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Our personalized routes from A to Z include many unique and little-known places, along with detailed information such as parking addresses, tips, and exact directions, making the trip more exciting and enjoyable while saving travelers time during preparation and on their journey.

A few words about Osaka

The Osaka region is a great destination with hundreds of ancient temples & shrines, amazing natural sites, incredible food, futuristic cities and rural towns, and a home for 6,5 million people. Whatever your preferences are, the Osaka region will address your needs and make your trip meaningful.     

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Top expert advices in and around Osaka

Anna Kraskovska

The Osaka region is not just Osaka city

I would recommend considering Osaka not only as a great destination but a point of your deployment for visiting other great places, even those which are located in other prefectures (like Wakayama, for instance)

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Show if they don’t speak English

There are many places without an English menu and it doesn’t mean you have to find another restaurant or to stay hungry. Most of these places have plastic models of their dishes at the window, so feel free to ask “this” or “that” showing the model of your desired dish

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ICOCA card will make your trip easier

To make your time in Osaka much easier just purchase a reloadable IC card that in Osaka is called ICOCA and charge it with yen (in Tokyo it is Suica or Pasmo card). It is also the best way to buy tickets for public transportation. You can buy ICOCA from vending machines at most of the subway or train stations. And it already has a deposit so you can use it right after you buy it

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Sacred Koyasan

Osaka is the best starting point to travel to Koyasan, famous for its temple lodging and sacred atmosphere. So, once you are here don’t miss Koya even if you don’t have too much time to overnight in a temple (you can have a day trip from Namba station).

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Public transport tip

Avoid buses if it is your first visit to this region, because they can sometimes be very confusing. I would recommend traveling by trains, even getting around Osaka. This is the best way to avoid any stress in this region

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Trip Budget

For a couple in Osaka

Budget per day Cost, $
Accommodation “Capsule” $21 x 2 = 42$ (inc.taxes)*
Accommodation “Ryokan” $184 (incl.taxes & breakfast)**
Accommodation “Hotel” $173 (incl.breakfast)***
Meals from $30* per pax = $60x2 times=$120****
Entertainment from $20*x2 = $40*****
Car rental Toyota Rent a Car from $54 (incl. taxes)******

For 4 in Osaka

Budget per day Cost, $
Accommodation “Ryokan” $369 (inc.taxes & breakfast)*******
Accommodation “Hotel” $293 (taxes & breakfast on top)********
Meals from $30* per pax = $120x2 times=$240****
Entertainment from $20*x4 = $80*****
Car rental Toyota Rent a Car from $90 (incl. taxes)*********

* Single capsules in female and men dormitories)</span>

** Japanese-style quadruple room, 2 futon beds, high quality & service)</span>

*** Superior double 23m² room with 1 large bed)</span>

**** A plate of 10 skewers in Dotonbori</span>

***** 1-Day Osaka Amazing Pass (covers many sights) </span>

****** Mini/Compact class, 5 seats</span>

******* Japanese-style quadruple room, 4 futon beds, high quality & service)</span>

******** 2x Superior double 23m² room with 1 large bed)</span>

********* Toyota, Standart class, 5 seats</span>

How to get to the Region

If your point of entry to Japan is Tokyo and you plan to visit the Osaka region as well there are 2 main ways to get to Osaka:

By plane: Take a domestic flight from Tokyo* to Osaka => 1 h 30 min approx.

*Pay attention to the airport of your arrival to Japan (Narita International or Haneda International) to book the proper domestic flight from Tokyo to Osaka. Both International Airports (Tokyo Narita, Tokyo Haneda) operate domestic flights to Osaka that will come to the domestic airport (Osaka Itami). So if you come to Tokyo Narita, book your next flight to Osaka from Narita. 
Once you arrive at Osaka Itami Airport (domestic flights only), there are 3 main ways to get to the city: 1) take a short 4 min walk to Osaka Airport Station, then take Osaka Monorail to Hotarugaike Station. Walk about 1 min to Express Osaka-Umeda (Takarazuka Main Line). It will bring you to Osaka-Umeda Station (sightseeing area) within 14 min. 2) limousine bus (shuttle bus). Take the bus to the closest area of your stay. Timetable, routes & rates here. 3) taxi 

By train: Take a bullet train from Tokyo JR Station to Shin-Osaka Station. It’s the most convenient direct train (Shinkansen) that will bring you to Osaka in 2 h 30 min. 

