The Japanese term Kuidaore, which means as much as to ruin yourself through extravagance in food captures a lot of the spirit of Osaka.
The third-largest city in Japan earned the nickname of the nations kitchen in the Edo 1600s, when it was the centre of Japans system of rice brokers. Today, the bayside city still remains as one of the best culinary cities in the world.
From fine dining to hearty street food, weve put together the ultimate guide to Osakas most iconic dishes and where to find them.
This article first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Singapore.
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