千羽鶴 Senbazuru, which literally means, one thousand origami cranes, unveils one of Japan’s mystical creatures -- the crane -- who is said to live for a thousand years! Ancient Japanese legend vows that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes
will be granted a wish by the gods.
At Senbazuru, we believe food is a gateway to culture.
Food is an expression of one’s cultural identity beautifully intertwined and imprinted at the core of one’s being. Food grants us access to a world of flavors, eagerly awaiting to be discovered. It allows us to experience something new, different, while simultaneously uncover an untrodden region of the world, its customs, its history with awe, gusto and delight. In the here and now, food can serve as a conduit to broaden one’s horizons, experience unventured cultures, savor the unknown. It is, as a result of this new encounter, that a new sense of being is born. Join us at Senbazuru as we explore culture
through the world of tapas and beyond!
Savory blend of housemade pork and chicken broth, thick wavy noodles, topped with chashu pork, scallions, bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, fish cake, nori seaweed and a seasoned half boiled egg
Experience a new way of relating to your Ramen Noodles - by dipping them into the broth! At Senbazuru, we invite you to discover the world of Tsukemen! Thick wavy noodles, ground Miso chicken, scallions, bean sprouts, fish cake, sesame seeds, nori seaweed
Delicate pescaterian Shoyu broth, thin noodles, salmon balls, fish cake, bamboo shoots, scallions, nori seaweed and a seasoned half boiled egg
Thick Ramen Noodles with housemade Mentaiko paste, scallions, kinshi egg, black pepper, nori seaweed
Thick Ramen Noodles with house made oyster paste, red onions, sesame seeds, lemon, nori seaweed
(Limited Lunch Only/Preorder Available)
Our signature Bento Box comes with steamed rice with furikake, renkon, tamago yaki with shiso, potato salad, green beans, shibazuke pickles, salad, a personal choice of protein*. Miso soup on the House.
* Tonkastu (Pork), Breaded Shrimp, Chicken Karaage, Age Tofu.
Rice with choice of protein. Kabayaki sauce, kinishi egg, lettuce, scallions, nori seaweed.
Spicy potatoes, aonori, lime
Breaded shrimp, spicy mayo, scallions
Steamed or fried (5) with ponzu sauce (chicken or vegetable)
Savor Osaka's Soul Food: Takoyaki!
Pancake bite octopus balls, kabayaki sauce, spicy mayo, katsuobushi, aonori, red ginger, scallions
Regular or spicy with salt
Fried sweet peppers with salt
A common Japanese treat, known as "musubi", is a rice ball or triangle made with steamed rice. Protein: Chashu pork or Mentaiko