Updated: December 09, 2019
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6 Unique and Interesting Bars You Must Try in Osaka!

Osaka City

Checking out the nightlife in a new city is always fun, because you can discover so many things at night that you can't see during the day! Osaka has a lot of great bars worth visiting, and we will introduce 6 of the best below. Enjoy!

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Bar hopping tour with a local guide in Namba (various bars)

Dive deep into the night scene of Osaka and also discover the delicious foods Osaka is famous for with Magical Trip's bar-hopping tours of the cool Namba district. If you want an off-the-beaten-path experience, this is a very interesting option. See the link below for more information.


Have you ever been to an aquarium with a bar? That's kind of what's going on here at LIME. The bar and restaurant is dimly lit and lined with large tanks filled with tropical fish! The sweet atmosphere makes you feel like you're deep in the ocean. The classy restaurant and bar is located just 5 minutes from Namba station in Shinsaibashi. Check it out if you're in the area!


Cue's is an authentic bar with some darn tasty original cocktails! The bartenders are true professionals, and anything that you order is delicious. The bar even has a collection of herbal liquor gathered from 43 countries! Despite it's classy vibe, the bar's drinks are only around ¥700, which is super reasonable. Cue's has history of serving high quality drinks for almost 30 years, but you can casually walk in and have a drink without an issue. If you're unsure what to get, ask for a recommendation, or check out their moscow mule, which is super delicious! The bar is located just a few minutes walk from Hankyu Umeda station.


Cheap Japanese snacks and candies are called 'dagashi,' and A-55 is a bar that offers all-you-can-eat dagashi for bar-goers! If you've never experieince the joy that is dagashi, you've got to come to this bar! You will love it. The candies usually come in a colorful package, and many are quite unique and unlike anything you'll find outside of Japan. The bar itself is cluttered with random games, books, and decorations, so it's almost like being in someone's house!
The bar serves standard drinks such as gin, vodka, rum and wine, but they also offer Japanese cocktails and beers! There is also an all-you-can-drink option available, if you're in the mood. This is probably one of the most unique bars in Osaka, so if you're looking for a very special, Japanese bar experience, this one is highly recommended! A-55 is located 5 minutes from Umeda station.

Gee Bee

If you are a game lover, or if you like drinking while playing with games, this is the place to go in Osaka. Gee Bee offers various kinds of games, which you can play to your heart's content for just ¥499 for an hour! What is more surprising is that curry, beverages and alcohol are all included in the price. Snacks are also available for ¥390. As you can see in the photo above, you can sit on the floor and relax (or even lie down, if you want to!). The drink menu includes beer, wine, and cocktails!
This special bar is located just 4 minutes away from Shinsaibashi Station.


Located in Tanimachi, Shinka(深化)is a bar with one of the coolest and most thoroughly done themes ever! The bar is designed to feel like a submarine that is deep under the water. The ambiance is dark and every surface is covered in steel piping, pressure gauges, and peep holes. It really feels like you might be inside an old steampunk submarine! The bar is pretty casual, so it's easy to just walk in and have a couple drinks while enjoying the atmosphere. The gin and tonic is a must-try.
The bar is located just a few minutes away from Tanimachi 6 Chome Station.


Located about 5 minutes away from the No.1 exit of Nakatsu Station, Augusta is one of the most popular and famous bars in Osaka. They have alcohols from all over the world, and the bartenders will even offer to make an original cocktail just for you! Just pick your favorite fruits, alcohol percentage, and flavors, and the skillful bartenders will make you the perfect drink.

If you're a whiskey fan, Augusta is definitely the right choice for you. The bar features a dizzying array of whiskeys from around the world that are sure to please any connoisseur.

Note: The bar is awesome, but it closes at around 11:30 pm, so make sure that it's your first stop for bar hopping! If you're hungry, there's a nice food menu that includes sandwiches and cheese, which goes really well with drinks.

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