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Osaka Prefecture, situated in the Kansai region of Japan, is a dynamic blend of rich history, modern urban landscapes, and delectable cuisine. The bustling city of Osaka, its capital, is known for attractions such as the iconic Osaka Castle, lively Dotonbori district, and Universal Studios Japan. The prefecture is also a food lover’s paradise, with mouthwatering dishes like takoyaki, okonomiyaki, and kushikatsu. Beyond the city, visitors can explore the beautiful nature of Minoo Park, relax in the hot springs of Kinosaki, or visit historical sites like Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine. Osaka Prefecture offers an unforgettable travel experience for all.


Kansai International Airport – International Flights
Itami Airport – Domestic Flights

Japan Domestic Flight Ticket can be bought from below.
ANA (External Website)
JAL (External Website)

Flight about 6000 ~ for one way ticket.
Estimated flight time: 1 hour

From Kansai International Airport
Kansai Airport Limousine Bus
Links Kansai International Airport and cities.
Details can be found here (External Websites)
No reservation of seat, first come first served.

Bullet Train (Shinkansen):
From Tokyo Station to Osaka Station (Nozomi)
Ticket can be bought at the station.
Procedure to buy the ticket is explained here by the operator. (External Website)

One way ticket: 14500 yen
Takes about Nozomi 2.5 hour / Hikari 3 hour / Kodama 4 hour

Monorail & Trains
Monorail Bound for “Kadomashi” Get off at “Hotaru Ike” →
Takarazuka Hon-sen Bound for “Osaka Umeda” Get off at final stop.




Tower of The Sun, Osaka

Tower of The Sun in Osaka Commemoration Park is the weird and funniest looking tower from the remains of Expo '70.

Osaka Castle, Osaka

Osaka Castle is the symbol in Osaka prefecture. It is attracting both domestic and international tourist from its beauty of the castle.

Tsutenkaku, Osaka

Tsutenkaku in Osaka is a must visit location in Osaka. Surrounding the Tsutenkaku, Shin-Sekai is famous for traditional Kushi-Katsu food.
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