Using a distinctive approach and innovative ideas, vibrant multi-course meals are served, each delivering an expression of the concept at Fujiya 1935. Seasonal specialties and natural ingredients create contrasting textures, flavors, and colors. An intricate story is woven together through a series of dishes that not only stimulate the palate, but draw you deeper into an emerging narrative.
Stripped of the inessential, you can relax and be yourself. You'll discover a deliciousness not only derived from gustation itself, but one elicited from the visual, olfactory, auditory, and tactile senses. Guests leave with an impressionable memory; one best understood through actual experience.

About Restaurant

Fujiya 1935 has an elegant minimalistic décor contrasting with the vivid presentation of the dishes. Chef Fujiwara uses each season’s delicacies to create his own unique and innovative mix of contemporary cuisine that tantalizes all senses. A fine selection of Spanish wine and Italian wine is available to match every dish. Located in Osaka, Fujiya 1935 has the honor of currently holding 2 Michelin Stars.

Restaurant Information

【Restaurant】Fujiya 1935
【Seating】19 seats(6 groups)
【Closed】Sundays & First Monday of every month. (Lunch not served on Wed. or Thu.)
【Smoking】Prohibited
【Wifi】None
【Dress Code】Business casual / semi-formal required. No casual wear (sandals, t-shirts, short pants etc.).
【Other】Special requests for celebrations may be accommodated

Reservation

【Reservations】
Reservations strongly recommended (Reservations accepted for single diners)
【How to reserve】
※Reservations can be made from reservation form. Pre-payment for course (with credit card or Paypal) required 3 days prior to reservation
Any additional orders made at the restaurant can be paid on the day of the reservation.

Keywords

【Category】
Fusion, Innovative, Modern Spanish
【Location】Japan, Kansai, Osaka, Sakaisuji-Honmachi, Tanimachi-yonchome
【Keywords】
Michelin, two stars, Osaka, Fusion, innovative, popular, luxury, reservation, Fujiya 1935