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  • Osaka: Main Sights and Hidden Spots Guided Walking Tour

    1. Osaka: Main Sights and Hidden Spots Guided Walking Tour

    Osaka is known for great food, quirky characters and an urban history much longer than Tokyo's. Get under the skin of this unique city on this guided walking tour with a professional English-speaking guide.  Start off with a visit to Osaka Castle Park. You won't go inside the castle, but will get to admire the grand and imposing exterior, and will stroll around the surrounding park.  Here you'll learn about the history of Osaka and how it was almost robbed from the Japanese 400 years ago.  A quick train ride takes you to Tsuruhashi, to explore the maze of Korea Town. Explore the narrow streets and alleys of this pre-war commercial district.  Another quick journey by public transport will take you to modern Harukas building. Enjoy the view from one of the high floors, then head underground to explore the food hall of the department store underneath. See high quality products for sale l...

  • Osaka: Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Walking Tour

    2. Osaka: Highlights & Hidden Gems Private Walking Tour

    Join a friendly local guide in an authentic experience of electrifying Osaka. Get a personalized tour of the city’s fascinating history, culture, and fantastic food scene as you’re led between its liveliest districts – and a few off the tourist trail. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. First, meet your guide at Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine. Dating back to the 3rd century (before the introduction of Buddhism), it’s one of Japan’s oldest shrines, and one of the few examples of Sumiyoshi-zukuri – purely Japanese architecture. Then, hop on the train to the high-energy entertainment district of Namba, an area that’s buzzing with locals looking for a good time 24/7. Stroll down lively streets to Kuromon Market, a covered space packed with over 100 shops and ...

    My tour guide took me on a journey as if it were a right of passage to the people of Osaka. I loved every moment of it.

  • Osaka: Full-Day Sightseeing Tour by Private Vehicle

    3. Osaka: Full-Day Sightseeing Tour by Private Vehicle

    Discover how Osaka has centuries more history than Tokyo and a merchant culture that still strongly resonates today on this full-day guided tour by private vehicle.  First stop is a visit to the Osaka Castle, where you will explore the grounds and enjoy the view of the castle’s exterior. Then, visit what is said to be the oldest Buddhist temple in Japan, Shitennoji.  Next, head to Shin-sekai. A short stroll around the area will show you typical foods, games, and Osaka's famously bad fashion sense. After lunch, visit the Harukas building to admire views across the city as you soar up a glass elevator. At the basement of this tall building is a local marketplace with some of the finest foods on display, such as Kobe beef and high end sushi.  You will then explore Dotonbori, sometimes compared to New York's Times Square. Explore the side streets and hear interesting stories from your gu...

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What people are saying about Abeno Harukas 300

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5.0 / 5

based on 6 reviews

Brice was excellent and very efficient with time. We walked around Osaka and hit many tourists spots but also took shortcuts and saw places “off the beaten path” I recommend this to anyone specially on a short stay in Osaka.

The beautiful side of Kyoto

Airi was a great guide. We were allowed to see the most beautiful side of Kyoto, with realy beautiful hidden temples and shrines off the tourist routes. And all that without hurry. Definitely recommended!

Magic only happens when energy opens good fortune.

My tour guide took me on a journey as if it were a right of passage to the people of Osaka. I loved every moment of it.

Barun was an engaging guide, showing us lots of interesting things.

Great exposure to the esencial

Fumigo, took us to the heart of Osaka. This is just what we wanted.