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Kuromon Market Street Food and Doguyasuji Kitchen Town Morning Tour in Osaka


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Explore the famed Kuromon market bustling with local people, culture and food. Get a peek at the daily Osakan life as you sample delicious treats and stop by the Doguyasuji Kitchen Town where you can find awesome cooking tools.

Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellations made between 7 business days (21:00 local time) to 4 business days (21:00 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
  • Any cancellations made after 21:00 local time, 4 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:06-01-2020   Ends On:01-01-2038    Available Days:   All Days
Adult (Age 13 & Up) $236
Child (Age 3-12) $118
Infant (Age 0-2) $0


  • 1 drink
  • 5 or more food stops
  • English-speaking guide

Min/Max Quantity To Book

  • Max Qty: 10 (Maximum tickets can be booked)

Start Timings

  • 09:00


  • 3 (hrs)

Check In/Pickup Location Details

  • Directions:
    - 1-minute walk from exit number 5 at Nippombashi Station on the Osaka Municipal Subway, Sennichimae Line or Sakaisuji Line.
    - 10-minute walk from Namba Station.
    The tour guide will be waiting at the meeting point with an "Arigato Japan" sign.
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  • Strollers are not allowed, as the area is too crowded. Please use body-sling type carriers for infants.

Additional Notes

  • The following allergies and food restrictions can be catered: vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, no seafood, no pork and pescatarian. Dietary requirements must strictly be requested in advance in order to accommodate changes to your meal.
  • Please note that dietary issues, allergies and cross-contact are not well-known or common in Japan, so many restaurants are not equipped to handle these issues. The tour operator and its partners make every effort to meet allergy and dietary requests, but please be aware that there is no guarantee these requests can be met in full. Please refer to the FAQ for Japanese translations for common food allergies.
  • The tour starts promptly according to start-time and punctuality is highly advised. Please understand that refunds of any sort will not be issued for latecomers. The tour will not accommodate meeting in any of the food stops once you have missed the start of the tour.
  • Emergency Phone Numbers: Ambulance: 119 (simple English should be okay) Medical emergencies in Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Medical Information Service: +81 (0)3 5285 8181 English assistance: 9 am - 8 pm Medical emergencies in Kansai (including Osaka and Kyoto): AMDA International Medical Information Centre KANSAI: +81 (0)6-6636-2333 English assistance: 9 am - 5 pm
  • Emergency Phone Numbers: Outside of Tokyo & Kansai: Japan Helpline: +81 (0)120-461-997 or +81 (0)570-000-911 English assistance 24h Other useful numbers: https://www.jhelp.com/en/jhlp.html

Dressing & Items to Bring

  • Walking shoes
  • Participants of this tour are advised to wear warm clothes during winter. Please also bring an umbrella on rainy days (umbrellas can be purchased at convenience stores).


Kuromon Market Street Food and Doguyasuji Kitchen Town Morning Tour in Osaka
08:45:00 Check-in at UCC Cafe Plaza

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09:00:00 Start the Tour!
Before venturing into the busy market, greet your friendly English-speaking guide before starting the tour. Learn a little about the history of the local products and factors that makes this market so special to the people of Osaka.
Day: Day1
Kuromon Market
Aligned with 39 fish stores, 10 grocery stores, 12 butchers, 7 candy stores and 24 restaurants, there are so many interesting foods that will capture your attention. Let your guide introduce you to some of the famous delicacies along with various regional products from all over Japan!
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Try Some Street Food
As you stroll through around the market, you will have the opportunity to try some 10 or more Osakan street foods including high-quality seafood and meats.
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After tasting some of the best treats in Osaka, follow your guide to the Sennichimae Doguyasuji, also known as Osaka's "Kitchen Town." Here, you will find all sorts of cooking tools and utensils along with realistic-looking plastic food samples!
Day: Day1
Local Treats
To cap off this tour, try some local pickles, tea and a sweet Japanese confectionery. Get a better understanding of the local Osaka culture through food!
Day: Day1
12:00:00 Tour Ends near the Doguyasuji Area

Day: Day1

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