Food culture: Osaka
Osaka is the third-largest city in Japan and is famous for its food. The locals love food and the city has been called “kuidaore”—eat until you drop. With easy access to te ocean and mountains, Osaka has fresh produce, meat, and fish readily available.
Bar Hopping at Local Izakaya
Called “Hashigo” in Japanese, bar hopping is popular in the area surrounding Temma station. The streets are filled with Izakaya's, restaurants, and bars. And it's always bustling with many customers. You can eat some great food while enjoying typical drinks such as gin, vodka, rum, or wine, but if you're feeling adventurous they also offer Japanese cocktails and beers! Low prices, a great atmosphere, and just a 1-minute walk from Temma station, if you are looking for a casual and fun experience, you should definitely try “Hashigo”.