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1. Haya, Dōtonbori (はや 道頓堀店 [難波])
For 4,480 yen, you can eat quality Japanese beef yakiniku (grill) and have alcoholic beverages for as much as you like for 2 hours. Haya has more than 100 food menus available for order. With the two-hour all-you-can-eat course, we recommend enjoying your meal in a comfortable table seat with horigotatsu, a traditional heating system which is sunken below the floor. On Fridays, Saturdays and national holidays, there is an additional payable fee of 300 yen.
Address: 5th Floor, Douton Building, 1-6-15, Dōtonbori, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 542-0071, Japan (Google Map)
2. Yakiniku Tajima, Honmachi (炭焼水七輪焼肉匠たじま [本町])
For the 120-minute long premium all-you-can-eat course (L.O. 90 min), you can eat 50 different kinds of top quality meat at 4,500 yen. Unlike a typical all-you-can-eat course, the premium course at Yakiniku Tajima includes non-meat dishes such as fresh vegetables and seafood, so you can have a fully satisfying meal. At Yakiniku Tajima, the Japanese traditional grill (Shichirin) is filled with water and grills the meat slowly to make unbelievably soft and delicious grilled meat.
HP: www.yakinikutajima.com/ (Japanese Only)
Address: 2nd Floor, ABC Building, 3-2-8, Azuchimachi, Cho-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 541-0052, Japan (Google Map)
3. Zen, Tennōji, Abeno (善（ぜん）[天王寺・阿倍野])
For 3,500 yen, you can eat the famous Japanese black beef as much as you would like for 90 minutes. Of course, this all-you-can-eat course comes with the bottomless bowls of rice and seaweed soup. Zen picks the best of the quality, authentic Japanese black beef, and as they buy the whole beef, you will have the chance to eat rare parts of beef as well. For an additional 1,000 yen, you can add all-you-can-drink option.
HP: www.yakiniku-zen.com (Japanese Only)
Address: 2-4-49, Abenosuji, Abeno-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 545-0052, Japan (Google Map)
4. Umeda-meigetsu Jyūsan, (梅田明月館 十三店 [十三])
Umeda-meigetsu Jyūsan is a popular yakiniku restaurant where you can eat quality Japanese beef for at a reasonable price. The 90-minute all-you-can-eat course has 52 different kinds at 5,000 yen, and with there are 12 different courses with the all-you-can-drink option. This restaurant is available for a large group of up to 50 persons, and there are also compartmentalized seats with horigotasu.
HP: www.umedameigetsu.com (Japanese Only)
Address: Daini Nagao Building, 2-6-2, Jusohon-machi, Yodogawa-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 532-0024, Japan (Google Map)
5. Don Pocha (Donポチャ [大正エリア])
Don Pocha is a yakiniku and Korean food restaurant with the common touch, located inn the folksy neighborhood near Taishō station. For 1,980 yen, you can enjoy Korean-style grilled sliced pork called Samgyeopsal for as much as you would like. This place is recommended for Korean-food lovers who would like to enjoy good pork dishes cooked in Korean style.HP: tabelog.com/en/osaka/A2701/A270401/27072699/
Address: 1-4-11, Sangenya-Higashi, Taishō-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 551-0002, Japan (Google Map)
6. Seijigō (炭火焼肉 清次郎 [梅田・北新地])
If you would like a luxurious all-you-can-eat course, we recommend Seijirō. This yakiniku restaurant is in Kita-Shinchi, where you will find many elegant bars and restaurants. The special selection Japanese black beef course (特選黒毛和牛焼肉コース) offers 130 different kinds of dishes for all-you-can eat at 8,000 yen per person. This 120-minute buffet style course is a perfect opportunity to taste all parts of quality Japanese beef.
