Food and Drinks

[Osaka] Abeton (元祖 モダン焼 ねぎ焼 あべとん): Pioneering Okonomiyaki Elegance Since 1970 in Tennoji at Abechika, Directly Connected to Tennoji Abenobashi Station, Osaka

Abeton: Timeless Okonomiyaki Delights since 1970

Established in 1970, Abeton stands as a venerable haven for okonomiyaki enthusiasts. Originating during the Osaka Expo, it boasts a menu and atmosphere that harken back to the trends and culture of that bygone era. Cherished by locals and firmly rooted in Osaka’s Tennoji district, specifically the subterranean labyrinth known as “Abechika,” Abeton is a testament to enduring popularity.

At the heart of Abeton’s allure are its signature creations—the Modern-yaki and Negi-yaki. Modern-yaki, a culinary marvel, involves grilling okonomiyaki batter with the addition of soba or udon, allowing patrons to customize with various ingredients and toppings. Meanwhile, Negi-yaki is a literal symphony of green onions and pork infused into the okonomiyaki canvas.

For those seeking a lavish yet economical feast, the Manpuku Set steals the show during Abeton’s lunch hours (Monday to Friday, 11:00 to 14:00, excluding holidays). Priced at a reasonable 990 yen, this set includes mini negi-yaki, mini ton-tama, mini soba, rice, and miso soup. With the added temptation of yakisoba and rice complementing the iconic Modern-yaki and Negi-yaki, this set is an irresistible delight for enthusiasts of Kansai’s culinary treasures.

  • Name: Abeton
  • Address: 13-13 Horikoshicho, Tennoji-ku, Osaka
  • Phone: +81-(0)6-6779-5204
  • Hours: 11:00 – 22:00 
  • Closed On: Irregular
  • Number of Seats: 46
  • Budget: Lunch: – JPY1,000 / Dinner: – JPY3,000
  • Payment Options: Credit Cards Accepted

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