Area Guide

Area Guide

Our Recommended Spots

Our Recommended Spots
Shinsaibashi, Osaka – A City that Knows Authenticity
Our Staff’s Handpicked Recommendations

We want our guests to fully enjoy this vibrant city. With that in mind, we’ve curated a list of must-see, must-buy, and must-eat spots, carefully selected to complement your stay at our Champagne hotel. Exploring the city and discovering memorable places is the true joy of travel. Let us help you create a luxurious guide to find your own favorite spots.


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High taste and extremely comfortable. Ryori Yokome is a standing bar where you can enjoy cooking and chatting. The interior of the store is all red. The seats are set up in a U-shape surrounding the central kitchen area. You can watch the cooking from any seat, and it feels like there’s a live performance. The staff are all friendly people, so it’s a good store that is easy to enter even by yourself.

1-22-12 102 Shinmachi, Nishi-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

Shimanouchi Fuji maru jozojo

An urban winery and wine restaurant opened in Shimanouchi, Osaka in 2013 with the concept of ‘connecting producers and drinkers’. A winery with a restaurant located about a 3-minute walk from Matsuyamachi. This is a restaurant where you can enjoy wine and dishes that go well with wine.

1F, Sanwa Building, 1-1-14 Shimanouchi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture

Wayo shusai Hide

It’s not just food, it’s not just alcohol. For the ‘Japanese and Western Sake Nahide’ omakase course that you can enjoy together, the owner himself selects and assembles the ingredients at the market every day. From seasonal seafood to hearty meat dishes. Enjoy delicious sake and delicious dishes in the back alleys of Shinsaibashi, Osaka.

2-1-3 Shinsaibashisuji, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture


A gourmet hideaway bistro for adults located in Shin-Fukushima, Osaka. Savor the delicious dishes prepared by young chefs who have studied at famous restaurants, as well as a variety of delicious wines made with carefully selected natural ingredients.

5-17-20 Fukushima, Fukushima-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture

Torisho ishii

A famous restaurant with one Michelin star. As the name ‘Bird Master’ suggests, Yoshitomo Ishii creates highlights with his diverse craftsmanship. We have a variety of local chickens, use different meats and internal organs, and have chicken dishes such as smoked chicken on the menu. The yakitori before closing is fillet. From my experience in Japanese cuisine, I add grated ponzu sauce and wasabi to freshen up the flavor. Homemade Tajarin chicken ramen is a popular choice.

1F, 3-11-4 Nishitenma, Kita-ku, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture


A southern Italian restaurant in Tanimachi 4-chome, Osaka. An Italian restaurant that is popular for its southern Italian cuisine, seafood dishes, and homemade pasta dishes.

Highness Tokiwa 101, 2-1-3 Tokiwacho, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture


A wine bar where you can enjoy unique and gentle cuisine and natural wine. It’s so comfortable that you can’t help but drink too much.

1-9-21 Kyomachibori, Nishi-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture

Goichi Nishitenma-ten

Goichi Nishi-Tenma is a famous yakitori restaurant located quietly in Nishi-Tenma that will delight foodies. The interior is a calm space with a counter that seats 10 people and two tables. The carefully selected ingredients are carefully grilled right in front of your eyes. You can enjoy the finest moments in a high-quality space and carefully selected ingredients.

2-7-24 Nishitenma, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture


Tsukiniji where you can enjoy Teppanyaki in a calm and adult space. Yakisoba with homemade sauce and chewy texture that is irresistible, and Tsukihide-yaki (Tonpei-yaki), which has been brought out through trial and error to bring out its deliciousness, are must-try dishes. We also recommend courses where you can enjoy A5 rank Saga beef fillet steak and other popular menu items.

1F South Grand Hall, 2-5-19 Higashi-Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture

Casual Kappo Iida

Iida, located in Tanimachi 6-chome, is a stylish and casual restaurant where you can enjoy Japanese cuisine. There are many delicately seasoned dishes, such as fresh chicken sashimi and sashimi, and seared chicken breast with a chewy texture. Potato salad with Beni Haruka and cream cheese and curry to finish are also popular dishes. Enjoy casual Japanese cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere and relaxed atmosphere.