HP: sei26.com/ (Japanese Only)
Address: Ground Floor, Taniyasu Building, 1-3-4, Dōjima, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 530-0003, Japan (Google Map)
7. Eikatei, Tenjin-bashi (七輪焼肉 榮華亭 天神橋本店 [天神橋])及良 及影/Flickr
Eikatei is in the Tenjin-bashi area, known as the ‘kitchen of Osaka citizens.’ Our recommendation is the ‘Mega all-you-can-eat course’ (メガ食べ放題）, which offers 109 different dishes ranging from beef, pork, à la carte dishes, grills to desserts. The price of this all-you-can-eat course is 2,700 yen for men, 2,500 yen for women, 1,600 yen for school children (~6th grade), and free of charge for small children. With additional 500 yen, you can add an all-you-can-drink option for all non-alcoholic drinks, and with 1,000 yen you can drink all alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
HP: r.gnavi.co.jp/c513306 (Japanese Only)
Address: 2-3-31, Honjō-Higashi, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 531-0074, Japan (Google Map)
8. Sakuraya, Umeda (さくら家 個室居酒屋 梅田店 [梅田])
Sakuraya offers unbelievable an all-you-can-eat course at only 2,990 yen, for which you can eat all the famous Japanese food such as yakiniku, shabu-shabu and sukiyaki, along with appetizers, main course dishes, totaling 100 different kinds of dishes. In addition to the price, the appeal of Sakuraya is that you can enjoy your meal in a comfortable, private compartmentalized seats. The interior of Sakuraya is decorated with sakura, a Japanese cherry blossom, after which this restaurant is named.
Address: 3rd Floor, Umeda Plaza Building, Taiyūji-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 530-0051, Japan (Google Map)
9. Ajibil Kashin, Umeda (あじびる 花心 梅田店 [梅田])
Kashin’s all-you-can-eat course includes steaks, yakiniku, appetizers, garnish of fresh vegetables and rice for only 3,780 yen per person. We recommend this restaurant if you would like to eat Japanese appetizers and other dishes in addition to steaks and yakiniku.
HP: www.ajibil.com/e-street/ (Japanese Only)
Address: 5-8, Dōyama-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 530-0027, Japan (Google Map)
10. Kagura, Sōemon-sho (神楽 ～かぐら～ 宗右衛門町店 [難波])
For 2,480 yen (women) / 2,680 yen (men), you can drink and eat as much as you would like, including yakiniku and desserts. This restaurant is built in a style that resembles a Japanese traditional house, and you will find yourself relaxing sitting in a table seat with horigotastu. Kagura is available for parties for a large group as well.
Address: Sōemon-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 542-0084, Japan(Google Map)
11. Tekomai, Umeda (てこ舞 [梅田])
In spite of its excellent location, at Tekomai you can enjoy steaks and non-alcoholic drinks as much as you would like for only 1,400 yen (women)/ 1,780 yen (men) on weekdays. This amazing course includes steaks, pork dishes, hamburgsteaks, sausages and soft ice cream desserts. (For all-you-can-eat course during lunchtime on weekdays, reservation is necessary at least 24-hours prior.)
Address: 4-16, Dōyama-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 530-0027, Japan (Google Map)
12. Gyūkaku, Umeda-Hankyū Higashi Dōri, (焼肉酒家 牛角 （梅田阪急東通り店）[梅田])
If you would like to try various types of yakiniku, we recommend Gyūkaku’s 90-minute all-you can eat course (堪能コース). For 5,000 yen per person, you can eat all different parts of beef, seafood, fresh vegetables, noodles, coups, and desserts. Of course, this course includes all-you-can-drink option, so that you can enjoy quality yakiniku with your favorite alcoholic drinks as well. HP: www.gyukaku.ne.jp/ (Japanese Only)
Address: Ground Floor, Umeda Moko Building, Komatsubara-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 530-0018, Japan (Google Map)
13. Manpuku-Ichiba, Sōemon-cho (まんぷく市場 （宗右衛門町店） [難波])
At this restaurant, your three-hour all-you-can-eat course includes Japanese beef yakiniku and sushi, which you can enjoy in a private room at 3,980 yen. In addition, you can order fresh vegetables, deep-fried chicken, french fries, soups and other dishes. Sōemon-cho is a popular town known for its nightlife, so this is a good place to start your enjoyable night in Osaka.
Address: 1-15, Sōemon-cho, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 542-0084, Japan (Google Map)
14. it’s Osaka, Tennō-ji, Abeno (it’s 大阪～これが大阪流～ [天王寺・阿倍野])
At it’s Osaka, you can enjoy your all-you-can-eat course even during lunch hours, with all-you-can-drink included for only 3,480 yen. With the variety of beef, pork, chicken yakiniku, fresh vegetable garnish, soups and desserts, your 120-minute all-you-can-eat course will definitely be a satisfying one. The drink menu includes beers, shōchū (Japanese liquors distilled from potatoes, wheat etc.), cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages. One word of caution: you will be charged with an extra fee for leftovers, so make sure you visit this restaurant when you’re hungry and ready to eat!
Address: B1 Floor, Abeno Lucias, 1-5-1, Abeno-Suji, Abeno-ku, Osaka City, Osaka, 545-0052, Japan (Google Map)