Where to Get Okonomiyaki in Like A Dragon Gaiden

The best food in town.

Finding odd items and food in Like A Dragon Gaiden can be tricky, with so many different places to shop in the game. Here’s how to get Okonomiyaki in Like A Dragon Gaiden.

Okonomiyaki Like A Dragon Item Location

If you’re out doing the Stroll and Patrol quests in like a Dragon Gaiden, you’ll undoubtedly run into multiple folks who are looking for some Okonomiyaki. This Japanese food item is highly sought after in Sotenbori.

To obtain Okonomiyaki, you’ll need to head over to the Sotenbori Footpath on the south side of the river. There will be a shop called Hiratai which is the only location that sells Okonomiyaki. You’ll want to stock up on it because chances are a few different folks will request it.

Of course, you can always come back and purchase more, but it’s better to be safe than sorry while you’re out on the town.

You can see the shop in the picture below. It has a red awning and two red paper lanterns on each side.

store front Gaiden
Screenshot By Prima Games

Hiratai sells three different types of Okonomiyaki, and each one you purchase doesn’t make a difference. You can give any of them to the folks looking for them in the missions and they will be satisfied.

How much does Okonomiyaki cost in Gaiden?

Luckily, Okonomiyaki only costs 800 Yen for the base one and 900 Yen for the deluxe versions. On top of using these for the Stroll and PAtrol missions, you’ll also be able to eat them during battle to restore some health. So it’s best to stock up on as many as you can carry.

food vendor Gaiden
Screenshot by Prima Games

Well, that’s everything you need to know about where to obtain Okonomiyaki in Like A Dragon Gaiden. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out Prima Games. You can also read our review of Gaiden.

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