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TEMMA: “Deep” Food Tour of Local Favorites

  • ✔︎ 3 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 drink (cup)
  • ✔︎ Memorable photos and videos
DateEveryday
Time6:00pm~ / 7:00pm~ / 8:00pm~
Duration2 Hours / 3 Hours
Min. pax1 Person
Max. pax6 People
LanguagesEnglish

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TEMMA: “Deep” Food Tour of Local Favorites (2 Hour Plan)

62.34USD
38.36USD
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※ 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.

TEMMA: “Deep” Food Tour of Local Favorites (3 Hour Plan)

81.52USD
57.54USD
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※ 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.

Map

Meeting Place

Temma Station (Near McDonalds)

Access

1 stop from Osaka Station (Osaka Loop Line)

Reviews(1)

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  • Traveler
    Posted:2019-08-25

    很棒的大阪在地體驗

    第四次到大阪,
    之前都是上網查詢部落客介紹美食資料,
    其實內容都大同小異:
    難波、心齋橋、黑門市場...
    就是重複的那幾家店。

    我來自美食之都的台南,
    看著觀光客總是光顧某些名店,
    一方面慶幸我自己知道一些低調的在地美味,
    不用跟著大排長龍。
    一方面又很想告訴他們:這家不好吃啦!要吃...那一家。

    所以我總想,大阪一定也有這樣的店家。

    很高興能看到大阪觀光局舉辦這樣的活動,
    讓我有機會藉由Ashley導遊的帶領,
    在一個晚上短短三小時的時間,
    能夠品嚐到三家好吃而且少有觀光客的美食。
    (Ashley說,每次介紹的店都不一樣喔!)

    還有機會能認識來自世界各地的朋友喔!
    跟大家強力推薦!

    Plan:TEMMA: “Deep” Food Tour of Local Favorites (3 Hour Plan)

    When did you visit?:August 2019

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Tour Information

Discover new places with your local guide!

If you’ve done your research on Osaka, then you may have heard of Temma. Maybe you’re even thinking about trying some of the many authentic, local restaurants, but their menus are only in Japanese and the staff don’t speak English...so you’re hesitant, possibly deciding against it. Or maybe, this is your first time hearing about Temma. Either way, why not come along with us for an in-depth tour and explore what this unforgettable place has to offer? Discover the charm, the energy of Temma and you may find yourself not wanting to leave.

Temma is only one station away from Umeda. It’s known for having the longest shopping street in all of Japan, Tenjinbashisuji Shopping Street! Spanning 2.6 km over 3 stations, there are more than 600 stores! But that’s not all! It’s also home to Ura Temma, a lesser-known part of town that’s a favorite for locals. If you check the map, you’ll see every nook and cranny decorated with a restaurant’s logo. It’s the perfect place for a Japanese bar hopping adventure! It may be a little cramped, but that also brings people closer together.

If you want a truly authentic Japanese experience, but don’t know where to start, then try out our tour of Temma. Go along with one of our specialists, and other travelers like yourself from all over the world. Make new friends, get to know the locals, and indulge in delicious Japanese food and sake. We’ll take you to 3 different, but authentic restaurant/bars in the short time we have together so that you can try all kinds of foods and find out why the Japanese love bar hopping so much.

Yakitori, one of Japan’s most popular foods!

When talking about what kind of food you want to go with your drinks, yakitori is almost always included as an option. Chicken is lean and packs a lot of protein, so even people on a diet don’t have to worry about holding back. It’s cheap, goes well with alcohol, can be made different ways and paired with various sauces for many flavor combinations. It’s easy to see why it’s so popular. If you’re feeling adventurous, there are some unusual options too, like tail meat, cartilage, or heart.

Taste the natural flavor of Sushi and Sashimi!

Sushi, sashimi. Hearing these two words no doubt calls to mind Japan. These days, not just Japanese, but people all over the world will say that missing out on raw fish is missing out on one of the pleasures of life. The different varieties of fish make the dish very colorful and you can’t help but take pics of it. It’s fresh, bite-sized, low calorie; there are so many great things about sushi that even if you’re full, you’ll end up ordering more and more without thinking about it. There are so many delicious, unknown seafood restaurants waiting for us!

Yakiniku, everyone’s favorite, grilled meat!

“What’s your favorite Japanese food?” No matter where they’re from, the first thing that most people think of is, without a doubt, sushi or yakiniku. Japanese people love yakiniku, some have it 2~3 times a week, even 4~5 times wouldn’t be unusual. If you want to treat yourself or celebrate a special occasion, the place to go is yakiniku. Japanese yakiniku is primarily beef. Thinly sliced cuts that seem to melt the instant you put them in your mouth make it hard to resist and insanely addicting! You can enjoy it different ways, with different sauces like soy, sesame, salt, miso, lemon, etc. You can also enjoy uniques styles depending on the restaurant. So join us on the search for the most delicious yakiniku!

A perfect end to finish!

After a night of drinking and eating out at a few places, Japanese people like to finish things off with a good helping of carbs. The usual pick is ramen, or chazuke, which is a dish combining rice and tea. Udon is also a great choice! The residual juices and oils of the meat blend perfectly for an absolutely delicious flavor.
Time always flies when you’re having fun! We hope you leave so satisfied that it won’t be goodbye, but until we meet again!

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.
※ If you are more than 5 minutes late, you may not be able to join the tour.
※ According to Japanese law, you must be at least 20 years of age to consume alcohol.
※ Please be aware that many Japanese restaurants and bars allow for smoking inside.
※ Food and drinks are not included in the price.
※ Please bring cash, as many places do not accept other forms of payment.
※ Budget for each restaurant should be around 1500~3000 yen.
※ There is NO NEED to pay for the guide’s food and drinks.
※ Please order at least one drink and one food item from each restaurant.
※ Remember to bring ID (ex: Passport).
※ Detailed directions and tour information will be sent via e-mail. Please check your e-mail prior to the tour.
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