A variety of bars, cafés, and eateries line the Shin-Umeda Shokudogai. Take a look at some of the popular places to go and food to try.

Almost all popular foods in Japan can be eaten here in the Shin-Umeda Shokudogai. As a place where food from across Japan congregates, Osaka has been renowned as "the kitchen of Japan" since the Edo period and represents a highly developed food culture.

Seafood is also a delicacy, taking advantage of the fact that Osaka borders on the Seto Inland Sea. Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki, and Kushikatsu are particularly famous as Osaka specialties. Because shops in the Shin-Umeda Shokudogai are lined up side-by-side in a small area, one of the ways of enjoying the street is simply browsing to look for a place to eat. Many foreign customers visit the Shin-Umeda Shokudogai every day. Come relax, eat your way through the restaurant street, and enjoy Osaka's food culture.