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Cuisine
Nabe / Sukiyaki / Shabu Shabu
Average cost
Dinner: ¥13,000 - ¥25,000
This Namba shabu-shabu restaurant uses Hokkaido kombu and Kagoshima bonito in its dashi, imparting its organic vegetables with a deep and complex flavor.

Restaurant Details

Run by the same management as the highly popular Osaka Italian restaurant BELLA PORTO, shabu-shabu specialist Taz-Ya takes a similar approach to sourcing its ingredients. At Taz-Ya, only organic, pesticide-free ingredients from the company’s own farm are used in the hotpot, supplemented with vegetables from producers all over Japan who have made similar commitments to sustainable, natural production. The hotpot broth itself is incredibly finely made, used with premium ingredients sourced from the furthest corners of the country. Echoing the genesis of dashi in the late Sengoku Period via the traditional convergence of ingredients from the two extreme ends of Japan, Taz-Ya uses Honkarebushi bonito flakes from Kagoshima Prefecture in the south, and konbu seaweed from Shirokuchihama from the frigid seas at the southern tip of Hokkaido. Its mirin cooking wine, meanwhile, is three-year-aged Fukuraijun from Gifu Prefecture. All these premium ingredients are put together, undergoing an extensive aging process that brings out a deep flavor that is complex and rich, even by dashi standards. The intense flavor of the broth augments the natural sweetness of the organic vegetables, top-quality Omi beef and rustic Tokachi pork for a shabu-shabu experience unlike any other.
Dining Courses
Free-Range Pork Belly & Loin Tasting Comparison Shabu-Shabu Hotpot + All-You-Can-Drink
Evening
¥ 13,000
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Which do you prefer — the fatty goodness of pork belly, or the firmer, leaner cut of loin? Taz-Ya Namba lets you compare the best of both in their tasting comparison course. And what an example it is; the restaurant uses free-range Tokachi pork, one of the signature products of Japan’s northern breadbasket.
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Which do you prefer — the fatty goodness of pork belly, or the firmer, leaner cut of loin? Taz-Ya Namba lets you compare the best of both in their tasting comparison course. And what an example it is; the restaurant uses free-range Tokachi pork, one of the signature products of Japan’s northern breadbasket.
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¥ 13,000
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Free-Range Pork & Wagyu Beef Tasting Comparison Shabu-Shabu + Premium Sake All-You-Can-Drink
Evening
¥ 16,300
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Clash of the titans: Tokachi pork from Hokkaido and domestic wagyu beef. Diners are spoilt for choice here with the Free-Range Pork & Wagyu Beef Tasting Comparison. The free-range Tokachi pork used is one of the signature products of Japan’s northern breadbasket, while wagyu beef’s reputation speaks for itself. Shabu-shabu is best accompanied with a glass of premium sake, and Taz-Ya has that in spades.
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Clash of the titans: Tokachi pork from Hokkaido and domestic wagyu beef. Diners are spoilt for choice here with the Free-Range Pork & Wagyu Beef Tasting Comparison. The free-range Tokachi pork used is one of the signature products of Japan’s northern breadbasket, while wagyu beef’s reputation speaks for itself. Shabu-shabu is best accompanied with a glass of premium sake, and Taz-Ya has that in spades.
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¥ 16,300
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Taz-ya Namba Access Info

Taz-Ya Namba is accessible a 5-minute walk from Namba Station, or a 3-minute walk from Nippombashi Station.

Taz-ya Namba Phone Number

06-6567-8373

Taz-ya Namba Business Days

Sunday
05:00 PM
11:00 PM
Monday
05:00 PM
11:00 PM
Tuesday
05:00 PM
11:00 PM
Wednesday
05:00 PM
11:00 PM
Thursday
05:00 PM
11:00 PM
Friday
05:00 PM
11:00 PM
Saturday
05:00 PM
11:00 PM

Taz-ya Namba Address

2F, 1-8 Nanbasennichimae, Chuo Ward, Osaka, 542-0075

Taz-ya Namba Cancellation Policy

Cancel your reservation at least 2 days before the dining start time to receive a full refund minus a 3.2% transaction fee.
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Restaurant location

Osaka Prefecture is the birthplace of Kansai-style okonomiyaki and many classic Japanese street foods. Centered around Osaka (the prefectural capital), the clash of trade, traditions, and modern technologies contributes to the dynamic energy of this prefecture overlooking Osaka Bay.
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