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Kushiage in Osaka - does it have to be expensive?

arturchik | Sep 17, 201708:17 AM     2

Dear community
I read multiple recommendations that in order to try Kushiage, it should be Rokkakutei or Wasabi. However, as I was looking at Tabelog, there appears to be a really significant price drop between those two (and maybe 1-2 more) and literally the rest of kushiage restaurants.

So is it only worth trying in those 2-3 expensive ones (and to be fair, higher rated ones) or there is plenty of great Kushiage to be tried outside of those restaurants?

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