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Local Night Out Food Tour In Namba

  • ✔︎ 3.5 hour tour together with a local or foreign expert guide
  • ✔︎ Enjoy the atmosphere and variety of food in 3 different Izakayas (local Japanese bar)
  • ✔︎ 1 free cup of Japanese Sake (Nihonshu / Shochu / Umeshu)
  • ✔︎ Discover some hidden sightseeing spots
  • ✔︎ Memorable photos and videos
DateEveryday
Time6:00pm~ / 7:00pm~ / 8:00pm~
Duration2 Hours / 3 Hours
Min. pax1 Person
Max. pax6 People
LanguageEnglish

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Local Night Out Food Tour In Namba (2 Hour Plan)

62.34USD
38.36USD
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※ Duration: 2 Hours
※ Please bring cash, as many places do not accept other forms of payment.
※ Budget for each restaurant should be around 1500~3000 yen.
※ Number of participants: 1~6 ppl.
※ If you want to book a private tour, please send an email to support@deep-exp.com.

Local Night Out Food Tour In Namba (3 Hour Plan)

81.52USD
57.54USD
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※ Duration: 3 Hours
※ Please bring cash, as many places do not accept other forms of payment.
※ Budget for each restaurant should be around 1500~3000 yen.
※ The number of participants: 1~6 ppl.
※ If you want to book a private tour, please send an email to support@deep-exp.com.

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Tour Information

The First Shot! Getting Things Started With A Local Favorite

First, we’re going to meet up with our guide and get acquainted with the other travelers!! We will start the night off with the popular local Osakan food, kushikatsu. Kushikatsu is a fried skewer with bite-sized meat and vegetables. Kushi refers to the bamboo skewers and katsu refers to the deep-fried meat cutlet. The golden brown color of Kushikatsu will make your mouth water!! Goes great with a nice, cold beer!!

The Chaser! Taking A Quiet Stroll Out To The Temple!

Next, we’ll take a little break and go for a walk out to Hozenji Temple and some other hidden spots. It’s definitely a trip at night, going through the secluded alleyways, stopping off for a peaceful detour at the temple, and then emerging into the busy main street of Namba. It’s a stark contrast that’ll leave you thinking “Whoa, when did that happen?” And of course, you or you can have our guide take all the pictures and videos you like along the way.

The Second Round! Back Into The Fray With Some Sake!

After that, we will head to the second Izakaya where we’ll try more delicious local food such as yakitori (chicken skewers), okonomiyaki (a savory pancake made with a variety of ingredients), takoyaki (a battered ball-shaped snack made with octopus), and more! The latter two are particularly well-known specialties of Osaka. Down that with some Japanese Sake and that’ll raise it to the next level!!

The Finisher!! Ending It Strong With Stop #3 !

For many Osakans, the night doesn’t end with only one stop. There’s always an afterparty. And of course that means more drinks and more food. That’s why we’ve got one more stop to make. For the third and final venture, we’re going to head into the back streets of Namba (UraNamba) where lots of older, traditional restaurant and bars are located. You’ll be able to have sushi, sashimi, karaage (Japanese fried chicken), and plenty of meat!!

The Runback! A Different Experience The Next Time Around

Namba is a famous entertainment district that offers a wide variety of dining options. As such, there are only so many places we can take you in one night. To keep things fresh, the Izakayas won’t be exactly the same every time. If you come back for more, we hope to still provide you with something new and different.

Guide Introduction

  • Ryota
    Ryota
    English, Japanese

    Hello. My name is Ryota. Please call me "Ryo" for short. I'm a government-licensed tour guide-interpreter. Soon after I was born in chiba prefecture, I was taken to Kansai region where I grew up. I love music, history, and the Japanese culture, but science is not my cup of tea. I'll pull out all the stops to lead you to a deep insight into the Japanese cultural aspect like the difference between a buddhist temple and a shinto shrine and the Japanese way of thinking. I assure you that my guiding will knock your socks off. You can take my word for it.

  • Ashley
    Ashley
    Cantonese, English, Japanese, Chinese

    Hi, I’m Ashley from Hong Kong. In 2018, I stepped out of my comfort zone and came to Japan. Before that, I traveled to Japan many times especially Osaka! Locals are very friendly and nice. I would like to introduce the charming point of Osaka for you guys! One of my dreams is to travel around the world and chat with people with their native languages! That's why I want to learn many languages. Let's share each other's own story, mind or word. Certainly, come with me to discover more hidden places in Japan together! Enjoy every single moment, enjoy your journey!

  • Yuta
    Yuta
    English, Japanese, French

    Hi everyone, my name is Yuta. Thank you for coming to Japan (hope you've already decided!). I am originally from Japanese pizza country Hiroshima, then I spent my youth in Osaka, Manchester, Tokyo, Paris and Montreal. I am looking forward to seeing you in Japan and will give you a wonderful tour for the most unforgettable memories!

  • Jie
    Jie
    English, Japanese, Korean

    Hi there! I am Jie! I was born and bred here in Osaka. I used to live in South Korea and England. I take an interest in music, enjoy visiting bars and I like to keep fit. I would like to think I am a friendly and sociable guide. I love meeting new people and giving tips on travel. I promise you are going to enjoy your stay here in Osaka. This is a historical, beautiful and exotic city! As a native guide, I am happy to show you Osaka’s hidden spots. I am looking forward to meeting you in Osaka.

  • Minori
    Minori
    English, Japanese, Korean

    Hello, I’m Minori! I was born and grew up in Osaka, so this is my hometown!
    I love talking to people from all over the world, eating food and sweets, and going to the Sento, a kind of Japanese public bath. I hope you like too! :3
    Osaka has a lot of attractions, so I’d like to show you what local people do, what they eat, and what they enjoy in Osaka.
    I TRY to do my best, and WISH your trip would be wonderful. Thank you very much, Arigato!!

  • Saki
    Saki
    English, Japanese

    Hi, I am Saki! I was born in Awaji Island. I used to live in Hiroshima and Vancouver. And now I live in Osaka! I enjoy it here, cause there are a lot of nice places such as Osaka castle park, good restaurants, cafes, and Izakayas (Japanese pubs). I would like to go there with you guys. I’m sure we will have a good time. I am looking forward to seeing you in Osaka, and having a wonderful time together! See you soon!

Important Notes

※ Please arrive ON TIME.
※ According to Japanese law, you must be at least 20 years of age to consume alcohol.
※ Please bring cash, as many places do not accept other forms of payment.
※ Budget for each restaurant should be around 1500 ~ 3000 yen.
※ Please note that many Izakaya will have a table charge called "Otoshi" or called "Tsukidashi" in Kansai area , is a small dish you’ll get served after you take a seat.
※ The guide’s foods and drinks are NOT INCLUDED in the fee.
※ There is NO NEED to pay for the guide’s foods and drinks.
※ Please order AT LEAST one drink and one food item from each Izakaya.
※ Remember to bring ID (ex: Passport).
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