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Kushikatsu, is a typical Osaka street food. Kushi, means skewer, and Kastu, means fried food. So Kushikatsu is a small fried food sticked by a skewer. Normally, 1Kushikatsu is priced between 70yen to 150yen.Yes, it is very cheap! Why don’t you try Kushikatsu in Daruma Namba which is most popular…
“deep-fried breaded meat or vegetables on skewers”, “Japanese style of deep-fried kebab”
“High-class nightlife district, representative of the Kita area of Osaka, that has thrived as an information exchange location for businessmen.”
Kushikatsu is a catch-all term for meat, vegetables, and seafood that is pierced on sticks and deep-fried. This store in the Shin-sekai area of Osaka always has a line because it’s so popular. Prices are around $10-20.
"Osaka Soul Food, skewers. More delicious, fluffy and crispy than other skewers shop there are good reviews on the net, here you can taste the genuine flavor there is also course menu and you can order by the piece."
Born in Osaka, kushikatsu is yet another home-grown Japanese food that’s wildly popular in Osaka. Kushi in Japanese means skewers, and katsu means breaded and deep fried things. The result of this popular street food is a bunch of vegetables and even meats, all skewered, coated in a light batter,…