Breakfast in Osaka

Waking up in Osaka, a city nicknamed ‘the nation’s kitchen’, is a delicious opportunity to delve into mouth watering Japanese cuisine. Osaka is famous for its okonomiyaki, a savoury pancake made to fulfil a gourmand’s dreams, as well as takoyaki, the quintessential Osakan street food. Breakfast in this city will be one of many delectable meals visitors will savour.

  • City Bakery – Grand Front Osaka

    City Bakery – Grand Front Osaka

    City Bakery – Grand Front Osaka

    The City Bakery is a New York chain with two locations in the Grand Front Osaka mall; one is in the basement and the other is on the sixth floor of the complex. This place offers sandwiches, bacon, eggs and anything else you would expect or want for the first meal of your day. They also create a seasonal menu, like the Sakura Muffin for spring, so you’ll find different delights throughout the year. You can enjoy a big breakfast and coffee for around 1000 yen at the City Bakery, and there is plenty of seating where you can relax and plan your day of sightseeing.

  • Northshore

    Northshore

    Northshore

    With its spectacular view over the Yodo river, the Northshore cafe and dining bar is an excellent place for a healthy, vegetarian friendly breakfast. The food is delicious and served in generous portions, and Northshore has a manifesto to provide high quality ingredients and fresh seasonal produce. It’s so popular that you will find people queuing for hours to eat here, so be sure to arrive early. Northshore is open well into the evening and there is plenty of open air seating, so you can watch the sunset as you linger on the terrace with a drink in hand.

  • Osakaya Umeda Station

    Osakaya Umeda Station

    Osakaya Umeda Station

    If you’re in the mood for something more local, you can check out Osakaya. It’s a lively place located between Osaka and Umeda station and is almost always crowded, with partiers winding up a night’s carousing next to salarymen having breakfast. They serve fish, beef, tofu, and udon all day and start serving alcohol around noon. You’ll be expected to eat quickly and move on, but the set meals, called teshoku, which have a main as well as a side dish and include rice and miso soup, are extremely reasonably priced.

  • Morning Glass

    Morning Glass

    Morning Glass

    If you want breakfast at a more relaxed pace, Morning Glass is a Hawaiian themed café with a chill vibe. They have Hawaiian inspired items like Poke ball on the menu, as well as American staples like pancakes, apple pie and omelettes. Morning Glass has coffee that comes highly rated as the beans are imported from Hawaii but roasted locally. The place is quite spacious yet retains a cosy feel, making it an ideal place to sit and chat.

  • Westwood Bakers

    Westwood Bakers

    Westwood Bakers

    Westwood Bakers is a charming and intimate cafe tucked away near the Dotonburi river of Osaka. Although seating is limited, you’ll find a wide variety of freshly baked bread, beautiful muffins and rolls, as well as delicious coffee and freshly squeezed juice, that you can grab and go. If you’re lucky enough to get a seat, they have more substantial offerings like pancakes, omelettes and other breakfast favourites on the menu.

    Nippombashi
    Address
    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Nippombashi 1-chome
    Phone
    Kuromon Ichiba Market
    Address
    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Nippombashi 2-4-1
    Phone
    0666310007
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