Osaka Gay Bar Visit & Matsusaka Beef Dinner w/ a Gay Guide


On this Osaka night tour with an English-speaking gay guide, you'll enjoy a Matsusaka beef dinner and visit a gay bar.


  • Enjoy Matsusaka beef, one of the most prized types of wagyu beef, at an LGBT-friendly restaurant
  • Visit a gay bar (1 drink included) recommended by your guide based on your preferences
  • A great opportunity to immerse yourself in Osaka's LGBTQ scene and meet local LGBTQs
  • We take COVID-19 concerns seriously — you'll only visit places with adequate COVID-19 prevention measures
  • Have a great time and feel at ease as you travel around Osaka with an English-speaking gay guide

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Important Information

• While the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, the start time, itinerary, and duration may vary depending on whether or not there is a state of emergency, as well as relevant regulations (e.g. prohibitions on serving alcohol)


Enjoy Osaka's vibrant nightlife, interact with fellow LGBTQs (and, perhaps, make new friends), immerse yourself in the local LGBTQ scene, and feast on premium Matsusaka beef on this private, three-hour night tour with an English-speaking gay guide! Before the tour begins, your guide will pick you up at your hotel lobby in Osaka City. You'll then have dinner at a Matsusaka beef restaurant at bustling Namba, Osaka's main entertainment district. Matsusaka beef is one of the top breeds of wagyu (Japanese beef), along with Kobe beef, so don't pass up this opportunity to have premium, melt-in-your-mouth wagyu — yakiniku (barbecue)-style! With chic, modern Japanese interiors, the restaurant's ambiance is great, too. While having dinner, tell your guide what kind of gay bar you'd like to visit, and they'll choose from a selection of over 100 gay bars in Osaka. After dinner, your guide will take you to the place that matches your preferences the closest. Many gay bars in Japan are so small that they can only seat about 10 people at most — rest assured that while the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, you'll only visit places with adequate preventative measures! While most of the clientele at Japan's gay bars cannot speak English fluently, your guide can help translate, so don't be shy about striking up a conversation — you might go home having made new friends!

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