Hard Rock Cafe Osaka
Est. January 17, 1992
To honor Japan's Emperor, Nintoku, Osaka Castle was built in his memory and is the largest resting place of its kind in the world. Located less than 5 kilometers from Hard Rock Cafe Osaka, this famous castle is a majestic urban oasis in every season. This sense of tradition and history permeates the very fabric of this ancient city, and Hard Rock Cafe Osaka projects a tradition and history all its own. Our cafe is located in a former bank site in Hommachi, and the interior includes unique elements like an original bank vault that’s been transformed into a private bar.
Combining Old & New
Experience a little Japanese tradition at the Hard Rock Cafe Osaka. To capture the spirit of the old and the new that makes Osaka such a vibrant metropolis in the Kansai area of Japan, our cafe features memorabilia from rock days past and present, including Paul McCartney’s Ovation six-string guitar, Elvis Presley’s black karate-gi, and Madonna’s faux fur Versace coat from the New York Fashion Show in 1997. Delicacies are available in abundance from our world-renowned menu that combines the Oriental with the Occidental, a notable Osaka characteristic. Our familiar pink Cadillac above the front doors is as traditional a symbol to the people of Osaka as Emperor Nintoku's hallowed spot.