It makes great sense to travel to Osaka on a cruise in 2025 for the World Expo. We create your unique curise travel to Osaka and Japan to help you explore and engage with Japan through its food, culture, nature and customs.
On any Japan cruise travel, a drop in Osaka, Japan, is unique for several factors. Osaka is both modern-day and approachable, from its vacationer area Dōtonbori, which embodies the city's spirit and shopping scene, to the pure enjoyment of Universal Studios Japan. Background lives at the 16th century Osaka Castle, where flowering cherry blooms color the landscape and inform the tale of Japan's marriage and the fifth-century Buddhist holy place Shitennō-ji, the first Buddhist holy place ever integrated in Japan.
Along the road, Osaka has gotten a track record as Japan's "Foodie City." It is home to whatever from high-end Michelin-star dining establishments to impossibly delicious road foods. Eating your method via Osaka is easy when the culture is so food-centric. People in Osaka citizens believe that food is an integral part of living. You will get impressed when you join our food tour and Japanese cooking class in Osaka.
Conveniently accessible by train from Osaka, Kyoto was Japan's old capital city and the #1 Japan tour destination.
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The 2025 cruises to and around Japan will be available in Spring, 2023. We'll publish them on this page. You are welcome to check back!
In one or two days at the World Expo, a 7-day tour will definitely give you a feel for Japanese culture and its quirks. You'll also probably be able to fit in more than you think because Japan is one of the easiest countries to travel around. Learn more at the 7-day package page.
The first-timer will be fine with ten days. This package offers the best of Japan, from its fast-paced cities to its magnificent nature including Mt. Fuji, and ancient temples. Learn more at the 10-day package page.
Two weeks is the ideal amount of time to spend in Japan for your first trip. Explore the region from mountains to sea, wander through chaotic neon-lit streets and serene Zen temples, soak in onsens and fill up on sushi and ramen. Learn more at the 16-day package page.