Popular food chain Osaka Ohsho, which specializes in Japanese-Chinese food and is known in Japan mainly for its jumbo gyōza dumplings, aims to take advantage of a surge in demand for Japanese cuisine in China by opening a string of outlets in Shanghai this year.

Bringing the taste of Osaka to the Chinese food mecca, Osaka Fun Dining Osaka Ohsho features new menus offering specialty dishes not found at its eateries in Japan including savory okonomiyaki pancake fritters and kushi-katsu skewered pork cutlets.

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