Flight duration

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Los-Angeles-Osaka

flight #1
Los Angeles(LAX)-San Francisco(SFO)
1 h 35 min approximate
flight #2
San Francisco(SFO)-Osaka(KIX)
12 h 30 min approximate

02

Miami-Osaka

flight #1
Miami(FLL)-San Francisco(SFO)
6 h 30 min approximate
flight #2
San Francisco(SFO)-Osaka(KIX)
12 h 30 min approximate

03

New York-Osaka

flight #1
New York(JFK)-Tokyo(HND)
14 h 15 min approximate
flight #2
Tokyo(HND)-Osaka(ITM)
1 h 20 min approximate

How much time to spend on your trip

01

First time in and around Osaka

Purpose: visiting top sights of the region

5-7 days

02

Big family trip

Purpose: kids attractions & natural sights

10-15 days

03

Honeymoon trip around Osaka

Purpose: visiting top sights & pearls, having privacy in onsen/on the beach

15-20 days

Airports in the Kansai region

Kansai International Airport

Kansai International Airport

1 Senshukukokita, Izumisano-shi, Osaka 549-0001, Japan 〒549-0001 大阪府泉佐野市泉州空港北1

Kansai International Airport is the only International airport in the Kansai region built on an artificial island in 1994. It is the main point of entry to Osaka, Kyoto, Nara and Kobe. It consists of 2 Terminals (International & Domestic), clean and quiet. Very well managed and maintained. It has all you need: Hotel, supermarket, restaurants and cafes, lounges, children play areas, and much more. Well connected to Osaka by train and bridge.

Osaka Itami Airport

Osaka Itami Airport

3 Chome-555 Hotarugaike Nishimachi, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-0036, Japan 〒560-0036 大阪府豊中市螢池西町3丁目555

Itami Airport is one of 4 airports in Osaka and handles domestic flights only from its single terminal. It is situated 16 km from the city center and well connected to limousines bus and Osaka monorail. It is smaller than Kansai IA, but still has lots of restaurants and shops. Even grilled fish and Starbucks are available.

Kobe Airport

Kobe Airport

1 Kobekuko, Chuo Ward, Kobe, Hyogo 650-0048, Japan 〒650-0048 兵庫県神戸市中央区神戸空港1

Kobe Airport is an airport on an artificial island just off the coast of Kobe. It is small and domestic only, has a few shops, a family mart, a couple of restaurants and an open air viewing deck. Convenient and easily accessible from Sannomiya station (8 km) via the driverless portliner.

Best Accomodation

Price: from $21

Ninja & Geisha Capsule Hotel

〒533-0023 Osaka, Higashiyodogawa Ward, Higashiawaji, 4 Chome−33−6 プレミア淡路ビル 5階
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The interior is from the Edo period, all about geisha and ninja themes. Great ambience, facilities and staff

Price: from $500

Arima Onsen Taketoritei Maruyama Ryokan

1364-1 Arimacho, Kita Ward, Kobe, Hyogo 651-1401, Japan 〒651-1401 兵庫県神戸市北区有馬町1364-1
Anna Kraskovska

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Absolutely wonderful onsen hotel. Stayed in the gold spring room for 1 night, had a dedicated floor to the room with no ones to disturb. Service was fabulous and very warm, superb view around the hotel and from the room, gold spring was so relaxing, kaiseki dinner and breakfast were just luxury.

