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Highlights

  •   Ramen museum. you will make your own cup noodle.
  •   lunch of takoyaki making
  •   Dotonbori--- food sample making with wax
  •   Doguya suji -- kitchen tool shop street
  •   Kuromon food market
  •   Tsu-tenkaku

Information

City Osaka
Meeting Point At your hotel
Ending Point Nanba or JR Osaka
Departure 10:00 AM ( recommended )   Flexible
Duration 8h   Flexible
Languages English (License)
Tour Type Private Tour ( only for you )
Number of people 2 ~ 15
Booking
8h
When?

People

270.00 USD

final price

FREE cancelation 14 days prior

What to Expect

The city of Osaka is called " KUIDAORE", which means the Osaka people spend their money on food, while the people of Kyoto spend their money on kimonos.
I'm sure you'll enjoy this food culture tour in Osaka. Why don't you enjoy cup noodle making, takoyaki making that you can have for lunch, or food sample making? It'll be very interesting and so much fun!!


What‘s included

Guide fee
transportation ( your guide )

What‘s not included

entrance fee
Takoyaki making lunch ( you and your guide)
Food sample making charge

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

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No, our prices are 100% booking fee free – meaning the price you see is the amount you pay.
It depends on the location of your hotel and places you visit. But to give you an idea, it costs about 200-300yen for one place to the other, and the total is about 1,000yen for a full day tour.
Yes, but there will be additional charge for that and it is not by car. The guide will go pick you up using public transportations. For further details, please contact your guide directly.
Yes, you can and you may be able to get a discount if you are traveling alone. Price depends on which guide you choose.
Yes you can, but you have to pay an extra charge per person. The price depends on which guide you choose.
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Reviews

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Rosanne
2 days ago , ( Family ) , From: United States

“ Professional and informative tour guides ”

The night Gion tour was the best and very interesting. details of history of temples and Garden areas interesting. Pleasant and very accomodating. Be aware the total cost of tour is higher if guide travels with you anywhere except a walking tour. Our evening tour was a fixed price however we used our JR passes for Nara and had been asked by guide to pay for her transportation. It was a little on the spot as I thought this was included in her tour price her own transportation. in our case it was close to 20.00 U.S. higher we paid her directly as we had to pay for all her transportation not just the local bus we all took while touring outside of our JR passes. She was very very helpful in helping us make reservations back on our bullit train not realizing it was a holiday. Very satisfied. .

Tomoko:
Rosanne Thank you for your review of the tour. I hope you enjoyed the time with me. Unfortunately, I had to ask you to cover my transportation cost as stipulated in the tour information. As Japanese people can not have JR pass and I had to ask you whole transportation cost on the tour day. If we add mine to the tour cost, it becomes higher because the commissions will be added on the tour cost too. However, I should have made sure about the cost before the tour. I hope you still enjoyed the time in Nara

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Eileen
1 month ago , ( Family ) , From: Singapore

“ Professonal, caring accomodating ”

Tomoko was puntual in meeting us, she was certainly proactive in make arrangemnts with the various agencies we had booked as we had arrived from Osaka o Kyoto late, She took into acciunt the needs and wishes of the different gae groups and made our visit so much soother and easire. She even bought umbrellas for us as it was raining saying that it would always come in handy for her. We saw mch of Kyoto which we definitely would have missed without her

Tomoko:
Dear Eileen Thank you for your having me as your guide. It is a shame that at the last part of the tour, we had rain. I hope the time in Kyoto is a good memory of your japan trip.

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Amelia
4 months ago , ( Couple ) , From: Australia

“ Beautiful Kyoto with Tomoko ”

Tomoko was the perfect guide for our visit to Kyoto. She met us at the Port in Osaka and we made our way by train to Kyoto. We managed to visit, Inari Fushimi, Golden Temple, Bamboo Forest and Gion in one day. She took us to a fantastic small local restaurant for an authentic Japanese meal, sooo good. Tomoko has so much patience and was very knowledgeable with her information and history. My husband was very impressed, as he has a knee injury and sometimes struggles to get around, Tomoko made the perfect itinerary to suit his mobility, this was much appreciated. We experienced local trains and taxis and everyday life in the community. She even accompanied us back on time to the Terminal Port. We loved our tour with Tomoko and told all our ship friends about our wonderful experience. Thank you Tomoko.

Tomoko:
Dear Ameila Thank you for your posting the review of the tour. I am very happy to find that you enjoyed the tour with me. Unfortunately, we had limited time and I made a tour so that you could enjoy the tour as much as possible, I hope it went well. The scene you saw on the tour will stay in your memories of the trip to Japan. Thank you for having me as your guide

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Stacey
5 months ago , ( Family ) , From: Japan

“ A beautiful day in Kyoto ”

Tomoko-san took all the worry and trouble away from what could have been a complicated and stressful day. She organized visits to many different locations and helped with the most convenient way to get from one place to another. Additionally it was very interesting hearing her stories and descriptions of the places we visited.

Tomoko:
Dear Stacy Thank you for your feedback. I hope you enjoyed the tour with me. Blessed with a fine weather, it was good to walk. I hope the scene your family saw will stay in the memories in Kyoto.

Douglas Douglas
5 months ago , ( Friends ) , From: United States

“ Tour Guide in Kyoto, Osaka and Nara ”

Tomoko was an excellent tour guide. She always has a smile and a wonderful attitude throughout the entire day and some of our days were long. She definitely knows her way around the cities and all the trains, buses, subways etc. You will have a great time and she knows fabulous places to eat the local specialties in each city without breaking the bank. You will be very happy with her guide services.

Tomoko:
Dear Douglas Thank you for having me as your guide. Just three days are not enough to show you around the cities of Osaka, Nara and Kyoto. But I believe you found the different atmosphere in each city. Please come back again to have your favorite local food!

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