1-1-1 Uehonmachi, Tennoji-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture


There is a shop on the first floor and a wine bar on the second floor. The interior was designed by NOTA&design and Masaki Kato. A space that combines sophistication and relaxation, featuring a solid counter table and a large ceramic bar counter. You can enjoy charcuterie and dishes with a wide variety of wine in the store, and it can be used in a variety of ways. It is attracting attention as a landmark of Osaka’s natural wine.

4-1-18 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture


The only takoyaki in Osaka that has been featured in Bib Gourmand for three years in a row and goes well with wine. The takoyaki is grilled using carefully selected ingredients such as high-quality kelp, bonito flakes, and domestic octopus, and is an exquisite dish that can be enjoyed even without sauce.

1-6-1 Kawarayamachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture


2023 Bib Gourmand Michelin Bib Gourmand selection. A Teppanyaki restaurant where you can enjoy delicious creative cuisine and wine. A creative Teppanyaki restaurant located 4 minutes walk from Honmachi Station in Osaka. Reservations are required as it is a popular restaurant. Shrimp bread (¥480) is popular.

4-5-11 Minamikuhoji-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture

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The highlight is the selection of items full of creativity. The combination of materials and design is interesting, and the more you look at it, the more you will be surprised and moved. Fashion items with humor and stories are also attractive. This is the only store with a dark-toned interior with walls painted black and a product lineup.

Shibakawa Building 201, 3-3-3 Fushimi-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture

graf studio

Based in Nakanoshima, Osaka, we operate a shop, kitchen, residence, and gallery. The graf shop on the 1st floor sells original design furniture as well as items related to the exhibition held on the graf porch on the 2nd floor. The attached graf kitchen serves food that allows you to see the faces of the producers as a place for new experiences through food.

4-1-9 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture


LIGHT YEARS. We sell antique miscellaneous goods, natural items, and folk crafts purchased from all over the world, such as rugs, objects, and vessels such as beniwallen from Morocco, Pakistan, and India.

4-26-26 Yoshino, Fukushima-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture


Cotton Industry Hall (Japan Cotton Industry Club)

The Cotton Industry Hall was built in 1931 (Showa 7). In the early Showa period, Osaka’s textile industry flourished and became the world’s largest city, with a population larger than Tokyo and the sixth largest city in the world. The Cotton Industry Hall, which was built in such a prosperous era, is a building that can be said to be a symbol of the Osaka era, with an investment of 7.5 billion yen in today’s currency. Lunch is also available if you make a reservation in advance for a tour of the facility.

2-5-8 Bingocho, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture

Ikoma Building

The Ikoma Building was completed in 1930. This building, which survived World War II, is based on the cutting-edge art deco style, and has left behind a modern design by designer Soheizo, with attention to detail.

2-2-12 Hiranocho, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture

Shibakawa Building

Completed on July 1, 1927. It was built by Matashiro Shibakawa, who was born into a family that ran a Chinese goods business (importing Western goods) in present-day Fushimi Town. At a time when there were many Japanese-style wooden buildings, and Japanese-style architecture was prized, this reinforced concrete building with South American Mayan and Incan decorations was extremely rare and attracted a lot of attention. Currently, all floors are occupied by various stores, and although tours are not allowed, you can also enjoy lunch at the Vietnamese restaurant on the first floor.

3-3-3 Fushimi-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture

Senba Building

The Senba Building is a building that still conveys the history of modern architecture in Senba, Osaka. A residential/office building with 1 floor underground, 4 floors above ground, and 1 floor tower. The exterior has the design of a tiled office building, but the interior has a unique structure with a long, narrow patio-like courtyard in the center, an open atrium, and a corridor surrounding it. Although you can’t see the office floor, you can enjoy the store floor.

2-5-8 Awajicho, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture