Osaka
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  • Osaka: Shinsekai and Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine Photoshoot Tour

    1. Osaka: Shinsekai and Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine Photoshoot Tour

    After arrival at the meeting point, the photographer-guide will take you on an unforgettable adventure through Shinsekai and Tsutenkaku. Explore the local spots, and pose for photos in front of Tsutenkaku. Then, walk around the most photogenic places in Shinsekai recommended by photographers. After taking photos in Shinsekai, stroll along the local shopping street to a local tram station. At the station, take photos with a colorful tram. If there are not so many passengers, you can also have photos taken inside the tram carriage. About 15 minutes later, you will arrive at the Torii gate of Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine, one of the most historical buildings in Osaka. In the shrine, have photos taken with the famous bridge and lanterns at sunset.

  • Osaka: Private Guided Tour by Public Transportation

    2. Osaka: Private Guided Tour by Public Transportation

    Meet your guide at JR Osaka station and first visit the Umeda Sky Building and Kuchu Teien Observatory, one of the most famous buildings in the city, known for its striking architectural design. Then, take a short train ride and visit Osaka Castle. This famous castle is home to a museum where you can learn about its historical significance. See various traditional military artefacts from the time of its construction. From the top floor of the castle, there is an observation deck where you can enjoy spectacular views of the entire city. Take another train ride to the Shinsaibashi district, a major shopping hub in Osaka where long-established department stores and international luxury brands are located. Walk to Dotonbori Street, one of the most colorful and lively areas of the city, where you can snap some photos of the striking advertisements all around you. Stroll down Hozenji-Yokocho,...

  • From Osaka : Private Full-day Tour to Kyoto

    3. From Osaka : Private Full-day Tour to Kyoto

    Start the tour with pick up from central Osaka and travel to historic Kyoto. Over the course of the day, you'll be presented with a balanced view of this historic city and its surroundings. The Arashiyama district is the first stop, and it is here where you'll be introduced to Japanese garden and temple design. Tenryu-ji Temple has one of the most outstanding, timeless examples of Japanese gardens surrounding it's simple-but-majestic temple buildings. Then it's time for a walk up through the famous bamboo grove - a photo opportunity not to be missed - before arriving at the entrance to luxurious Okochi Sanso. Here you will try some matcha (Japanese green tea), before exploring the winding paths that connect the buildings, views, and garden areas. Afterwards, you'll enjoy a stroll alongside the river, then have free time for lunch and even a bit of shopping, if you wish. Next, enjoy th...

  • Osaka: Private Photoshoot with Professional Photographer

    4. Osaka: Private Photoshoot with Professional Photographer

    Spend an hour strolling through Osaka with a professional photographer to capture the best possible images of your tour. Learn about local monuments and do a photo shoot with your loved ones on a family-friendly tour accommodating a wide range of abilities. Receive professional instruction on how to take Instagram-ready images that you will cherish for a lifetime.

  • Osaka: Shinsekai Food Tour

    5. Osaka: Shinsekai Food Tour

    Explore the hidden gem of Shinsekai with your guides and discover the real Osaka. Osaka’s Shinsekai district is a vibrant place combining modern and traditional cuisine. Fill your belly with some of the best food you will have in Japan. Discover hidden, original establishments which have been chosen by two local expert guides. Wander in and around the markets that serve traditional Osakan food for an authentic local experience.  Make your way to the first eatery, a takoyaki, or battered octopus balls, stall. Then visit an Izakaya restaurant and sample some bluefin tuna, salmon, and squid sashimi. Also taste the locally invented kushikatsu, which are lightly deep-fried vegetables, meats and seafood on skewers. Head off the beaten path and visit a cosy, traditional Japanese restaurant you will get dishes of mouthwatering nikudoufu or beef and tofu stew...

    This was a fantastic night food tour with Andy, our tour guide. He took me to some super local places and described each delicious dish in great detail.

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What people are saying about Osaka

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

It was so much fun! I ended up being the only one on the tour which made it an even more personalized experience! It was a nice mix of tourist hotspots and local hangouts. Shoutout to my guide Luca who not only showed me all the delicious food but also added in cultural facts and personal stories which made the experience even more enjoyable! 10/10 would recommend, especially if you are a solo traveler like me! It is a lot of food so make sure to come hungry!

Amazing local restaurants and street food stands plus some hints on Osaka history presented by great guide/mate are the perfect combination for a excellent night out little far behind the major touristic dotombori area. And food very nice, yes could be challenging somehow but so distant from the classic I had in mind and imdeed so satisfatory. Little piece of joy mixed with cultural shock. Totally recommended both Osaka and the tour.

The tour with Luca was great! The food was delicious and loved the stories about the lacal food and the neighbourhood. I can really recommend this tour to everybody of every age. Make sure you don't eat too much before the tour because you will get a lot of food during the tour!

This was a fantastic night food tour with Andy, our tour guide. He took me to some super local places and described each delicious dish in great detail.

Andy was the Greatest. We had such a good time. So much fun. So much good food. So much good storys. We loved it. Ralph and Cord