Find out what Japanese restaurants to try in Tajiri-cho including Takomasa Kansai Airport, Daikisuisan Kaitensushi, Matsuya, Kansai Airport, Boteju Kansai International Airport, Tonkatsu KYK Kansai International Airport, Sojibo Kansai International Airport 3F, The U-don, Maido Okini Canteen, Kankuu Canteen, Sachifukuya, Kansai International Airport, Oraga Soba, Kanku Aeroplaza
4 based on 29 reviews
perfect Soba at the airport, service was very fast, food was very good. Lots of airline workers use takeout, so you know it''s good.
3 based on 75 reviews
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3 based on 59 reviews
Came here only because we could not decide on a common place for dinner. Terribly wrong choice! Not sure if grilled salmon is overcooked, or double cooked!! Very very hard; those who eat salmon know that this is an oily fish. I have videoed the lousy (perhaps fake?) salmon. May be a chose the wrong piece. A disappointment :-(
3 based on 66 reviews
Came here upon arriving in the airport, shop easy to find with the halal logo clearly stated. Instruction to order food are clear in English and Malay too. Plenty of food option to choose from and water and ocha are free. Food is delicious and very filling.
3 based on 79 reviews
This was my first time connecting through Osaka on my way to Taipei. Usually the flights connect through Tokyo/Narita. This was a nice change. The airport is large, clean, and easy to get around. It also has a great executive lounge called the More Lounge which allows access for American Express Executive Platinum members through their free Priority Pass program. Most other Priority Pass lounges I've seen at other airports are nothing more than a few tables and chairs with a bowl of granola bars. But here, they have a full executive lounge with a nice selection of food, drinks, and comfortable seating with outlets for charging phones or laptops.
3 based on 104 reviews
We went to Kansai Airport and looked for quick dinner. After walking around for a while, we decided to try this Tonkatsu restaurant as there were many customers. We ordered Tonkatsu set, one regular and one premium. The staff and service was excellent. The food was also very good as well. Recommended for Tonkatsu lover who visit Kansai airport.
3 based on 208 reviews
A nice airport restaurant. I stopped by for a late lunch before my evening check-in. They warn you that okonomiyaki may take 20-minutes or so. They have an English menu. I ordered the negi-yaki which has lots of chopped green onions (scallion), yaki-soba with meat. One of the best okonomiyaki Iâve had in a while. Great friendly and helpful staff.
4 based on 67 reviews
Ive always loved this simple place to get a quick and easy breakfast, i had the salmon breakfast cost about A$6, my wife had the sausage and egg breakfast, children the cold bukkake udon, great value for money and gets you on the right foot for a busy day of travel.
4 based on 72 reviews
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A cavernous airy restaurant with plenty of seating choices (in booths and along the counter) served by a double (clockwise and anti-clockwise) conveyor belt system. It looks and feels like assembly line eating. If the content of the passing plates are not of your preference, you can place your order from the menu through the many convivial waiters on stand by near you. The orders get filled in little time. There is psychological risk of taking more food you can consume as the parade of colourful tempting sushi passes by. So do exercise some discipline and self-control. We still ended up with a stack of more than twenty-five plates between the two of us. Sushi freshness is decent (off the belt) but seems better when you order it from the menu. There is good variety too including the politically incorrect whale sushi (which tasted like old tuna btw and totally underwhelming). Daikisuisan is one of the many restaurants to choose from in between your shopping ventures at the nearby Rinku Town Premium Outlet. It appears to be frequented by locals and tourists alike. Prices are quite reasonable.PS: do take some time to admire the beautiful 3D paper art of sea creatures just outside the entrance.
3 based on 128 reviews
TAKOMASA is one of the oldest takoyaki shops in Osaka. One of our shops is in Kansai International Airport 2F Dining court âMACHIYA KOUJIâ. There are âto-go-menuâ and âeat-in-menuâ at our Kansai International Airport shop. Before you leave Osaka or after
Takoyaki is freshly made at the little shop on the food street inside the airport. A few choices of flavours are available. The basic one is very good. The fried rice is also delicious. Watch out for daily special set. Reasonable price.
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