• Enjoy many gay bars

    Osaka has 2nd largest gay scene in Japan. There are more than 100 gay bars in Osaka, which are distributed in three areas: Kita (Doyama), Minami (Namba), Shin Sekai.

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  • Explore Lively City

    Speaking of the image of Osaka in Japan, the atmosphere that is full of humanity and vibrancy, full of laughter at the Kansai dialect.

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  • Osaka Gay Scene

    Osaka is known for having a tight yet diverse community, and there are a multitude of bars and spots to hang out at that are almost too numerous to count.

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  • Osaka Recommended Places

    You have been to Osaka Castle, eaten okonomiyaki, and been shopping in Ame-mura? Well, I think you are ready for some lesser-known delights of Osaka. If you are here for a few days, here are my recommendations.

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  • Pride festival held in Oct.

    In Osaka, a pride festival & parade called "Rainbow Festa!" is held every October.

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  • Your essential gay travel guide to Osaka

    Do you want to know why they really call Osaka the Kitchen of Japan? It’s because once you see all of those scrumptious boys wandering about the city, you will be left hungry for more!

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  • A creative force for CHANGE!

    The creative energy here inspires change, creating innovation and motivation for everyone.

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  • A great city to stay out and proud!

    Osaka is more and more becoming a friendly and welcoming place for LGBTQ+ people, so as an openly gay man I feel more and more comfortable being out and proud as gay.

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  • Delicious! (the Food & People)

    I live in Kobe nearby, but I come into Osaka for two things: the food (like the cafes, restaurants, and especially the ramen) and the parties! Osaka has a lot of great things, but those are the two things get me to come visit all the time.

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  • Friendly, fun and foodie!!

    I think the people of Osaka are friendly, especially the foreign community. It’s fun, you can go to any place and you’ll find something that’s happening.

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  • The Heartbeat of Japan

    Osaka to me feels like a second home. Tokyo may be the capital, but Osaka feels like the heart of Japan.

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