Price: from $173 (with breakfast)

Osaka Excel Hotel Tokyu

4 Chome-1-15 Kyutaromachi, Chuo Ward, Osaka, 541-0056
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Great stay, comfy rooms, nice views, good location. Feels like a 5 star hotel. Booked a room on sale so feel like I scored a steal

6 days Itinerary in Osaka and around

Day 1
Osaka top sights

09:00

Breakfast at the hotel or Kuromon Market

11:00

Osaka Castle Museum & Park

13:00

Lunch at Kenzan

14:30

Explore Umeda & Kita districts

17:30

Umeda Sky Building

20:00

Dinner at Kani Doraku Dotonbori Main Branch

Day 2
Osaka top sights

09:30

Breakfast at Kuromon Market

11:00

Shinsekai and Tsutenkaku tower

13:30

Lunch at Rokusen

14:30

Shitennoji temple

16:00

TeamLab botanical garden

19:00

Dinner at Dotonbori (try delicious street food and walk around)

Day 3
Trip to sacred Koyasan

06:00

Departure from Namba Station

08:30

Arrival to Eko-in Temple

09:00

Breakfast at the Temple

10:00

Okunoin cemetery

13:30

Lunch at Miyama

15:00

Kongo Buji and Danjo-garan Temples

19:00

Dinner at the temple

Overnight at Eko-in Temple

Day 4
Back to Osaka

08:00

Breakfast at the Temple

10:05

Departure to Osaka

12:25

Arrival to Namba station

13:30

Lunch at Matsusakagyu Yakiniku M Hozenji Hanare (beef specialty restaurant)

15:00

Relax at Spa Suminoe (onsen)

19:00

Dinner at Tetchiri Kuromon Hamato (Fugu restaurant)

Day 5
Day trip to Nara

08:00

Breakfast at the Hotel

09:12

Departure from Osaka station

10:30

Nara Park with deer

13:30

Lunch at Awa Naramachi

14:30

Walk around Nara top sights

16:40

Departure from Nara station to Osaka

17:40

Arrival to Osaka station

21:00

Dinner at Sushi Hirokawa (Michelin sushi restaurant)

Day 6
Osaka hidden gems

09:00

Breakfast at Kuromon Market

10:00

Namba Yasaka shrine

11:00

Ohatsu Tenjin shrine

13:00

Lunch at Shabutei Nishi Umeda

14:30

Shopping at Shinsaibashi

19:00

Dinner at Dotonbori

Gastronomy

Sushi Hirokawa (Osaka)

Sushi Hirokawa (Osaka)

1 Chome-8-39 Gamou, Joto Ward, Osaka, 536-0016, Japan 〒536-0016 大阪府大阪市城東区蒲生1丁目8−39

High-quality sushi restaurant that serves the Omakase course, which means that the dishes are decided by the chef he creates in front of you. It is a sophisticated restaurant that will please you with authentic Japanese dining experience. 9 seats only! Booking in advance is highly recommended.

Shinkawa Nishiya (Osaka)

Shinkawa Nishiya (Osaka)

1 Chome-17-16 Nanbanaka, Naniwa Ward, Osaka, 556-0011, Japan 〒556-0011 大阪府大阪市浪速区難波中1丁目17−16

A hidden seafood izakaya (local bar) near Namba Station is open until 5 am! It is a small retro bar with an outstanding atmosphere and delicious food. Roasted avocado and sake are highly recommended! Book in advance!

Kobe Shushinkan (Kobe)

Kobe Shushinkan (Kobe)

1 Chome-8-17 Mikagetsukamachi, Higashinada Ward, Kobe, Hyogo 658-0044, Japan 〒658-0044 兵庫県神戸市東灘区御影塚町1丁目8−17

A great place to learn about sake and sample the very best Japan can offer. They have a mini restaurant and Tax-free shop. Very authentic place.

