Friday, August 21, 2015

Top 5 Breakfast Restaurants around Tenjinbashi in Osaka, Japan

       When I was living in Osaka, my workplace was very close to Tenjinbashi. My coworkers and I always worked for long hours and were always hungry when we called it a day, so we sometimes had dinner at restaurants around Tenjinbashi. Because I was also nurse in Japan, I needed to work on night shift as well. After night shift, we had breakfast there once in a while.

     Today, I am going to share with you restaurants which you can eat breakfast around Tenjinbashi, Osaka because I remembered that I was asked by my reader about that before. It's sometimes hard to find these restaurants open very early morning. I hope this information will help someone. :)

Machikadoya (街かど屋)
      If you love Japanese foods, you might like this restaurant, Machikadoya. It's a Japanese restaurant which serves many kinds of combo meals, which is called teishoku (定食) in Japanese, at reasonable prices (around 500 yen to 800 yen). They open 24 hours. Breakfast special menus (370 yen through 460 yen) are only available at 5 through 10 a.m. You can check out their menus here and here
     Once you enter this restaurant, you can buy "meal tickets" at a vending machine just like you do at some other ramen restaurant in Japan. Then, you can give the tickets to staffs there. You can have rice, pickles and tea as much as you want without extra charge there. 
Machikadoya (街かど屋)
5-7-16 Tenjinbashi Osaka Kita-ku, Osaka

hours: 24 hours

Jyuhachiban Honten (十八番 本店)
      Jyuhachian is a Chinese restaurant. You will be surprised that their menu is insane. They serve numerous kinds of meals at super reasonable prices. When I went there, most customers looked like very busy businessmen, and they were smoking there. My coworker loved to go to this restaurant, but I didn't really like the smoke frankly.

Jyuhachiban Honten (十八番 本店)
7-2-13 Tenjinbashi Osaka Kita-ku, Osaka
hours : 4:59 a.m. - 0:01 a.m.
close : none (They only close 5 days a year.)

Sukiya (すき家)
       Sukiya is a beef bowl restaurant. They open 24 hours and serve bowl menus at very reasonable prices. As I mentioned in my previous entry, there are three major famous Japanese beef bowl restaurant chains, Sukiya, Yoshinoya and matsuya. My most favorite beef bowl restaurant is absolutely Sukiya because they have so many kinds of meals. Their breakfast special meals are only available at 5:00 through 10:30 a.m. You can check out their menu here and here.

 Sukiya (すき家)
4-8-13 Tenjinbashi Osaka Kita-ku, Osaka
hours : 24 hours

Doutor Coffee (ドトールコーヒー)
      If you love coffee, Doutor Coffee is perfect for you. They serve coffee and sandwiches. Their breakfast special (coffee & sandwiches, 390 yen to 440 yen) is available through 10:30 a.m. When I and my coworkers were working late, my boss bought some Doutor Coffee sandwiches for us to take a break. Their sandwiches were very fresh and so good!

Doutor Coffee (ドトールコーヒー)
4-10-2 Tenjinbashi Osaka Kita-ku, Osaka
hours : 
Mon through Fri 7:15 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Sat 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Sun 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. 

Tenroku Udon (天六うどん)
       Tenroku Udon is a Japanese udon noodle restaurant. I have never been to this restaurant, but this is pretty famous because it was seen on TV before. It's located next to Jyuhachiban (十八番), which I mentioned above. This restaurant is a so-called "tachigui udon"(立ち食いうどん), which means there are no chairs, so you need to eat it standing up. Because of tachigui style, they can serve udon at reasonable price (about 200 yen to 500 yen). I would like to try their curry noodle. :)

Tenroku Udon (天六うどん)
7-2-13 Tenjinbashi Osaka Kita-ku, Osaka
Mon through Sat 5:30 - 23:30
Sun 5:30 - 23:00
Close : 1/1, 1/2 and 1/3

      If you are a woman and go there alone, I recommend Machikadoya or Doutor Coffee because tachigui and beef bowl restaurants are too casual for women, and Jyuhachiban is pretty smokey. If you are a man or go there with some companies, you can try all these restaurants. When I go to Osaka next time, I will go with my husband, so I can choose from all. :)

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