Appealing to the five senses, Michelin starred Innovative restaurant
7 minute walk from Sakaisuji Hommachi station, or 8 minute walk from Tanimachi 4 Chome station(Subway Chuo Line). Approximately 20 minutes by car from Shinkansen Shin-Osaka station. The first floor of the building facing Matsuyamachi street, which is an office area in Osaka. A comfortable space makes the guest feel the nature with plenty of wooden furniture, relaxing away from the busy city. Owner chef Mr. Fujiwara was born to a genuinely chef family and studied at the Michelin star restaurant in Italy and Spain, like the restaurant "L'Esguard" . After returning home, he inherited from the previous generation and started the innovative restaurant "Fujiya 1935".
"The moment human being feels 'delicious' for the first time, it is because the taste received by the tongue was sent to the brain. Not only the taste but also appeals to the five senses by coloring and arranging, knowing that taste by evoking knowledge and experience. I would like to create a dish that stimulates the brain, therefore it is important to sublime my own knowledge and experience and express it on cooking" Mr. Fujiwara said. The belief that "Taste comes from the brain" as inherited from the teacher serves as the main axis of cooking and has established his own innovative dish. Chef Fujiwara rewards Michelin stars in the "Innovative" genre. He wishes the guest to enjoy original dishes that are only styled in "Fujiya 1935" with true self. It is a restaurant worth visiting all the way from far.