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Evening Walking Tour of Osaka's Liveliest Locations


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Enjoy an evening strolling around Osaka and absorbing its lively atmosphere. Visit the famous areas of Dotonbori and Shinsekai and try some delicious Osaka-style snacks and street food along the way. An English-speaking local guide will bring you around Osaka after 5. View the difference in the modern city's vibrant atmosphere and its more historic backstreets. Experience the neon lights in Dotonbori, the historic Shinsekai as well as shopping areas Kuromon Ichiba market and Doguyasuji with its array of fake food! Don't forget to sample some famous Osaka snacks such as takoyaki (fried batter balls with octopus) and kushi-katsu (skewered meat and vegetables).

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made after 17:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

Activity Detail


  • English-speaking guide
  • Snacks

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Max Qty: 12 (Maximum tickets can be booked)

Start Timings

  • 17:00


  • 3 (hrs)


  • Children 12 years old and above can participate in this activity.

Additional Notes

  • Any additional food and drinks, meals at the end of the tour, souvenirs or personal expenses are not included in the price of the tour.

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • Walking shoes


Evening Walking Tour of Osaka's Liveliest Locations
16:50:00 Meet at Nipponbashi Station Exit #10

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Kuromon Ichiba Market
Explore the market and its lively atmosphere. The 500-meter long street is filled with stalls which sell vegetables, meat, fish and fresh produce. Bask in the lively atmosphere and know a bit more about Kansai-ben or Osaka dialect.
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Here you can check out the large amounts cooking utensils as well as the fake food that Japan is so famous for. This art involves recreating various Japanese dishes into something that is eye-catching, a literal example of an eye candy!
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This historic part of Osaka (meaning New World in English) was originally constructed in 1912 and meant to resemble New York City. It is now home to the Luna Theme Park and contains some remnants of its historical past as well as modern details.
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Sample Shinsekai Kushi-Katsu
Try the kushi-katsu (skewered fried meat and vegetables) from Shinsekai! You will also pass by various izakayas or Japanese-style pubs frequented by locals.
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This famous area in Osaka is home to many excellent sights including the famous Glico running man, the canal with its reflections of the neon lights at night, the giant mechanical crab and several restaurants and bars which serve Osaka's famous takoyaki (fried batter with octopus pieces inside).
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20:30:00 Tour Ends at Namba Station

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