Osaka Travel Guide



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Our Osaka travel guide! What a hidden treasure this place is, I didn’t want to leave. So often overlooked by visitors to Japan, Osaka is one of the coolest cities I’ve ever been to. Creative, gritty, exciting, and full of some of the best food I’ve ever had.

Osaka should be very high on your travel bucket list, you’ll love ever second of it; friendly people, great nightlife, Osaka has it all in spades.

The best way to discover the food in Osaka is on Arigato Japan food tour.

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21 Replies to “Osaka Travel Guide”

  1. スナイダーバート

    I lived in Osaka for 4 years, and this video was SPOT ON. Everything he said was good advice. Really impressed me.

  2. Andrew Theodore

    Absolutely great video on osaka and makes me want to go there one day. Definitely a diamond in the bush

  3. Lauren Shannon

    Hey, THE VIDEO IS Awesome! And BTW for anyone on here that would like a great Food Tour in Osaka, The lovely Japanese lady Chie is one of our guides at Arigato Japan! http://www.arigatojapan.co.jp we do food tourism in some amazing places! All kinds of tours! And Chie is one of our wonderful Osaka and Kyoto Guides! Our Osaka tours are listed here- and easter egg discount bonus… use the code AttacheAJ10 and save 10% if you book our tour in Osaka

  4. Less Talk, More Delicious

    “Overlooking”? Really? lol.. all the gaijins go there right after Tokyo and/or Kyoto.

  5. Millennial Travel Confessions

    One of the best guides to Osaka we've seen! Great job on the video guys, we can't wait to upload more Japan vlogs 😁

  6. Art and Music

    5:27 That's not exactly true. In every subway station there are officers stationed at a desk where you can in fact use a card if you don't have the cash. They are few and far between but they do exist.

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