kelp) and Ise ebi (Ise lobster), and is served alongside ponzu citrus sauce, sesame sauce, and a dipping sauce made with raw Kawahagi liver.
    Kyukoan is renowned not only for its delicious cuisine but also for its inviting ambiance and attentive service.
     With the option of semi-private rooms, guests can enjoy their meals in a tranquil setting.
     The friendly and courteous female staff members ensure a pleasant dining experience with their warm hospitality, making it perfect for special occasions.
    We invite you to visit Kyukoan and experience their exquisite shabu-shabu and charming atmosphere.


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