Japanese Cooking Class in Osaka


Cool Kyoto Walking Tour with Joe Okada [O-Sushi’s Travels]

The Last Samurai, Joe Okada People who believe that Samurais exist in Japan come to Japan and get disappointed, because they cannot find any samurais on the street. But, if you want to meet a real samurai, there he is. Joe Okada.   The celebrated, oldest-working Licensed-English Guide Go meet the Last Samurai in Kyoto. …

Food festival in a market street in Osaka [O-Sushi’s Travels]

Toyonaka, a quiet town close to the city center Stay there and live like locals! If you are planning a trip to Japan and looking for something not too touristy, visiting Toyonaka is a good idea. There is a big park (Hattori Ryokuchi Park), where you can enjoy jogging through a grove. There is also …

Cherry Blossoms in Osaka [O-Sushi’s Travels]

When do they bloom? Cherry blossoms generally bloom in late March in Osaka, lasting more than a week until early April. It depends on the weather conditions of that particular year, so you need to check the cherry blossoms forecast if you are planning a trip to Japan during that season. You can google it, …

Local cuisine, Art, Nature, and Hot springs in Nara [Osushi’s Travels]

Yamanobe drive⇨Silver grass viewing⇨Hot springs!! Popular attractions in Nara are generally temples, shrines, and deer in Nara park. But there are also nice attractions out in the suburbs. This is the plan I made. You need a car, and it is a day trip in the suburbs. Persimmon Leaf Sushi Nara’s local specialty sushi. It’s called …

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