Wanaka Sennichimae Honten, Osaka

Having spent an afternoon exploring Tennoji area we were back in Namba area for more street food. We tried another Michelin Bib Gourmand listed Takoyaki shop – Wanaka Sennichimae Honten.

Unlike the version served at Umaiya, the takoyaki served here resembles the ones we have in Singapore – topped with generous bonito flakes.

The centre of the takoyaki is slightly softer and more creamy while having a golden brown colour outside.

This shop is located within 5 minutes-walk from Namba station and there are a few other street food finds situated in the same area which I would cover in subsequent posts.

Photos taken earlier:

Took the subway and stopped at Shinsekai (新世界) to see the well known landmark of Osaka, Tsu-ten-kaku. This area has a nostalgic old-school atmosphere which is totally different from the modern Umeda part of Osaka.

From there we walked over to ShitennojiJapan‘s first full-fledged Buddhist temple, constructed more than 1400 years ago.

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