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Maidreamin Maid Café is a coffee shop in DenDen town, close to Namba station. The inside of the shop looks like a dollhouse and  the maids are actually part of the attraction themselves.
Away from the neon lights of Namba and just moments from the office towers of Umeda, on a quiet street in Osaka’s Fukushima District is Ayamuya, the ONLY yakitori shop in Osaka to earn a Michelin star. Courses start from around 2000 yen in this hole in the wall eatery with plenty of character.
Chef Tanaka is a licensed wine-sommelier who trained at the best restaurants before starting here. Consistent with the theme of Dining Tabi, he adopts the essence of “Makanai Ryori”. He offers inimitable cuisine with using seasonal ingredients and the best matching Sake.
The Meiji Chocolate Factory is conveniently located between Osaka and Kyoto on the JR Kyoto line, in Takatsuki. You can’t miss it, as the world’s biggest chocolate coloured bar is located right next to the train tracks.
When in Osaka, visit Namiyoshian to try their signature Mitarashi dango and other types of wagashi.
Cafe Talisman offers Sailor Moon-themed treats with a sophisticated twist. 
Moomin treats and goods at the Moomin Stand in Tennoji, Osaka.
Ikkaku is a small chain restaurant which originated in Kagawa and now serves up incredible, succulent chicken in Osaka, Yokohama, Takamatsu and Marugame. The secret recipe keeps people coming back and queues for take away is quite common. Rumors have it that the secret taste has elements of garlic and paprika.