Many of Japan’s foremost
sightseeing spots are located in Kansai, the region surrounding Osaka. There
are plenty of ways to get to and from Osaka, so it’s just a quick trip to
Kyoto, Nara, Kobe, and other popular sightseeing cities!
Osaka is in almost the exact
centre of Japan making it rich in the history of Japan, as seen from its famous
Osaka Castle. Osaka is the second smallest prefecture in Japan, but has the
second largest population after the capital, Tokyo. The city of Osaka is
abundant in history, culture, shopping, and food, which can be seen in its main
tourist hub of Namba, where the city really comes alive under its neon signs.
Osaka also has good access to popular tourist spots in surrounding areas such
as Himeji Castle and Universal Studios: Japan.
Served by Kansai International Airport, Kobe Port and a main
stop on the Tohoku Bullet Train line, Osaka is easily accessible by all modes
of transport, making it the perfect destination for tourists.
[Self-Guided] 9 daysThere are so much to do for your children in Japan like visiting Tokyo Disney world, Kimono wearing, art and craft etc. This tour offers a 2-Day Passport to enjoy both Tokyo Disney..
[Assisted] 10 days This is a truly special tour, not just because it includes plenty of assisted day tours of must see locations. On offer is the opportunity to experience an element of Japanese life ..
Stay in temple lodgings at Mt. Koya (Koyasan) - a World Cultural Heritage site!
You will be served Buddhist vegetarian meals for dinner and breakfast, participate in the ＡＪＩＫＡＮ' Zen-like Buddhist pra..
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