March 23rd - 27th
March 23rd - 27th
IEEE VR 2019: the 26th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces
March 23-27, 2019, Osaka, Japan
Puffer Fish, or Fugu in Japanese, is a famous poisonous fish. In Japan, licensed chefs cook non-poisoned parts, so it is 100% safe. Fugu is the crisp and deliciousness. You can enjoy various kinds of dishes such as sashimi, fried fish nuggets, hot sake with grilled fins and so on. The meals are a little expensive (3,000 to 10,000 yen/person) but excellent.
Middle: ©Osaka Convention & Tourism Bureau, Right: https://www.flickr.com/photos/ryumu/2953559756
Kushi-katsu is a Japanese dish of fried skewered chicken, pork, seafood, and seasonal vegetables. like sushi restaurants. In Osaka, you eat kushi-katsu after dipping your skewer into the provided sauce. The commonsense rule of Osaka-style kushi-katsu is that it is prohibited to dip the kushi-katsu with the mouth into the sauce again (no double dipping). Kushi-katsu is fast, easy to eat and cheap (up to 100 yen/skewer) food.
Left: Wikipedia Yakiniku
Yaki-niku is a Japanese style barbeque, mixed with beef and vegetables on gridirons over a flame. Osaka is the most famous city for yaki-niku in Japan. You eat baked meats after dipping in special soy sauce. You can try various parts of beef such as loin, filet, short rib, tongue outside skirt, and liver.
Right: ©Osaka Convention & Tourism Bureau
Okonomi-yaki is a Japanese pizza-like pancake containing various ingredients such as vegetables, noodles, and pork. Osaka is famous for okonomiyaki as well as Hiroshima. In Osaka-style okonomi-yaki restaurants, you can enjoy making your okonomi-yaki and tako-yaki by yourself.
Top left: ©Osaka Convention & Tourism Bureau