Osaka Castle, one of the most famous castles in Japan, was built in the late 16th century by the feudal lord Toyotomi Hideyoshi and was one of the best fortifications of the time. The castle was burned during the civil conflicts of the Meiji Restoration in the mid-19th century and was rebuilt in the early 20th century with concrete. Destroyed during the bombing of World War II, the castle was rebuilt again in the 1990s and is now one of Osaka’s most popular tourist attractions.
- Osaka – One Day Tour
Osaka One Day Tour “Osaka sightseeing tour”
Индивидуальный тур под запрос
- One Day Tour
- 1 days / 1 nights
Osaka One Day Tour, any time of the year
Our first stop is the majestic Osaka Castle, a symbol of the city's rich history. Explore its impressive architecture and immerse yourself in the stories of the past within its walls and lush grounds.
Next, we'll head to the Umeda Sky Building, an architectural marvel offering breathtaking panoramic views of the city from its observation deck. Enjoy the cityscape from above and capture unforgettable memories.
Afterward, we'll explore the vibrant Dotonbori area, famed for its dazzling lights and energetic atmosphere. Indulge in delectable street food, stroll along the canal, and capture stunning photos with iconic signs.
With its mix of history, modernity, and lively streets, Osaka promises an unforgettable adventure. Enjoy every moment of this thrilling excursion! [Read more...]
Umeda Sky Building
Designed by architect Hara Hiroshi in 1993, this 173-meter building is the 19th tallest in Osaka and one of the most notable parts of the cityscape. Two forty-story towers are connected at the top by Floating Garden Observatory, whose glass verandas offer beautiful city views. The basement floor, with stores and restaurants, resembles a Japanese city street of the early 20th century. Various companies’ offices occupy the building. There is a lovely park with fountains at the base of the towers.
Dotonbori is a neighborhood that stretches along the Dotonbori canal between Dotonboribashi Bridge and Nipponbashi Bridge. The history of Dotonbori goes back four hundred years. In the early 17th century, this area was designated for entertainment venues by a government decree. By the end of the Edo era, there were six Kabuki theaters, five Bunraku theaters, and other smaller establishments. A restaurant area eventually grew around the theaters, and the district became one of the most popular places for evening entertainment for citizens and visitors. By now, there’s little left of the traditional theaters, but the area is still famous for its active nightlife, entertainment, and delicious food.