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Osaka Satisfaction Tour!

JPY20,000

  • Required Time:
    630minutes
    (1)Shinsaibashi OPA - Depart 10:00 2) Nishi-Umeda Square - Depart 10:30 3) Osaka Castle (90 minutes) 4) Lunch and free time at Kuromon Market (75 minutes) 5) Hozenji temple & Dotonbori (60 minutes) 6) Osaka Museum of Housing and Living (75 minutes) 7) Umeda Sky Building (45 minutes) 8) Nishi-Umeda Square - Arrive 18:30 9) Shinsaibashi OPA - Arrive18:45)
  • Time:
    12:30
  • Supported Languages:
    Japanese / English
Participants(Min.):
2 People
Participants(Max.):
7 People
Payment Method:
Credit Card (VISA/Mastercard)
Fee:
JPY 20,000
JPY 10,000
JPY 0
Age (Min.):
0 years old
Parent/ Guardian Required:
Under 15 years old
Cancellation:
Yes
Booking deadline:
1 days prior by 21:00

Acitivity

- Osaka Castle
(The tour starts at Osaka Castle, that is situated right in the middle of the city. It is an area where you can enjoy plum blossoms, cherry blossoms and autumn colors during their seasons. With its beautiful castle keep and splendid stone walls, it is a symbol of Osaka city.) )
- Kuromon Market
(Osaka has long been known as the kitchen of Japan, and even today, Kuromon Market supports the food capital Osaka as a "city where you eat till you drop"; as an unmissable foodie spot. There is an eat-in area where you can sit and enjoy all the delicacies. Explore and try sushi, kuroge wagyu beef, udon noodles, takoyaki, and much more at Kuromon Market until your stomach can't take anymore.)
- Dotonbori and Hozenji Temple
(The image we get when we think of "Osaka" can be found in Dotonbori, such as the famous Glico sign and the giant animatronic crab of Kani-Douraku. This area is where they say "bigger is better". Hozenji Yokocho, an area featured in the Michelin Guide, is the place where you can feel a sense of peace and calm amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, a change from the gaudy atmosphere of Dotonbori.)

Itinerary

Schedule
STEP1
Reception(Please arrive by the meeting time and complete the registration.)
STEP2
Osaka Castle(Osaka Castle, the largest historical building in Osaka, was first built in 1583. The present-day Osaka Castle was built in 1931. Inside the castle, visitors can learn about various aspects of Osaka's history and culture by viewing important cultural properties, as well as to buying souvenirs at the castle shop.)
STEP3
Kuromon Market(It is said that around 1822, fish merchants used this market, known as the kitchen of the Osaka people, as a place to trade every morning. Nowadays the 580-meter-long shopping arcade is lined with about 150 stores, and there is an eating area in the market, so visitors can experience the food culture of Osaka firsthand.)
STEP4
Dotonbori and Hozenji Temple(Hozenji Temple: Founded in 1637, Hozenji Temple was destroyed by fire in a war, but the main deity and Mizukake Fudo-san Buddhist Statue survived. It is said that visitors who did not have any offerings with them poured water over the statue and clasped their hands together in prayer, which is how the unique tradition of this place began. This is a peaceful place in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the city. Dotonbori: Named Dotonbori in 1615, this area is the entertainment center of Osaka. You can feel the energy of today's Osaka with its huge billboards and its theatres)
STEP5
Osaka Museum of Housing and Living, Umeda Sky Building(Osaka Museum of Housing and Living is the first museum in Japan dedicated to the history and culture of Osaka, recreating the streets of Osaka in the Edo period. At 173 meters high, the Umeda Sky Building, built in 1993, has a circular observation deck that connects the tops of its two buildings 40 floors above ground. It is a world-famous building that was once voted one of the world's 20 leading buildings in 2008 by the British newspaper The Times.)

Included in the Fee

Car, driver, highway toll fees
Tour conductor
Facility parking fees
Admission fees

Not included in the Fee

Lunch

Meeting Place
In front of Shinsaibashi OPA / In front of Nishi-Umeda Square
1-4-3 Nishi-Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka / 3-2-4 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
Directions
Nearest StationOsaka Metro Midōsuji Line Nagahori Tsurumiryokuchi Line Shinsaibashi Station / JR Osaka Station
Directions to Nearest Station10-second walk from Shinsaibashi Station, Exit 7 / 1-minute walk from JR Osaka Station, Sakurabashi Exit
Distance from Nearest Station1 minute / 5 minutes
Destination by Taxi:In front of Shinsaibashi OPA, along Midōsuji / JR Osaka Station, in front of Nishi-Umeda Square by Sakurabashi Exit

Things guests need to prepare on the day of the activity (clothes, belongings, etc.)
Comfortable clothing

Cancellation Policy

  • 10days prior
    20%
  • 7days prior
    30%
  • 1days prior
    40%
  • on the day
    100%

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Dates2021/05/16
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Unavailable:Every Tuesday (due to Kurashi-no-Konjakukan being closed)