Discover Osaka's most popular attractions and hidden gems on this half-day walking tour. The tour can be extended to a full-day tour if you have more time.
Discover both the excitement of Osaka's most famous attractions and the allure of the hidden gems throughout the city. There are many places to see in Osaka, including the castle and the Namba/Dotonbori areas. You will also discover interesting old neighborhoods. We will also visit some famous shopping malls. The guide will show you the five most famous sights of the magnificent city in English (or another language of your choice). We offer a half-day walking tour of Osaka, and we provide informative commentary and relevant cultural discussions along the way.
We'll pick you up from your hotel. The first place we'll visit is the Osaka Castle Park. Explore the entire history of Osaka here, the castle as well as the rest of the city. You can take in some beautiful views as well as enjoy the beauty of nature.
Then, we're off to Osaka's Koreatown, which is still relatively Japanese but, more importantly, is a colorful piece of old Japan. You will be captivated by its narrow streets, ancient architectural wonders, spirited shopkeepers, and tempting foods.
You can take the JR Subway Loop Line to Tennoji for a short trip. View Osaka's tallest building, a modern shopping district, and how the locals conduct business. After strolling through a pleasant park for a few minutes, we reach Shin-Sekai, a roaring entertainment district dating from the 1920s.
Take the subway to Shinsaibashi, with its shops and side streets, and watch the famous "running man" scene at Dotombori. We'll send you back to your hotel at noon or 6 pm.
We'll help you with the JR Subway pass purchase.
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