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Osaka Walking Tour (From Hiroshima)
Walking is the best way to discover Osaka when it is hot, cold, or rainy outside. Osaka walking tour is a great way to see Osaka Castle, Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi on foot and blend in with the locals. This tour is ideal for first time visitors in Osaka You will mostly walk. You will take a train once. Don’t bring a bag and wear comfortable shoes
Osaka Walking Tour Itinerary
Tsutenkaku tower is regarded as the symbol of Osaka, with its resemblance to Eiffel
Tower in Paris. It’s also famous as the place where the wooden sculpture of a lovely god called Billiken is exhibited. Today many people visit here to scratch the sole of this unique god’s feet and laugh, for this is said to bring happiness and fortune to people.
Shinsaibasi-suji is a roofed street stretching about 600 meters in the south center of Osaka, lined with more than 180 fashionable shops and upscale restaurants.
The street is always packed with many people from all over the world, strolling and speaking varieties of languages, while taking pictures of themselves standing in front of their favorite places. Free Wi-Fi is available. Connection methods and shop information are provided in 4 different languages; English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese.
Dotonbori, the area that represents and typifies the lively image of Osaka, is always the last destination of Osaka tour. Known for its famous sign displays such as a crab with moving legs, Blow Fish and Glico Man, this area attracts ardent followers of Cui-daore, those who ruin themselves by extravagance in food.
Osaka Castle was once the most extravagant symbol of political power in feudal days, established by one of the most popular unifiers of Japan, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, in 1598. The present castle tower is the 3rd generation, rebuilt in 1931 through fund-raising movements conducted by concerned Osaka citizens.
Hiroshima Tours are available on a daily basis.
Hiroshima tours are guided by government licenced and certificated tour guides in Hiroshima .
Hiroshima Tours usually departs from Maikoya Hiroshima at 10am in the morning.
Hiroshima Tours usually returns to Maikoya Hiroshima at 6pm in the evening
Hiroshima Tours costs ￥3000 per person ( Minimum of 10 guests, we accept small groups too)
Hiroshima Tours had an additional cost of ￥400000 if a private van is needed. Hiroshima Tours had an additional cost of ￥900000 if a tour bus is needed.
Hiroshima Tours can be adjusted based on your specific needs and desires.
Hiroshima Tours participants are allowed to keep their belongings at Maikoya Hiroshima (Depends on the group size)
Hiroshima tour itineraries may slighly change based on the weather and season.
Hiroshima Tours also provides tours without tour guides.