Eat Osaka cooking school (Osaka)

Eat Osaka cooking school (Osaka)

Chome, 1 Chome-4-7 Ebisuhigashi, Naniwa Ward, Osaka, 556-0002, Japan Chome, 1丁目-4-7 恵美須東 浪速区 大阪市 大阪府 556-0002

Small private cooking classes in a warm atmosphere. Booking is a must! http://www.eatosaka.com/

Frequently asked questions

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Emergency telephones

Police: 110 (across Japan)

Fire Service: 119 (across Japan)

Consulate: (06) 6315-5900 (Osaka)

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  1. Bobby says:
    I’m planning a trip to Osaka in the spring and I’m looking for some itinerary suggestions. I’m interested in seeing the city’s highlights, as well as some of its hidden gems.
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      Osaka is a vibrant and exciting city with something to offer everyone. Here is a suggested itinerary that combines some of the city’s most popular attractions with some of its lesser-known gems:
      Day 1: Visit Osaka Castle, one of the most iconic landmarks in Japan. Then, explore the Dotonbori district, known for its neon lights, street food, and lively atmosphere.
      Day 2: Visit Universal Studios Japan, a world-famous theme park. Then, explore the Umeda Sky Building, which offers panoramic views of the city.
      Day 3: Visit the Shitennoji Temple, one of the oldest and most important temples in Japan. Then, explore the Shinsekai district, known for its retro atmosphere and Tsutenkaku Tower.
      Day 4: Visit the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, one of the largest aquariums in the world. Then, explore the Tempozan Ferris Wheel, which offers stunning views of the city skyline.
      Day 5: Visit the Expo ’70 Commemorative Park, a large park with gardens, museums, and other attractions. Then, explore the Namba district, a popular shopping and entertainment district.
      This is just a suggested itinerary, and you can customize it to fit your interests and budget. Be sure to factor in some time to wander aimlessly and discover Osaka’s many hidden gems.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  2. Jonice says:
    I’m interested in visiting Universal Studios Japan, but I’m not sure what to expect.
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      Universal Studios Japan is a world-famous theme park with rides and attractions based on popular movies and TV shows. The park is divided into eight themed areas: Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Adventure Island, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Universal’s Volcano Bay, Universal CityWalk, Universal Studios Singapore, and Universal Studios Beijing.
      Popular rides and attractions at Universal Studios Japan include The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, Minion Park, and The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man. The park also hosts a number of parades and shows throughout the day.
      If you are visiting Universal Studios Japan, be sure to purchase your tickets in advance to avoid the crowds. You may also want to purchase an Express Pass, which allows you to skip the line for most rides and attractions.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  3. Linda says:
    I’m looking for a restaurant that serves authentic Osaka food. Can you recommend one?
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      Yes, here are a few restaurants in Osaka that serve authentic Osaka food:
      Kushikatsu Daruma: This restaurant is known for its kushikatsu, a Japanese dish of deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables.
      Okonomiyaki Mizuno: This restaurant is known for its okonomiyaki, a Japanese savory pancake.
      Kitsune-udon Kitsuneya: This restaurant is known for its kitsune-udon, a Japanese noodle dish with sweet tofu.
      Takoyaki Wanaka: This restaurant is known for its takoyaki, a Japanese dish of octopus balls.
      Ichiran Ramen: This restaurant is known for its tonkotsu ramen, a Japanese ramen dish with pork broth.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  4. Matthew says:
    I’m traveling to Osaka with my family. What are some kid-friendly attractions?
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      Osaka has a number of kid-friendly attractions, including:
      Universal Studios Japan: This theme park is a great place for kids of all ages. There are rides and attractions based on popular movies and TV shows, as well as parades and shows throughout the day.
      Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan: This aquarium is one of the largest in the world and has a wide variety of marine life, including sharks, penguins, and sea otters.
      Tempozan Ferris Wheel: This Ferris wheel offers stunning views of the city skyline and is a great way to see the city from above.
      Expo ’70 Commemorative Park: This park has a variety of attractions for kids, including gardens, museums, and a large playground.
