Food Trip: Osaka Takoyaki Museum

Located in Universal CityWalk in Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture in Japan, Osaka Takoyaki Museum is actually a collection of takoyaki shops in one themed location.

Although you won't see any fossilized takoyakis nor skeletal remains of the first takoyaki cook, the Osaka Takoyaki Museum prides itself from the different types of takoyakis that are being served in the takoyaki shops in this themed dining destination.
Can you spot the mascot of the museum?
The place smells great
Watch how it's prepared.
Check this small shrine out!
Sorry no free taste here
Buy your preferred takoyaki
Take home some frozen takoyakis
You could also buy souvenirs and ingredients in the museum
It is said that the takoyakis in Osaka Takoyaki Museum are actually the different varieties of takoyakis found in the different areas of Japan. Hence, if you plan to taste it all, the Osaka Takoyaki Museum is the best place for you to do it.
One of the entrances to the "museum"
Use this map (you might get lost)
My wife and I got the chance to visit the "museum" after our trip to Universal Studios Japan during our 6th day of stay in the country. I was the one who insisted that we visit the place due to the fact that I am a big takoyaki fan ( I love the takoyaki of Samurai fast food in the Philippines). Luckily, my wife gave in to what I wanted. However, because it was lunch time my wife wasn't in the mood to eat food without rice. That's why I missed the opportunity to taste all the different types of takoyaki.
Sail on Mr. Takoyaki and little octopus!
Picture time!
Despite missing the chance for a taste-ravaganza, I was still happy for the fact that I got to visit such a place. Hopefully next time, my wife and I would get to do a little food tripping when we come back.

Getting There:

From Kansai International Airport (KIX), ride a JR Rapid to Nishikujo Station then transfer to the JR Yumesaki Line to Universal City Station. From there you could easily spot the numerous posts showing the Takoyaki Museum in Universal CityWalk Osaka.


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