Osaka is the vibrant food capital of Japan that’s also famous for wild nightlife. With hundreds of bars, restaurants, izakayas, and clubs in the central area of Osaka alone, there’s so much choice when it comes to party time! Endless adventures are just waiting to happen, but some of the best hidden places can be hard to find. With the help of a local guide during The Ultimate Osaka Night Tour, you’ll surely have an action-packed night out in the youthful and delicious party city of Osaka!
The first stop on The Ultimate Osaka Night Tour is an izakaya where you’ll have an authentic Japanese pub dinner, enjoying some of the best food in Osaka with your first drink. Next, you’ll explore some of the cool backstreets of Namba in a walking tour of its alleyways, getting a feel for the more hidden parts of the city. Away from the crowded tourist lights, you’ll experience a different side of Osaka nightlife during this night out on the town. Your friendly local guide will introduce you to some unique hidden bars, each with their own character, that come to life once the sun goes down. This is the chance to learn more about different Japanese beverages and drinking culture in the vibrant city, with great tips on how to have a night out like a local. Then, you’ll head off to see the glittering neon lights of Dotombori before heading the massive party centers of Shinsaibashi and Amemura.
A 3-hour bar hopping through the best nightlife in Osaka
An English-speaking Japanese local guide
Dinner at an authentic izakaya
1 drink included
“Pub Passport” ticket (including discounted bar and nightclub entry and free drinks)
Additional food or drink purchases
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
The meeting point of The Ultimate Osaka Night Tour is in front of the Bic Camera East Exit in Namba, Osaka. The exact location and a guide for accessing the meeting point will be provided upon booking. Please make sure to arrive at least 15 minutes before the tour starts.
The legal drinking age in Japan is 20 years old.
Dietary requirements can be accommodated for, please let us know in the additional information section upon booking.
Please make sure to bring cash to since some of the izakayas don’t accept credit and debit cards.
Please be reminded to wear comfortable shoes as there will be a lot of walking.