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Kushikatsu Gojoya

Kushikatsu Gojoya Description

Kushikatsu Gojoya is a unique and captivating restaurant located in Osaka, Japan. Specializing in kushikatsu, a popular Japanese dish consisting of deep-fried skewered meat, vegetables, and seafood, this restaurant takes this traditional cuisine to a whole new level.

What sets Kushikatsu Gojoya apart from other dining establishments is their commitment to quality and innovation. They have mastered the art of creating perfectly crispy and flavorful kushikatsu, using only the freshest ingredients. Each skewer is carefully prepared and cooked to perfection, resulting in a delightful combination of textures and flavors.

The restaurant's interior is modern and stylish, with a cozy and welcoming atmosphere. The open kitchen allows guests to witness the skilled chefs in action, as they expertly prepare and fry each skewer. The menu offers a wide variety of kushikatsu options, including classic choices like beef, chicken, and shrimp, as well as unique and creative combinations like cheese-stuffed mushrooms and bacon-wrapped asparagus.

Whether you're a fan of Japanese cuisine or simply looking for a memorable dining experience, Kushikatsu Gojoya is a must-visit restaurant in Osaka. Their dedication to quality, innovative menu options, and inviting atmosphere make it a standout choice for food lovers.

Kushikatsu Gojoya Overview


2-chōme-1-11 Uchihiranomachi, Chuo Ward, Osaka 540-0037


+81 (0) 6-6945-5045


4 minutes walk from Temmabashi Station on the subway or Keihan line.

Operating Hours

Sun: Closed
Mon: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Tue: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Wed: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Thur: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Fri: 5:30PM-11:00PM
Sat: 5:30PM-11:00PM

Payment methods


Restaurant Features

Reservations Accepted

Wine List



Sake Selection

Kushikatsu Gojoya Reviews

Kushikatsu Gojoya Google Average Rating



This restaurant is a must go. You’ll enjoy both the food and the experience.
I Will definitely be visiting again.


Small intimate space. Great service. There was a very drunk and rowdy table seated right behind me and the server was attentive and noticed and offered to move me. He also gave us a free side order of my choosing. Very interesting omakase kushikatsu. The chefs will explain everything from how to eat it and what sauce to dip it in.


The guideline for the Omakase Kushikatsu course is
・10 pieces 1650 yen
・15 pieces 2475 yen
・20 pieces 3300 yen
・25 pieces 4125 yen
This is a system that will fry it until it stops.

They will give you detailed explanations of the skewers and tell you which one goes best with salt, sauce, and ponzu sauce.
"Please use your favorite seasonings."
I'm glad I don't have to fail because I'm completely thrown at it ♡

It was so delicious that I forgot to take a photo.
What I received on this day
◆Natural shrimp salt
◆Miyazaki beef sauce
◆Tuna and betta shiso roll with ponzu sauce
◆Sunazuri and sweet potato salt
◆Tomato salad sauce
◆Squid and Saki squid kimchi
(The black stuff around it is squid ink) Salt
◆Daikoku shimeji and whelk shellfish with ponzu sauce
◆Brussels sprout pie with Italian mullet
◆Shrimp, herring roe, and smoked cheese, salt
◆Samgyeopsal with pork and sardines
◆Yacon (tastes like pear) and baby cheese with salt
◆Kumquat, duck meat, Nozawana, salt
◆Drooling hormone
◆German potato and corned beef salt
◆Tomato rice cake salt
◆Apple and cod with milt chardonnay sauce
◆Shark fin yuba rolls
◆Avocado and beans salad salt
◆Anpo persimmon and red bean liver topped with Shaoxing wine jelly
◆Lotus root and natto miso salt
◆Oysters, paprika, almonds, salt
◆Yamatoimo and shungiku
◆bonito flakes and salted kelp soup stock
◆Fried cartilage with salt
◆Kintoki Carrot Cake

Leave the skewers served on a plate or topped with an arranged sauce as is.
There is also a dish made with dried bonito flakes and salted kelp soup stock that is like a chopstick rest dish.
All the skewers are served at a fast pace, and each skewer has a variety of flavors such as Japanese, Italian, French, and Chinese, so you'll never get tired of it~❤︎

Delicious skewers and red wine went well too.

Ochazuke and rice balls are also available for an additional fee, so even the pickiest eaters will be satisfied!

Even though it was a weekday, there were reservations after us, and it was a huge success with 3 rotations!
By the way, payment is only in cash.

Thank you for the meal☆

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