Evening Street Food Hopping Tour in Downtown Osaka

Evening Street Food Hopping Tour in Downtown Osaka
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$109.39
Duration: 3 hours
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Enjoy the best street food experience with a professional local guide on your private tour. Osaka, the city of merchants, is the place with the nickname “the kitchen of Japan” since it has long been the center of the rice exchange market and was the logistic hub during the Samurai age. The unique atmosphere and culinary culture of Osaka remains unchanged even today after around 300 years. In the evening, neon billboards light up every corner of the city. You will have a chance to experience this local way of life as you hop around the street food stands and restaurants.

Pickup at your hotel in Osaka at 6:00 PM and transfer to downtown for this exciting street food hopping experience.

During the all-inclusive private tour, visit the food stands of gyoza dumplings, takoyaki octopus balls, and ramen noodles and also have a choice of an Izakaya, a casual type of pubs that serves grilled sea foods, vegetables and Japanese tapas, kushikatsu deep fried skewered foods, and okonomiyaki Japanese styled pizzas or savory pancakes. Beer, sake, other alcoholic or soft drinks are included. While hopping around the downtown enjoying the mouth-watering food, enjoy the lively atmosphere of those gourmet streets filled with unique billboards and store signs, such as huge moving crabs, puffer fish, big sushi chef’s hands on the wall, etc. Many food stands and shops stay open until late at night and some of them are open 24 hours, so our guests will be released there in the end of the tour. 

Tour ends near the Dohtonbori area in downtown Osaka where is convenient for you to continue enjoying the nightlife in Osaka.

Enjoy the best street food experience with a professional local guide on your private tour. Osaka, the city of merchants, is the place with the nickname “the kitchen of Japan” since it has long been the center of the rice exchange market and was the logistic hub during the Samurai age. The unique atmosphere and culinary culture of Osaka remains unchanged even today after around 300 years. In the evening, neon billboards light up every corner of the city. You will have a chance to experience this local way of life as you hop around the street food stands and restaurants.