Osaka Night Food Tour

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  • No booking fees
  • E-ticket/Mobile voucher
  • Walking tour
  • Food tour
  • duration 3 hours
  • tour type Private
  • minimum participants 2
  • age requirement 1+ years old
  • max group size 10
  • guiding method Live Guide/Instructor
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  • Starts Osaka, Japan
  • Ends Osaka, Japan
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Take secret paths off the main street and see the lights of a local shrine
  • Enjoy Osaka’s specialty, Kushikatsu (fried skewers)
  • Take the back roads and enjoy a hidden Japanese pub
  • Get a chance to enjoy many kinds of sushi and yakitori (skewers) as well as a classic bowl
This 3-hour Osaka Night Food Tour will take you on an unforgettable eating excursion through the busy streets and the hidden, less frequented parts of Minami (South) Osaka. Starting in the bright and busy Doutonburi area we will learn about Glico man, a Filipino sprinter named Fortunato Catalon who inspired a nation and a company! Similar to Shibuya (its counterpart in Tokyo) the lights and sounds of Dotounburi often lead you astray to overly-commercialized restaurants with queues of tourists outside. We want to take our guests to places they would certainly miss without a locals guidance. We will take secret alleys not long after we begin the tour toward the shrine wedged out of sight from the average passerby.

We will sample kushikatsu, (deep-fried meat and veggie skewers) a local take on yakitori and we will surprise you with a Michelin-rated street food stop for Osaka’s favorite snack– takoyaki (a kind of grilled octopus fritter). Next, travel down more narrow alleys and see some of the more unconventional restaurants and pubs. Your guide will then lead you to a local dinner spot. This shop is an izakaya or local pub with seasonal dishes that will intrigue and delight. You will enjoy yakitori (grilled skewers), sukiyaki (a delicious simmered beef hotpot), tempura other regional dishes, and 1 drink. This spot is very local, you will not find tourists here! Try a draft beer or Nihonshu (rice wine) with your tasty meal.

From there, we will show you a famous building full of hidden unorthodox bars, one after another. Every 5 feet there is a new door with a new adventure to be had. This area gives you the retro, artsy feel of a very hip and very unique cluster of bars. Finally, finish off with a tasty local street food dessert! As you say farewell to your guide you can explore more on your own in this fascinating part of town.
WHAT'S INCLUDED
  • Try local dishes at 4 food stops
  • 1 Drink
  • Traditional Japanese dessert
  • Local English speaking guide
WHAT'S EXCLUDED
  • Hotel pick up not included
  • Gratuity
  • Transportation costs
  • Additional drinks or food (not included but possible to purchase at guest expense).
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CANCELLATION

- 7+ days before tour’s date: full refund of tour fees minus any processing fees.
- 4 to 6 days before original tour date: 50% refund of tour fees minus any processing fees.
- 72 hours or less prior to tour: non-refundable
- Arigato Japan is not responsible for cancellation conditions or fees imposed by third party tour agency or any other company through which a service was booked.

Other Practical InformationDietary Restriction flexibility: Vegetarian, Pescetarian friendly *Family friendly tour (However, Strollers can be a difficult challenge, better to have body sling baby carriers) Activity level: Walking level Moderate.
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