The best Wagyu beef cooked and enjoyed over a irori hearth.

The "irori" is a traditional sunken hearth placed in the center of traditional Japanese abodes filled with ash and fired with wood and charcoal. It also served as a place for the family and people to gather, talk and to enjoy each other's company over the ages.
With irori's slowly disappearing from modern day life, especially in the cities, a luxurious meal and time of relaxation and bliss around an irori is certainly not one to miss.

The low melting point of Awaji Beef which enhances its flavor and texture.

Only the beef produced from Tajima Cows raised on Awaji Island and which clears extremely stringent requirements are receive the name of Awaji beef. Additionally, the cattle which produce Awaji beef are also used as the breeding cows of the world-renowned Kobe beef and Matsuzaka beef and so Awaji beef is also known as the birthplace of Japan's premium brand cattle.
The Awaji beef served at Mahoroba are only the best cuts which are curated first-hand and procured directly from our contracted cattle vendors and are of the highest freshness and quality.

The use of Kishu Bincho charcoal.

The Irori is filled with Kishu Bincho charcoal and the heat released from the charcoal thoroughly cooks both the outside and inside of the meat.
Unlike how teppanyaki and conventional yakiniku is cooked, the surface of the meat is not damaged by the heat and so its original umami and tender texture is preserved almost entirely. We hope you have a chance to experience our style of Yakiniku where beef cooked to perfection can be enjoyed.

A warm atmosphere designed after a traditional Japanese cellar.

The interior and atmosphere inside is one of warmth and depth which was designed after the image of a traditional Japanese cellar. Seating is separated in to small cozy private rooms where guests can forget about hustle and bustle of the city and spend a time of relaxation and rest. We hope our guests can feel rejuvenated by their time spent in the warmth of the wood interior around them and the heat of the irori hearth they sit around.


Restaurant Information

Restaurant Name Mahoroba Irori Shinsaibashi
Address 〒542-0083
BE’S50 Bldg 1st Floor, Higashi-Shinsaibashi 1-16-32, Chuoku, Osaka
Telephone No. 06-6243-1129
Closed Irregular
Business Hours Lunch: 12:00 to 14:00
(Last order 13:30, Last order for drinks 13:30)

Dinner: 17:30 to 23:00
(Last order 21:30, Last order for drinks 21:30)
Access Subway:
Approx 4 minute walk from Shinsaibashi Station of Osaka Metro
Approx 5 minute walk from Nagahoribashi Station of Osaka Metro Nagahori Tsurumi-Ryokuchi Line
Menu Specially Selected Japan's Best Flavors Course ¥25,000
Japan's Best Flavors Course: ¥15,000
Japan's Best Flavors Lunch Course (with Unagi) ¥7,000
Japan's Best Flavors Lunch Course ¥6,000
Seasonal Limited Strictly-Selected Crab Course: ¥33,000 (Prices may change depending on procurement) ※ Limited from Jan to March