Osaka Tips

Osaka is described as Japan’s kitchen – and if you’re a foodie you’ll want to spend at least one day here eating your way around the thriving street food scene.

Osaka is easier to navigate than the larger cities of Tokyo and Kyoto, but, on the face of it, it doesn’t seem like it has many big sights – but, if you know where to look you’ll find amazing love shrines, fantastic retro areas and plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes to while away your time.