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Osaka's Kita (north) district Umeda is home to many great shops, restaurants, and attractions. Here's a guide to how to fully enjoy Umeda while you are in Osaka! Please read to find out some of the best things do in Osaka, Japan.
Osaka is the birthplace of takoyaki, otherwise known as octopus balls. There are hundreds of takoyaki restaurants that you can try. Just to make your options a little easier, here's the list of the very best takoyaki joints in Osaka!
If you are wondering what to eat in Osaka, try Okonomiyaki, one of the Osaka's soul food. Okonomiyaki is a savory pan-fried cake, and it is great to eat with your family and your friends!
Checking out the nightlife in a new city is always fun, because you can discover so many things at night that you can't see during the day! Osaka has a lot of great bars worth visiting, and we will introduce 6 of the best below. Enjoy!
Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan, and is also a popular tourism area in Kanagawa prefecture, where they have Cup Noodle Museum, China Town, Red Brick Warehouse, Yamashita Park, and more. The following are a list of restaurants that you can try while you're in Yokohama!
Did you know that there are various types of Japanese tea apart from green tea? Green tea is famous worldwide, but if you really want to enjoy the taste of Japan, you should try the following cafes in Tokyo!
There are so many themed cafes in Tokyo. If you want to spice up your Tokyo visit, you should definitely visit these following places!
Kushikatsu is another popular cuisine in Osaka. Osaka people have their own rules: don't dip your kushikatsu into a sauce more than once! Keeping that in your mind, check the following list. This page mainly focuses on Shinsekai, the place where popular kushikatsu places are.
Namba is the southern part of Osaka and is considered to be the heart of Osaka. If you want to dive into Osaka's unique culture, here is a list of the top things to do in Namba, Osaka.
You may find that vegan eating in Japan is not as big as it is in your country, and it could be challenging to find places to eat. Here are the vegan places you can go while you are in Tokyo!