Osu Sweets Tour

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Osu Sweets tour

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Time: daily at 2:30 p.m. (3 hours)

Meeting Place: Beckoning Cat in Osu

Price: 10.000 yen per adult, 8.000 yen per child (excl. 10% VAT),
payable via PayPal after booking

Minimum: 1 person

Maximum: 6 people (if you are more than 4 people contact us before booking)

Private Tour: This is a shared tour, if you are looking for a private tour just for you, your friends and family click here

What’s Included: Various kinds of sweets at stalls, cafes, and shops throughout the tour

or contact us if you have questions:
nagoyafoodie@gmail.com

What to expect at the
Osu Sweets tour

This tour is for everyone who loves Japanese sweets.

The Osu Shopping District is one of the best places to try a wide variety of Japanese sweets. From traditional sweets like Uiro that has been produced in the same way for hundreds of years to the newest trendiest sweets like roll ice and bubble tea. All of this can be found in Osu.

We will not only explore the delicious sweets of Osu but also learn a lot about this popular shopping arcade. It has a rich history which can be discovered if one only knows where to look.

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Dietary restrictions

Below are the dietary restrictions we can accommodate (in green) on the Nagoya Meshi Food Tour. Please let us know about your dietary restrictions at the time of your booking.

Dietary Restrictions we CAN accommodate

  • Food Allergies
  • Vegetarians
  • Pescatarians
  • Dairy Free
  • Non-alcoholic
  • Pregnant Women

Dietary Restrictions we CANNOT accommodate

  • Vegans
  • Gluten Free

 

Meet Our Guide

There is currently only one guide responsible for all tours on Nagoya Foodie, the founder: Lena

Lena scheidler

Lena scheidler

Founder of Nagoya Foodie

Osu Sweets Tour FAQs

All frequently asked questions and concerns answered here.
If you have a question that isn’t answered below, drop us an email and we will get back to you in no time.

nagoyafoodie@gmail.com

 

What is Nagoya Foodie

Nagoya Foodie is a new company offering food tours in Nagoya. By participating in a Nagoya Foodie tour you will make your stay in Nagoya one of the most memorable stops of your Japan trip. Why will it be memorable? Because of all the delicious food you will try, and the interesting tidbits about Nagoya and the Japanese culture you will learn about from our knowledgeable guides.

What's included in a Osu Sweets Tour

The Osu Sweets Tour is only one of multiple food tours that Nagoya Foodie is going to offer. Included in the Osu Sweets Tour are 3 hours packed with information about Osu, Nagoya, and Japan, and delicious sweets along the way!

You will wander the streets of Osu and get an in-depth look at the history and culture.

 

How long is the tour? How much walking is involved?

The whole tour will take about 3 hours. You will have to walk about 2 kilometers (1 mile) but there are multiple stops in between where you can sit and rest for a couple of minutes.

How many people will be on the tour?

On every tour, there is a maximum of 6 participants and one guide. This ensures the tours are intimate and the guide can answer everyone’s burning questions and get to know every group member during the tour. A small group also makes it easier to visit the small cozy restaurants with limited seating that are so common in Nagoya.

I have allergies or dietary restrictions. Can this tour accommodate me?

We want as many people to be able to enjoy our tours as possible. Scroll up on the page a little to see what dietary restrictions this tour is adaptable for. If you are unsure about your special case drop us an email at nagoyafoodie@gmail.com.

Is this tour a good fit for families?

A Osu Sweets Tour is an amazing activity for the whole family. Children until 12 years pay only 8.000 yen.

I have never met a child that doesn’t like sweets, so this will be an amazing experience for the whole family.

What is not included in the tour?

The transportation to the meeting place and from the endpoint is not included in the tour fee. Your knowledgeable guide will be happy to help you find transport back to your hotel or to the next activity of the day.

While tipping is not a common practice in Japan, feel free to tip our guides if they did a great job.

What should I bring?

Since there is quite a bit of walking involved we recommend comfortable shoes.

Depending on the weather sunglasses and a hat, a rain jacket and umbrella would also be a plus.

We do provide one bottle of water and you will get something to drink at the 3 restaurants we visit throughout the tour, it still might be a good idea to bring something to stay hydrated especially in summer.

And of course most important of all: Bring a healthy appetite! It’s best to eat a hearty breakfast and skip lunch on the day of your tour.

Can I book a private tour?

Yes, we do offer private tours. No matter if you are alone or a big group of friends, we can accommodate you on a private tour. Check out the Private Food Tour page for more information.

What happens when it rains? Will the tour be canceled?

In general, tours take place rain or shine. Bringing an umbrella or rain jacket just in case is always a good idea.

We might cancel in case of extraordinary weather conditions like a typhoon or after natural catastrophes. You will get an email at least 2 hours before the tour in case it is canceled.

Can I cancel or reschedule the tour?

If you cancel more than one week in advance a cancelation fee of 10% will be charged. Within one week the cancelation fee will be 20% and cancelation within 24 hours of the tour will have a cancellation fee of 50% of the tour price.

It might, however, be possible to change the date of your tour at no extra charge. Make sure to send us an email early enough to inquire about changes.

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