・Umeda Sky Building (Kuchu Teien Observatory): This building is one of the popular landmarks in Osaka with a unique shape. From the observatory heights of 173m, you can overlook the entire Osaka city.
・Osaka Castle: This magnificent castle has been selected as one of the three most famous castles in Japan. The castle is now used as a museum where you can learn about armor and kimonos from the time of its construction. The top floor of the tower is an observation deck where you can enjoy the view of the city of Osaka.
・Shinsaibashi: A major shopping district in Osaka where long-established department stores and international luxury stores are gathered.
This area is always busy, but a great area for people who love shopping.
・Dotonbori Street: This is one of the most popular shopping streets in Osaka. The Dotonbori street is a great place to take a photo with the "Glico" sign, which is the symbol of Dotonbori. There are many other unique signs and advertisements in the area and plenty of photo opportunities. Let's have a taste of local specialties such as Takoyaki and Kushikatsu for lunch.
・Hozenji-Yokocho: This is a side street that exudes a serene atmosphere. The moss-covered Buddha statues and the maze-like narrow alleyways make this a hiding place that you won't believe is so close to the downtown area.
・Kuromon Market: This market is very popular that attracts about 30,000 visitors a day. This market is known as "Osaka's kitchen" where you can find fresh seafood, vegetables, and fruits from all over the Kansai region.
・Den-den Town: A town lined with specialty shops selling anime and video game goods. It is said to be the largest in western Japan after Akihabara. In this tour, you will visit a shop that specializes in figures and arcade games. Let's enjoy the latest Japanese pop culture.
・Shitennoji Temple: This temple has a history of 1,400 years. It was built after the arrival of Buddhism in Japan and is the oldest architectural style in Japan.
You can climb the five-story pagoda, which is quite a rare experience in Japan.
・Shinsekai (Downtown area): A popular downtown area lined with restaurants and theaters. The famous Tsutenkaku Tower, the symbol of Osaka, is the center of many unique buildings, making it a very photogenic spot.