Osaka One Day Tour
This activity will be scheduled upon your request.
You will receive the confirmation of your booking availability within 24 hours from Takatoshi Tokuyasu. We will full refund if we cannot accept your reservation.
Osaka is the second largest city after Tokyo in Japan. It is famous as a commercial city nowadays. Osaka is full of contemporary buildings such as Umeda Sky building and Grand Front Osaka. And it also has historic places like the Namba Imperial Palace and Shitennouji Temple back to the 6th to 7th Century.
During this tour, you will find the history and great view of Osaka, though Osaka is famous worldwide for its business city. On an occasion of visiting Osaka Castle, you may visit Osaka museum of history and even find the ancient imperial warehouse in front of the museum. In the Osaka station area, you will find the big shopping place of Grand Front Osaka and the Umeda Sky Building near by. In the area of Shitennoji Temple, Tsutenkaku tower is located 10 minutes by walk from it. Kuromon Market is just one station by subway. In any places, you will find old historic things which lead to current ones.
Originally established in the 16th Century by Hideyoshi Toyotomi as an emblem of his power. This was destroyed by Tokugawa Shogunate and reconstructed in the 17th Century. The current one was built in 1931.
2.Osaka Museum of History
The museums chronicle Osaka's history, beginning in ancient times when Osaka served as Japan's first capital and site of the Naniwa Palace and ending with exhibits on shopping arcade of the city area in the early Showa Period.The building offers excellent views of Osaka castle site from its 10th,9th floors.
3.Umeda Sky Building
The height of 173 meter building consists of two towers that are connected with each other by the "Floating Garden Observatory" on the 39th floor. The observatory offers great views of the city through its windows and from its open-air deck.
4.Osaka Museum of Housing and Living
A step back in time to Osaka during the Edo-period . You can freely stroll among the buildings and lanes in a life-sized reproduction of town in the 1830s.
The first Buddhist temple to receive national oversight and financial support from the nation. Originally constructed in AD593 by Prince Shotoku, who was known for his profound Buddhist faith when Buddhism was not widespread in Japan. Most of the present structures are from when the temple was completely rebuilt in 1963.
The 100-meter steel Eiffel Tower-inspired structure.Originally constructed in 1912. Current tower was reconstructed in 1956. Try to find the statue of the Billiken, good luck charm.
Kuromon Ichiba is 580 meters long.It is a very lively market with lots of human interaction, and is packed with approximately 150 shops of mainly fish,vegetables and fruits.
Regular time / 9:00-17:00 (8 hours)
*Reservation must be made by 5pm of the 7 days ago.
The capacity is up to 4 people.
Price (Tax included)
Total Price: JPY30,000 by 4 people
Included: Guide fee only
Not included: Transportation fee(you and guide), lunch, dinner, entrance fee.
* Please inquire if there are 5 people or more.
Full amount will be refunded if contacted up to 30 days prior to the event. Otherwise no refund will be granted.