Dining

2 FBenten-men

  • 11:00 am – 10:00 pm (last order 9:30)

Just browsing the menu will make you feel like you’ve gone on a journey through time and space from old Osaka all around the world.
Definitely try the Singapore laksa which was brought to Japan by European traders! Half-size portions that are easy to pick up and try are also available.

2 FNawanoren Restaurant

  • 11:00 am – 10:00 pm (last order 9:30)
BreakfastSaturdays, Sundays, and holidays :7:00~8:45am (L.O. 8:20am)
Late-Night Menu21:30~26:00(L.O. 26:00)
- Calendar Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays -
e.g.: September 16 (Monday, holiday) ⇒ 17 (Tuesday) breakfast is closed.

We offer foods modeled on a popular dining hall that was started for Osaka Castle’s builders,
and Osakan soul foods from three vendors.

2 FYamazen-tei Standing Sake Bar

  • 11:00 am – 10:00 pm (last order 9:30)

We offer a wide range of Japanese sake, from “Revival Sake,” which is a reproduction of a famous rice wine from the 16th century, to drinks that are popular with women. We also have a great many snacks to go with the delicious sake.

2 FKomachi-Chaya

  • 11:00~22:00

We offer a healthy menu including drinks and healthy ingredients that can be prepared to burn fat and maintain sweating while maintaining a consistent body temperature.

5 FTenga-Chaya

  • 11:00~22:00

With sweet desserts like soft serve and parfaits, this café is very popular with women. It is also a special experience to use the garden on clear days.