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Japanese Restaurant Matsuri, a One Stop to Experience the Genuine Taste of Japanese cuisines in Osaka!
Japanese Restaurant Matsuri is a Muslim-friendly Japanese restaurant located in Osaka. Over the past years, they’ve been serving a halal dishes, not only for the Muslim tourists but also for the Muslim who resides in Japan.
Various kinds of menu definitely make it harder to choose. But don’t worry, today we will introduce the dishes that you don’t want to miss if you happen to visit Osaka.
Halal Kobe Beef Teppan Yakiniku
Kobe beef is known to the world and famous for its intense marbling. Rich and sweet without being greasy, the meat has an exclusive tenderness and melting texture that is second to none. Teppanyaki is a terrific experience to have in Japan, especially if it’s Kobe beef!! The question of where to eat Kobe beef doesn’t always come with a high price tag. Matsuri intends to offer the best Kobe beef that is affordable. It’s a wonderful experience you definitely need to try while you’re in Japan!
Price : 5000 yen
Japanese Dry Curry
While Japanese Curry is extensively popular inside and outside of Japan, not so many people may have heard about Dry Curry. Matsuri’s Japanese dry curry is quite similar to the classic Asian dried curry or “Nasi Goreng’, except its thicker, dryer if you will. With less gravy, it’s a good, hearty dish with abundant of flavor. This Japanese dry curry also has the mixture of sweet and savory, which frequently tastes in Japanese food.
Price : 1280 yen
Takoyaki, or Octopus Balls, are one of Japan’s best-known street food originated in Osaka. Have you ever tried making takoyaki on your own? No equipment? No ingredients? If you’re in that situation, do come to Matsuri where you can try out both making and eating takoyaki!
Don’t know how to make it? Have no worries as the staffs will help you. Believe us, it tastes all the best when you think about how you prepared them by yourself.
Price: 734 yen
Daifuku is a squishy rice cake. While it can come in a multitude of colors, it’s different in that it is filled. Daifuku is literally means “filled mochi”. The most common filling is anko (red bean paste), but here in Matsuri, you can try variety of other fillings as well. It is fluffy and yet, as you took your first bite, the soft texture both will impress and confuse you. It just made you want them even more.
Available flavors: Matcha, Mango, Strawberry, Café Au Lait
Price : 500 yen
Baumkuchen (Cake) & Langue De Chat (Cookies)
‘Baumkuchen’ is lightly-sweet pastry brought to Japan from Germany 100 years ago.
It is popular for its layered shape that resembles the rings of a tree trunk.
You may buy it at Matsuri as a souvenir for your beloved ones. Matsuri has the Baumkuchen in matcha flavor, which everyone loves to have!
Even the Malaysia popular actress, Mira Filzah, loves it!
Langue de chat is a type of cookie derived from French word which mean ‘Tongue of the Cat’. The old French ‘Langues de Chat’ biscuits are certainly in the figure of Cat’s Tongue and often scorched in the special shape, but in Japan they can be round, square or even rolled into tubes.
Price : 500 yen.
Muslim Friendly Souvenirs Section
Here at Matsuri, there’s souvenirs section where you can get various kind of Muslim-friendly snacks, chocolate and many more.
Check the video out!