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Great introduction to Japanese cuisine in authentic environment

Thank You a lot for both hostesses Yayo and Akane, great exprience. Marvalous lesson.

Osaka: 2.5-Hour Sushi Making Class Reviewed by Jari, 10/21/2018

An excellent way to be introduced to street food in Osaka

Our guide Mie was personable, knowledgeable and shared many insights into both Osaka’s street food and many other aspects of Japanese culture. More than enough food experiences over the 3 hour tour, insightful glimpses of Osaka night life and much fun. Well worth it. Thank you Mie

Osaka 3-Hour Evening Street Food Hopping Tour Reviewed by a GetYourGuide customer, 09/15/2018

Nice walk through highlights of Osaka. Easy pick up from my hotel.

My guide Sebastian was a student from Manilla with 1 year in Osaka. Able to speak Japanese and know the way in metro/walking around. Even before arrival he contacted my via whatsapp, which I thought was really good and helpfull. He had patience to guide me around while me taking pictures, and took good care of me with regular places for rests, coffee and lunch. He was really very nice and he showed me the key things. Thanks Sebastian!

Welcome to Osaka: Private Tour with a Local Host Reviewed by Neeltje, 09/10/2018

Very interesting. Great way to cover Osaka.

I was the only passenger on both the bus and the canal trip because it was winter so I thank you for still putting on this visit option.

Osaka: Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus and Boat Ticket Reviewed by a GetYourGuide customer, 03/02/2018

Great experience. Maximize my time and save on train fare

Wonder loop saves much of my time. Accurate and the drop off/pick up stations cover most important places that need to visit. It covers from histotical places, night life and shopping areas plus the cruise ship. No need for a your guide for 2 days. Just one suggestion, hope you could have a better pick up point at Namba visible to passengers.