Osaka downtown

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Discover the Food Kitchen of Osaka: Ura-Namba (w/Photos)

Ura-Namba literally meaning the backside of Osaka's Namba district, is a trendy local area where people gather to feast on delicious food. Ura-Namba is full of unique izakayas including those in Misono Building, which has an atomosphere of an underground culture with a historic Japanese feeling. Osaka is the Food

Top 5 foods you should try: Osaka Food Guide 2019 (w/Photos)

Working as travel guide, the number one question I always get is: "What foods do you recommend us to eat?". I thought I should make a list of the most popular foods in Osaka, with a couple of restaurant recommendations to help you out. Here they are, in

Introducing Osaka Bar Hopping (w/Photos)

Yokoso Osaka! (Welcome to Osaka) When we started the Shinjuku Bar Hopping Tour back in December 2017 we couldn't have predicted its success. So many fun nights, so many diverse and interesting customers, it has been quite a ride, and we learned a lot. We are now ready and confident

English Songs Karaoke bar The Drunken Clam in Osaka, Japan (w/Photos)

Karaoke is Japanese born original entertainment. You sing a song with a backing track as if you are a pop star. You can do this in bars and pubs in Japan. You often can sing in Japanese as well as English. In this article, you can read about Karaoke bar

Foreign music welcome! Hong Kong Club Q International Party Bar: the bar that let you enjoy karaoke in Osaka (w/Photos)

Karaoke is singing a song along with recorded music and there are many bars and izakayas in which you can enjoy karaoke. They are popular for all generations and foreign music is available as well. In this article, we would like to introduce a karaoke bar in Osaka, “Hong Kong

“Izakaya” &Bars with “Karaoke”!: Western Songs, too (w/Photos)

“Karaoke” is an entertainment became popular in Japan in 1970’s. You can sing songs with background music. It is very popular because you can sing your favorite songs as if you were on the stage. Nowadays you find increasingly more “Karaoke” shops where even English songs are available for