Osaka Itinerary 6 Days

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6 Days in Osaka Vacation Guide

One of the biggest cities in Japan, Osaka is flocked to by visitors for its natural beauty, incredible history, great culinary scene, and culture best experienced at the plethora of festival all year round. Osaka has something for everyone, young and old alike. For the kids, there are amusement parks and parks, while the adults can resort to entertainment, shrines, temples and historic sites. Global attractions like the Universal Studios Japan render an international appeal to Osaka. To get the best of this city, you will require a good Osaka Itinerary 6 Days that will do justice to the city’s beauty and essence.

Covering all the main attractions and experiences, here is a list of what must be on your Osaka 6 days 5 nights plan.

What to see in Osaka in 6 days?

Day 1 of 6 Days in Osaka Itinerary:

Begin your day with some spiritual bliss at the Buddhist temple of Shitennō-ji. In the afternoon head to the eclectic neighborhood of Shinsekai that is full of shops, great eat outs and more. After all that walking you must indulge in some rejuvenation at the Spa World. Towards sunset, visit the Tsūtenkaku from where you can see a mesmerizing sunset. Dinner time is when you should try out the popular Minami restaurant know to serve some of best authentic delicacies.

Day 2 in Osaka Trip:

Commence your second day in Osaka by paying a visit to the magnificent Osaka Castle that also happens to be one of the major landmarks in Japan. Next, especially if you are traveling with children, the Osaka Science Museum is a must, it is counted as one of the best things to do in Osaka with kids. Later in the afternoon and towards early evening, visiting the Shinsaibashisuji Shopping Street can be befitting if you must look for some retail therapy, regardless, this is a great place to be in the evenings. Dōtonbori is one of the best things to do in Osaka at night and should be on your agenda for the second day’s night.

Day 3 of your Osaka sojourn:

The third day in Osaka beckons a little bit of adventure, entertainment and places that give you the opportunity behold Osaka’s beautiful outdoors. You may spend the entire day at the Universal Studios Japan to embark on a joyous day. Alternatively, you can evenly distribute your time among popular attractions that are fit for this day including Kyu-yodo River, Tempozan Ferris Wheel and the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan which is considered to be one of the best things to do in Osaka with kids.

Day 4 of Osaka Trip Plan:

Retail therapy, rejuvenating strolls, and sights of a bejeweled skyline are some things you can look forward to on this day. Commence by visiting the Nakanoshima Park. You can spend a good amount of time as there is a lot to explore here given its expanse of a whopping 11 hectares. Next up is the shopping complex of Namba Parks where there are both shopping and food avenues to keep you busy through the afternoon. If you seek a more eclectic retail indulgence then the Tenjinbashi-suji Shopping Street fits the bill just right. There is a whole lot of goods that you can buy here at very reasonable prices, thus making it one of the cheap places to shop in Osaka. If history interests you squeezing in a visit to the delightful Uroko-No-Ie Museum Of Art can be a great idea too, as an alternative to shopping. Towards the night makes a visit to the Abeno Harukas to watch a gloriously lit Osaka!

Day 5 of Osaka itinerary To Explore Heritage:

The first half of the day make a visit to the interesting historic district of Kitano Cho. This is one place where you can venture into the houses that hold relevance to the eras of Meiji and early Taishō. The Kobe Nunobiki Herb Garden And Ropeway are next in the day’s series. This is one attraction where you will see a beautiful array of flowers and herbs with even a restaurant where you can indulge in some lovely local fare. To see some intriguing works of art, the Uroko No Ie Uroko Museum Of Art is what must be next on the itinerary. End the day on a spiritual note by visiting the Kobe Kitano Tenman Shrine.

Day 6 in Osaka Trip Itinerary:

Last day in Osaka is for leisure. However, should you want more you can cover the following attractions as per the time of the day -
Morning: Kobe Animal Kingdom
Afternoon: Meriken Park
Evening: Kobe Port Tower
Night: The Live House Chicken George.

Tours and Activities in Osaka for 6 Days

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Best Hotels in Osaka for 6 Day Trip

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  • Can you suggest a day trip from Nagano to the monkey park via the Bullet train on Dec. 31?

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    • Hi Ray. I suppose you are asking about how to travel from Nagano to Jigokudani Snow Monkey Park via the Bullet Train. Traveling by train, you will have to go from the Nagaden Nagano Station to the Yudanaka Station in Yamanouchi. Either purchase a Snow Monkey 1-Day pass or a ticket which costs 1,260 yen if you take the Nagano Electric Railway Limited Express. From Yudanaka Station, you will have to take a bus to Kanbayashi Onsen bus stop which is nearest to the monkey park. 

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  • Can I buy a visitor train pass once I arrive in Japan?

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    • Sure you can! 

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