      KidZania Osaka: This interactive children’s museum allows kids to try out different professions.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  5. Donald says:
    I’m on a tight budget. Are there any free things to do in Osaka?
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      Yes, there are a number of free things to do in Osaka. Here are a few suggestions:
      Visit Osaka Castle: Osaka Castle is one of the most iconic landmarks in Japan and is free to enter the outer grounds. You can walk around the castle grounds, admire the moats and walls, and take in the views of the city.
      Visit Shitennoji Temple: Shitennoji Temple is one of the oldest and most important temples in Japan and is free to enter. You can walk around the temple grounds, admire the architecture, and visit the main hall.
      Visit the Expo ’70 Commemorative Park: The Expo ’70 Commemorative Park is a large park with gardens, museums, and other attractions. Many of the attractions in the park are free to enter, including the Tower of the Sun, the Japanese Garden, and the Children’s Playground.
      Visit the Tsutenkaku Tower: The Tsutenkaku Tower is a retro tower located in the Shinsekai district. It offers panoramic views of the city and is free to enter the observation deck.
      Visit the Kuromon Market: The Kuromon Market is a lively market where you can find fresh produce, seafood, and other Japanese delicacies. It is free to enter the market and you can wander around and browse the stalls.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  6. Moe says:
    I’m interested in experiencing Japanese culture. What are some suggestions?
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      There are many ways to experience Japanese culture in Osaka. Here are a few suggestions:
      Visit a temple or shrine: Temples and shrines are an important part of Japanese culture and offer a unique glimpse into Japanese spirituality. Some popular temples and shrines in Osaka include Shitennoji Temple, Osaka Tenmangu Shrine, and Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine.
      Take a cooking class: Learn how to cook some of your favorite Japanese dishes, such as takoyaki, okonomiyaki, and sushi.
      Attend a sumo wrestling match: Sumo wrestling is Japan’s national sport and offers a unique and exciting experience. Sumo wrestling matches are held regularly in Osaka at the Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium.
      Visit a traditional Japanese bathhouse: Traditional Japanese bathhouses, or onsen, are a great way to relax and experience Japanese culture.
      See a kabuki performance: Kabuki is a traditional Japanese form of theater that is known for its elaborate costumes and makeup. Kabuki performances are held regularly in Osaka at the Shochikuza Theater.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  7. Gus says:
    What is the best time to visit Osaka?
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      The best time to visit Osaka depends on your interests. If you want to avoid the crowds, visit during the shoulder seasons of spring (March-May) and fall (September-November). If you want to experience the summer festivals, visit in July or August. Winter in Osaka can be cold and snowy, but it’s also a beautiful time to visit if you’re interested in seeing the city’s winter illuminations.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  8. Tuhin says:
    What are some tips for getting around Osaka?
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      Osaka has an excellent public transportation system, so getting around the city is easy. You can purchase an Osaka Amazing Pass, which gives you unlimited rides on trains, buses, and subways for a set period of time. You can also rent a bicycle, which is a great way to explore the city at your own pace.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  9. Stephen says:
    What is the best way to communicate with people in Osaka?
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      Most people in Osaka speak Japanese, but English is widely spoken in tourist areas. You can also find English signs and menus in most places. If you’re having trouble communicating, you can try using a translation app or asking for help from a hotel employee or tourist information center staff member.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.
  10. Maci says:
    What are some things to avoid doing in Osaka?
    1. Avatar photo Anna Kraskovska says:
      Here are a few things to avoid doing in Osaka:
      Don’t talk loudly on public transportation.
      Don’t eat or drink while walking in public.
      Don’t litter.
      Don’t smoke in public places.
      Don’t take photos of people without their permission.
      Please feel free to contact us at your convenience, and we will be delighted to make your trip unforgettable. We are committed to ensuring your experience is exceptional.

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