With a population of 2.5 million, Osaka is Japan’s third-largest and second most important city (after Tokyo and Yokohama being the first and second respectively). It has been the economic powerhouse of the country since olden times.
Osaka was formerly known as Naniwa. Before the Nara Period when the capital used to be moved with the reign of each new emperor. Naniwa was once Japan’s capital city.
Osaka is considered the food capital of Japan or the country’s kitchen. The people from the city rightly think that food is the best means of communication. During the last few years, Muslims, as well as some non-Muslims, have opened quite a few halal ethnic restaurants. Following is a list of a few of them. You may eat at any of these restaurants at your will. However, keeping in view Japan’s peculiar culture, we would advise you to confirm it beforehand about the ingredients of the food you are going to order at any of the below-mentioned hotels or any other hotel in the city.