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みつか坊主 醸(梅田店) Mitsukabozu Kamoshi Umeda

  • Ramen (Chinese Noodles) Maze Soba
  • Kita (Osaka Station / Umeda) Area
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  • Price Rangelunch Average price 1,000JPY、dinner1,000~2,000JPY
  • ClosedNew year holidays

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Kita (Osaka Station / Umeda) Area
1-2-16 Oyodominami, Kita-ku Osaka-shi, Osaka, 531-0075, Japan
  • Ramen (Chinese Noodles)
  • Maze Soba
Opening Hours
[Mon-Sat]11:30-14:30, 18:30-23:30, [Sun, Public Holidays]11:30-14:30, 17:30-22:00
New year holidays
Price Range
lunch Average price 1,000JPY、dinner1,000~2,000JPY
Date of post:2016/10/28

Miso King of Osaka

Of the four main styles of ramen: miso, shio, tonkotsu, and shoyu, miso is by far the hardest to find in Osaka. Several shops offer miso, but only a handful specialize in it. Enter Mitsukabozu, Osaka’s consensus number one miso ramen shop.

Mitsukabozu started in Toyonaka, a city in the north of Osaka. At the time of writing the flagship is closed, although it has been replaced by another branch in the same area. The second shop, Mitsukabozu Kamoshi, offers a wide variety of miso ramen and tsukemen, and is very accessible. It is located right near the Umeda Sky Building, making it a perfect stop during a day in Umeda.

Kamoshi is quite spacious, with plenty of counter space, and even a few tables. They have a selection of draft and bottled local Minoh beer, so it’s a great place to go with a few friends. It is open late, too, so it fits well as either the first or last stop on a night out.

With a wide menu of ramen, there’s really no wrong item to get, as long as it’s miso. Vegetarians may be able to enjoy the vegetable ramen, which goes for ¥900. The standard is the white miso, which costs ¥800. For those who want a bit of spice I would recommend the ¥850 spicy miso, or the ¥890 North Junk tsukemen.

On my first visit I ordered the vegetable ramen. The soup is light and not too oily, but thick like a vegetable potage. The noodles are piping hot, and are wrapped around a variety of vegetables: potatoes, broccoli, mushrooms, and lima beans could all be found in the stew. There was a nice, thick piece of chashu thrown in there too, but non meat eaters can ask for it without it by ordering chashu nashi.

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