The city of Osaka is known as the “Nation’s Kitchen,” famous for bringing a wealth of Kansai creativity and awesome flavors to food in Japan. With hearty okonomiyaki pancakes at tabehoudai (all-you-can-eat) restaurants and tasty street food found around every corner, Osaka is heaven for foodies. One of the best spots for food in Osaka is Kuromon Market, or Kuromon Ichiba. A lively market filled with fresh local produce, seafood and street food, it’s a great food stop in Osaka that’s over 100 years old, with more than 130 shopfronts. Discover the best of Kansai's culinary delights with the help of a local guide during a Kuromon Market Food Tour in Osaka, where not only will you explore the market, but you'll also visit a local street for kitchenware!
During the Kuromon Market Food Tour in Osaka, you’ll taste all kinds of different local street foods as you wander through Kuromon Market. With the help of your local guide, you can discover different flavors and foods you might be curious about but never had the courage to try, like okonomiyaki or takoyaki (octopus balls). With so many useful tips about ingredients and how different foods are made, you’re sure to find your new favorite Japanese dish amongst all the Kuromon Market food available! Then, after the Kuromon Market Tour, you’ll get to learn how to make sushi with a professional sushi chef.
Wander through Kuromon Market in Osaka with a local guide
Learn about local food and Japanese cuisine on offer at the market
Taste takoyaki, Osaka’s famous street food!
Hunt for some unique Japanese kitchenware, tableware, and cooking tools to take home as a souvenir from Kitchen Town
Learn how to make sushi at a sushi making workshop
A 2-hour Kuromon Market Food Tour
An English-speaking local guide
Several food samples at Kuromon Market
Photos of your Kuromon Market Food Tour
A sushi making workshop
Additional food, drink, or souvenir purchases
Meeting Point and Meeting Time:
The meeting point of this Kuromon Market Food Tour in Osaka is in front of the Spa & Sauna AMZA around Namba Station.
Do remember that you don’t need to pay for the guide’s foods and drinks
Please bring some extra cash for any additional orders
Please be reminded to wear comfortable shoes as there will be a lot of walking