Imperial Hotel Osaka is a gourmet's dream destination in a city fondly known as the 'nation's kitchen.'
Osaka, Japan’s second-largest urban area, is fondly known as the "nation’s kitchen," and its neon-lit streets brim with stalls selling local specialties. Culinary innovation also takes center-stage at the Imperial Hotel Osaka, a towering hotel occupying a serene spot overlooking the cherry tree-lined River Okawa. Many of the Imperial’s design motifs were crafted by Frank Lloyd Wright, the architect of the original Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. In the hotel’s six world-class restaurants, guests can choose from a myriad of cuisine, including sushi from the award-winning Ginza-based restaurant Kyubey, and delectable Kobe beef teppanyaki at Kamon. The plugged-in concierge can organize behind-the-scenes city tours, including insider recommendations to Osaka’s vibrant shopping scene.
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