Hanamidori is the brand name of the poultry raised by our company. There are many different brands of poultry, just as there are many different brands of wagyu, such as Kobe beef and Ohmi Beef.
The quality of the taste of the chicken is fundamentally important in Mizutaki in which both the meat and soup stock is meant to be enjoyed, which is why we have bred our own brand of poultry in “Hanamidori” in order to provide the best Mizutaki experience possible. The soup stock and collagen from the chicken also has many health, and beauty benefits with Mizutaki experiencing a rapid growth in popularity all over Japan.
Japanese Mizutaki is a cuisine that is relatively unknown outside of Japan, however, we are proud to present the sweet-tasting and perfectly textured meat along with its rich soup; both dishes we are confident our guests will enjoy. We look forward to your visit at Hanamidori Osaka.
About our Locations in Osaka
Hanamidori has 3 locations in Osaka; the Umeda location, Hilton Plaza West location and Shinsaibashi location. All locations offer the same dishes. We ask that our guests select the location most convenient to their travel schedule and lodging situation.
Additionally, "Chicken & Nabe Cuisine Sukitchan" in Kitashinchi has been reopened after remodeling. With "Chicken and Nabe" as its concept, this location boasts a fresh line-up of new dishes while still preserving the never-changing traditional taste of Hanamidori's Mizutaki.
We are also able to accommodate large groups and guests with children. Requests regarding seating type (e.g. table seating, private room seating etc.) can be made from the reservation request form.
Enjoy Hanamidori’s rich soup filled with healthy ingredients perfect for beautiful skin and for your health. Start with a taste of Hanamidori’s rich chicken stock broth. After that, move on to a taste of rich taste of the chicken, and vegetables which blend to form a very delicious umami. Last but not least, finish off the ingredients by adding some rice or noodles into the pot. If adding noodles to the pot, the original taste is like having delicious ramen unlike anything you would find elsewhere. If adding rice to the pot, you get a very rich and savory porridge. It is Japanese culture to eat with everyone sharing a single pot, however you can be rest assured knowing that the staff wearing kimono can carefully assist in helping you cook the dishes.