Shinjuku Takashimaya|Restaurants Park


ニュー松坂 New Matsusaka 14F

Please enjoy the chef's exquisite skills as they cook right before your eyes, using carefully selected ingredients.

Established in 1956, we are a long-standing teppanyaki restaurant in Osaka. We offer Matsusaka beef and Kobe beef that are not only delicious but also pleasing to the eye, as well as fresh seafood. Our menu also includes a diverse selection of vegetables sourced from various regions of Japan, carefully chosen season by season. Using meticulously selected ingredients from both domestic and international sources, our dedicated chef will prepare them right in front of you, embodying the unchanged spirit of hospitality since our founding. Savor the deliciousness of freshly grilled dishes with all your senses, and spend a precious moments with your loved ones.

Please enjoy precious moments with your loved ones here.

At the time-honored teppanyaki restaurant "New Matsusaka," we hold dear to its distinct flavors and the heartfelt hospitality.
We are constantly refining our craft to offer dishes that deeply resonate with our customers' hearts.Moreover, we continuously strive to ensure that every moment spent at "New Matsusaka" becomes a cherished memory for our guests.
11:00 - 22:00 (Last Order 21:00)
*Course menu Last Order at 20:00
*Closed from 15:00 - 17:00
*Business hours may be subject to change.
41 seats
lunch at least 2,200 yen
dinner at least 7,700 yen
*Menu items and prices are subject to change.
No smorking
  • Night view
  • With children
  • Business reception
  • Private room
  • Reservation

From the counter seats, which boast large windows, you can take in the dynamic panorama of Shinjuku Gyoen and the bustling city of Tokyo. Not only do we offer Kobe and Matsusaka beef, but we also provide the finest meats, handpicked seasonally from various regions across the country.
Experience the joy and wonder of dining through our assortment of seasonal vegetables and top-quality Japanese black wagyu and branded beef from across the nation.


Note: Please pardon us if the dishes here are sold out.