FOOD TOURS AND COOKING CLASSES IN OSAKA…
Explore Osaka, the “kitchen of Japan”! Osaka has been known as a gourmet city since the samurai period. For food lovers who would like to try Japanese food.
OSAKA FOOD WALKING TOUR WITH MARKET VISIT
Explore Osaka, the “kitchen of Japan” with the locals! Osaka has been known as a gourmet city since the samurai period. This tour is for food lovers who would like to try various kind of Japanese food. The tour covers morning fish market, eateries and sightseeing spots in downtown areas.
SUSHI COOKING CLASS IN OSAKA
Learn one of Japan’s most popular culinary arts, sushi-making, during this afternoon class in Osaka. You’ll churn out rolls like a pro under the guidance of a local professional and licensed chef. You’ll also learn how to make Taiyaki for dessert. After the 2.5-hour lesson, enjoy dinner with your small group, which is limited to eight people to ensure an intimate experience. Upgrade to include a sampling of Japanese sake or…
JAPANESE COOKING CLASS IN OSAKA
This is a unique 2-hour Japanese cooking experience for tourists and residents alike. Participants will make either Maki rolled sushi, tamago yaki (or rolled omelette) and miso soup. Choose from one of two (2) start times when you book.
SUSHI COOKING EXPERIENCE IN OSAKA
This is a unique 2-hour Japanese cooking experience for tourists and residents alike. Participants will make either Sushi, and miso soup. Choose one of two start times when booking.
JAPANESE IN-HOME COOKING LESSON WITH A LOCAL MOTHER IN OSAKA
Join your host Yoshiko in her kitchen and learn to prepare 4-5 Japanese home style dishes from scratch! Yoshiko will start by showing you how to make dashi stock, that most dishes are based on. You will learn how to use dashi instead of water when preparing Japanese cuisine to bring out the umami flavour of each dish. You can expect the cooking portion…
PRIVATE MARKET TOUR AND AUTHENTIC JAPANESE COOKING CLASS WITH A LOCAL
Your local host Yoshiko will take you on a supermarket tour of her neighbourhood which will last about 45 minutes. As you explore the shops where she purchases different ingredients, she will teach you about where the products are made and the history behind them. You may purchase a few ingredients for your cooking class before driving home together. After…
SMALL GROUP GUIDED EVENING FOOD TOUR OF OSAKA
Feast your senses on Osaka, widely acknowledged as Japan’s culinary capital, on a 3-hour food tour, ideal for first-time visitors and fans of Japanese cuisine. In a small group limited to no more than 10, you’ll immerse yourself in bright and bustling Dotonbori, the city’s nightlife hub, where you’ll sample specialities such as sushi and sake. Plus, learn to prepare your own takoyaki (octopus balls) under the guidance of a chef.
EVENING STREET FOOD HOPPING TOUR IN DOWNTOWN OSAKA
Enjoy the best street food experience with a professional local guide on your private tour. Osaka, the city of merchants, is the place with the nickname “the kitchen of Japan” since it has long been the centre of the rice exchange market and was also the logistic hub during the Samurai age. The unique atmosphere and culinary culture of Osaka remains unchanged even…
EVENING FOOD AND DRINK TOUR IN OSAKA
Join us for a just slightly offbeat, fully all-inclusive night tour of Tenma and Kyobashi, two of Osaka’s most well-known local food and drink areas! You’ll get to eat typical Osaka food, have a few drinks, frolic with the locals, and have all sorts of fun along the way! Your guide will be a native English speaker with the fluent Japanese to take you deep into the local scene. This small group tour (6 guests or less), combines history with…
OKONOMIYAKI COOKING CLASS IN OSAKA
You will make Okonomiyaki, miso soup & rice. You will experience the traditional style of Japanese cooking and wearing a Kimono style chef jacket.
TAKOYAKI COOKING CLASS IN OSAKA
You will get to make your own takoyaki – octopus balls, in a traditional Japanese kitchen at a heritage house. You will be given kimono style chef jacket to be worn during the cooking. This is a premium takoyaki cooking experience in Osaka.
JAPANESE IN-HOME COOKING LESSON AND MEAL WITH A CULINARY EXPERT IN OSAKA
Before you get started with your cooking class, your host Yoko will introduce you to Japanese cooking techniques and the five different tastes. She will also show you key ingredients you will use throughout the cooking process, such as seaweed and dried fish. The class will be a cooking demonstration and a hands-on class, where Yoko will prep a few things before…
TRADITIONAL JAPANESE HOME COOKING LESSON IN OSAKA
Receive an introduction to the world of Japanese cooking as you learn to prepare three of Japan’s most popular dishes a 2.5 hour, small-group lesson (maximum of 8 persons). Learn how to make Japanese dishes in an informative Japanese cooking class in Osaka. This hands-on experience will have you whisking Matcha, powdered green tea, and making fresh tofu, ginger pork and grilled miso-paste marinated salmon as well…
OSAKA COOKING CLASS
Learn how to make Japanese dishes with an informative Japanese cooking class in Osaka. This hands-on experience will have you whisking tea, rolling ‘takoyaki’ (a fish-shaped cake) and learning other techniques that are essential to making delicious Japanese food at home. You’ll also cultivate a deeper appreciation for your meals in Japan. The small group setting, with a maximum of eight participants, ensures that you’ll…
SMALL GROUP KUROMON MARKET FOOD WALKING TOUR IN OSAKA
In Osaka, enjoy this 3-hour walking food tour in the Kuromon Market and Namba with a local guide. The Kuromon Market has supported the city’s food culture for 200 years. Stroll along the waterfront of the Dotonbori entertainment district and sample local cuisine, including sashimi, wagyu, taiyaki, and more. This tour is limited to a small group of 8 travellers.
OSAKA FOOD MARKETS FROM LOCAL TO LUXURIOUS
Come see (1) an upscale department store marketplace, (2) the famous Kuromon Ichiba, where delicacies raw and cooked clamor for your tongue, (3) a Japanese infused Korea Town where few tourists venture, and (4) a historic neighbourhood resplendent with meats, fish, vegetables, plus other staples and stupefieables catering to locals. At your side will be a native English speaking, friendly, Osaka-infused soul…