Osaka, Japan: Fujiya 1935

Fujiya 1935, as the name implies, had its humble beginnings back in 1935 as a simple udon restaurant. It had changed concepts through the years. Fast forward to present time, this place now serves Japanese kaiseki with a modern approach. Upon entry, we were greeted in a quiet zen-like room, where the host served us…

Osaka, Japan: Taian

When we envision a Michelin 3 star restaurant, we typically think of an impressive venue dressed in a million dollar design concept, along with a personal server at your side awaiting to fulfill your every dining request. But Taian was far from this grandiosity. The décor at this restaurant was not worth the megabyte of…

Osaka, Japan: La Cime

La Cime, headed by Chef Yusuke Takada, is the latest entry into Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants. In fact, it won the “Highest New Entry Award” for 2018. Chef Takada began his culinary studies in Japan. Afterward, he spent years in France, sharpening his skills. The menu is a modern representation of traditional Japanese kaiseki. His…