We'll be in the Tenjinbashisuji shopping arcade areas. First, I'd like us to get to know each other at LINDA CAFE. For each visitor, I will create a map showing local restaurants and shops that I recommend as a hotel manager. Traditional culture still remains in the nostalgic area overflowing with Osaka's life surrounding Linda Hostel 106, which you won’t find in any guidebook. We provide a walking tour so that you can experience this area and enjoy it as if it were a close friend showing you around. This area has a charm that is difficult to find unless you live here, as well as some restaurants and shops that may seem hard to casually drop into if you’re by yourself. We will show you these kinds of fascinating places, which we hope all travelers visiting Osaka will enjoy. We have a good relationship with locals who know the area and run restaurants and shops, and you can not only be introduced to those shops and restaurants but also have a casual conversation with the locals to further understand that charm. We organize these tours in hopes that you will meet many people and experience this fascinating place.
I'm entrepreneur. I'm training to be a hotel manager, and have experience planning events. I've set up a website where I introduce the city and let people know what I'm doing. My main project involves interviewing local Osakans at a restaurant or bar. Then I upload the interviews online to share with everyone.
Snacks We will have some snacks as we walk around the area.
We show you around Tenjinbashisuji with the nice shop owner we get along with. It extends from Tenjinbashi 1st street to 6th street, and contains about 600 shops and restaurants, including clothing shops, bars, and recreational facilities lined up along its 2.6 km. Each of the 6 blocks has a nickname created by abbreviating the first syllable of each word in the name. There is also such a flood of Izakaya bars and restaurants in this area.
Please plan transportation accordingly and bring money in case you wish you buy something else.