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Osaka Holidays

Japan’s third largest city, Osaka is Tokyo’s rebellious younger sibling, doing its best to assert its independence and quirky personality. Long Japan’s trading hub, it is a wealthy city that absolutely loves its food – so much so it has the nickname ‘Japan’s Kitchen’, so be prepared to taste as much as you can! ‘Kuidaore’ which means roughly ‘to ruin oneself by extravagance in food’ is the city’s unofficial motto, and who are we to argue with that?

Osaka is a unique place that is to be experienced rather than seen – whilst there isn’t a huge amount to visit, there is plenty of ambience to soak up, extremely friendly locals to meet and fascinating areas to wander. 

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holiday duration 11 Days from
holiday price 4,190pp

Immerse yourself in the unique and fascinating culture of Japan. Encompassing the essentials with futuristic cities, imperial heritage and magnificent nature, this tour incorporates a number of experiences that give your holiday a truly authentic edge.

holiday duration 13 Days from
holiday price 4,590pp

Japan is a country of captivating contrasts, where ancient gods rub shoulders with modern technology, skyscrapers give way to paddy fields and bustling crowds disperse into the classical gardens. This tour is the perfect introduction to this fascinating archipelago.

holiday duration 12 Days from
holiday price 6,990pp

Japan is an island of unique culture and sky-high thinking. Explore this incredible nation in luxury, travelling from Tokyo to Kyoto, passing under the watchful peak of Mount Fuji and experiencing all the quintessential elements of Japan as you go

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Five Reasons To Visit Osaka

Dotonbori
Lying along one of Osaka’s many canals, Dontonburi is the city’s most eye-catching district thanks to the multitude of neon advertising signs. It is also famous for its many restaurants.  

Osaka Castle

A 1930s reconstruction but extremely impressive none the less, Osaka Castle has a turbulent history. Razed or burned down many times since its construction in the 1500s, it managed to survive World War II intact. 

Umeda Sky Building
One of Osaka’s most recognisable buildings, the Umeda Tower houses a rooftop observatory – the Floating Garden, from where you can get incredible views over the city.

Osaka Bay
An area solely aimed at entertainment, the Osaka Bay area is home to the Osaka Bay Aquarium, Universal Studios Japan, and a huge range of shopping and dining options, right on the waterfront.

Food
As ‘Japan’s Kitchen’, Osaka is the place to indulge your foodie tendencies. Whether it’s street snacks, a bowl of udon noodles or a full on traditional feast, you’ll get the best here.  

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Things To See In Osaka

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