Sunday, 11 September 2016


If you are a foodie like me, be sure to visit the Kuromon Ichiba Market ('Osaka's Kitchen') when in Osaka. Its about 2-3 minutes walk from the Nippombashi Station and you'll easily spot it with their big black and red signs. There are plenty of food stalls serving a range of Japanese delights, from fresh sushi to rice bowls, tempura, local fruits and so much more...

Sea urchin/ uni. I know many people are a big fan of this but sadly not me as I sometimes find the taste and texture a little bit too overwhelming. 

Bought a few packets of dried mangoes and peach from this dried fruits stall.

Takoyaki in the making.

This Japanese mochi is one of my favourite desserts ever. It's coated with bean powder and is so soft and chewy!

These cute little octopus treats are stuffed with quail eggs inside of them.

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