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  • antoine antoine

    Take a Japanese "Umami" cooking class in Osaka

    Take a Japanese "Umami" cooking class in Osaka Superbe expérience à Osaka. Jackie m'a permis de découvrir un marché local. Nous nous sommes ensuite rendu chez elle pour cuisiner avec sa mère. Nous avons mangé ce que nous avions préparer et pour finir nous avons fait un tour dans un centre commercial. J'ai passé une journée riche en découverte avec une délicieuse personne. Jackie ne parle pas français mais très bien anglais.

  • Arash Arash

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji (Toyosu) Market Tour

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji (Toyosu) Market Tour Fantastic tour! Our guide, Kiyoshi, was very kind and knowledgeable.

  • Hannah Hannah

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji (Toyosu) Market Tour

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji (Toyosu) Market Tour Our guide was very informative and knew a lot about the market. He was especially helpful in avoiding long lines and offering recommendations. I would recommend this tour for someone who would like to efficiently move through the market.

  • Darcy Darcy

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji (Toyosu) Market Tour

    Private Tokyo Tsukiji (Toyosu) Market Tour Kiyoshi was a fantastic guide through Tsukiji Market. He allowed us to start the tour early which was nice since we were jet lagged and awake a lot earlier than expected. He pointed out some really great sushi and snack foods along the way, and twice gave us a break to sit and enjoy some food and break up the walking a bit, which was nice on such a hot morning.

  • Lauren Lauren

    Experience Handmade Udon Noodle Making

    Experience Handmade Udon Noodle Making We had a great time learning to make udon noodles and tasting sake with this amazing character! A little far outside of Osaka tourist areas but not hard to reach via the train. Hiro was very welcoming and enthusiastic opening his restaurant to us and practicing broken English while we practiced/butchered Japanese.

    We definitely left a little buzzed but with full bellies of our own made noodles! 100% recommend!