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Dotonbori Culture Tour of Osaka in Namba with English-Speaking Guide


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Get welcomed to Osaka with the massive lion greeting you at Yasaka Shrine. See how the culture of the city developed through visits to Doguyasuji, Kuromon Market, and the Bunraku Museum on this fun walking tour.

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made after 17:00 local time, 3 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Activity Detail

Pricing Details

Prices Starts From:23-09-2013   Ends On:01-01-2038    Available Days:   All Days
Adult (Age 12 & Up) $46
Child (Age 0-11) $0


  • English-speaking guide

Start Timings

  • 10:00


  • 2 (hrs)

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • Short walk from Namba Station on the Midosuji Subway Line and the Nankai Line.
    There will be your guide showing a welcome board with the trademark on the left.
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Additional Notes

  • Travel insurance is recommended.
  • This activity operates regardless of weather.

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • Walking shoes
  • Fees exclude meals & drinks, transportation fees, admission fees and personal expenses.


Dotonbori Culture Tour of Osaka in Namba with English-Speaking Guide
10:00:00 Check-in at Osaka Visitors' Information Center Namba

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Namba Parks
A shopping mall with a rooftop garden, Namba Parks is a great spot to see seasonal flowers in the center of the city!
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Yasaka Shrine
While Namba Yasaka Shrine is near downtown Osaka, it has a quiet atmosphere that comes from its long history. The unique lion-shaped stage is said to swallow your troubles with its big mouth!
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Doguyasuji Shopping Arcade
You'll understand why Osaka is called the 'Nation's Kitchen' when you visit this street, filled with shops specializing in items used in cooking and serving cuisine! You can find traditional culinary items unique to Japan, as well as cute souvenirs like chopsticks, pretty cups and food samples!
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Kuromon Market
Known as Osaka's Kitchen, this market has 150 shops and over 190 years of history. Grab a freshly made snack, or find some of your favorite Japanese foods and ingredients to take home with you.
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National Bunraku Theater
Bunraku (puppet drama) is a traditional Japanese performing art that originated in Osaka in the 17th century and is designated as Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. The theater has an exhibition room where you can see a demonstration and the construction of the puppets.
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Experience the hustle and bustle of Osaka, and make sure to take a picture in front of the famous Glico sign! Check out the huge decorations on the restaurants, like giant moving crabs, fugu (pufferfish) and more!
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12:30:00 Tour Ends as Ebisu-bashi Bridge

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