The Top Low Cost Attractions in Osaka

A Night In The Dotonbori District

Every tourist who visits Osaka will find themselves in Dotonbori. This tourist district is busy day and night, Dotonbori is the best place to visit after dark.

Dotonbori Street Food

You will find thousands of visitors looking at the giant neon lights that cover the skyline. The buildings are large, the lights are bright and the atmosphere is electric. You will find the famous Glico running man and a giant crab. Dotonbori is a vibrant neighborhood with the best restaurants and street food in the city.

Dotonbori Street Food

Oska Local Food

Osaka is a food city, the city is a food lovers paradise. You will find delicious street food on every corner. You will find people from all over the world enjoying delicious and cheap street food.

Osaka Street Food

In Osaka, there is more to food than just eating. You will find many food experiences where you can learn how to make your very own Japanese meal. Read the Osaka food experience guide for more details.

Maikoya Tea Ceremony and Kimono Experience

No visit to Osaka is complete without your very own traditional Japanese tea ceremony. At Maikoya you will find one of the highest rated tea ceremonies in Japan.

Maikoya Tea Ceremony and Kimono Experience

You can attend the tea ceremony in casual clothes or try a traditional kimono. The ladies can experience some Osaka spa treatment as they have their hair and makeup prepared by the English speaking team. You can take as many photographs as you like or have your very own professional photo shoot.

Maikoya Tea Ceremony and Kimono Experience
Maikoya Tea Ceremony and Kimono Experience

Osaka Castle

Osaka Castle

No visit to Osaka is complete without a bicycle tour of Osaka castle. A visit to Osaka castle is the perfect way to relax. If you want to get away from the heat, hire a bike and take a cycle tour of Osaka castle.

Osaka Castle

Where ever you go in Osaka you will find delicious street food and Osaka castle is no exception. Osaka Castle dates back to the sixteenth century and the Azuchi-Momoyama period. This is a rich part of Osakan history. You will find excellent tour guides who can tell you more.

Osaka Castle
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