Aya

Aya

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Hello to everyone looking at this page!

I'm Aya, a private Japan guide who lives in Osaka, and has lived in South America, Indonesia and a few more countries while I was a student.

I know a lot about areas like Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe and all of those fashion districts! I’d love to show you all the great places that I know.

We could also find new places with our discovery sprit. As a guide, I promise that you’re going to have an amazing time here!

Please feel free to contact me, and let’s have fun in Japan!

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2 Reviews for Aya

  • Rebecca Rebecca

    Dress as a samurai and take photos in Kyoto

    Dress as a samurai and take photos in Kyoto I had always wanted to dress up as geisha and I did. The hairdo, kimoro were fantastic and the stylist was skilled. The guide was friendly and very helpful. She showed me the animation shop after the photo shooting.

  • Terrence Terrence

    Hire your personal shopping guide in Osaka!

    Hire your personal shopping guide in Osaka! Whenever I travel to a country, I enjoy shopping for food are other hard to find items that are a specialty of that particular country. Aya-san's Personal Shopping Tour was exactly what I was looking for. I had some specific things in mind that I wanted to buy but I wasn't familiar with the different brands and I couldn't read Japanese. I also wanted to buy products that were very popular but difficult to buy outside Japan. Aya-san's English is excellent and she's a very efficient shopper. Prior to the tour, we communicated often about what I was looking for and she came up with an itinerary and a plan to best utilize my 2 hours. Aya-san also did some research to ensure that we went to the most reputable places, and got the best price and best value possible. I brought home a treasure trove of food and toiletries and learned a lot about different brands. Aya-san's international exposure and perspective made for an enjoyable 2 hours - it was like shopping with your close friend and best of all, she can bridge the sometimes challenging language and cultural barriers that visitors sometimes encounter. I super loved the storage locker in Hankyu! Saved us the hassle of lugging all our shopping around. Overall, it was a great experience and I would highly recommend Aya-san for this tour!