An izakaya can best be described as a Japanese version of a pub serving tapas-style food to accompany drinks. They are usually casual, noisy places where local people head for fun, food and a laugh after work. Join them at one of these great izakayas in Osaka.
This izakaya is not your regular restaurant, but is actually known as a yatai. A yatai is a small mobile food stall in Japan selling ramen or other hot food. Toyo-san, the man who runs the restaurant has established his kitchen on the back of a pick-up trick. The drinks are all self-service and they are tallied up and added to your bill at the end. The hot pot, along with the sashimi, comes highly recommended. Toyo-san is incredibly friendly and welcoming and is happy to help recommend any food and drink choices.
9 Kakudacho, Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan, +81 668 825 768