Osaka Express

From USD$530 Per Person
  • 3  nights  4  days
  • Osaka
  • Kyoto: Visit the Kinkakuji – the Golden Pavilion
  • Kyoto: Arashiyama and take a stroll in the Bamboo Grove
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    • Kyoto: Visit the Kinkakuji – the Golden Pavilion
    • Kyoto: Arashiyama and take a stroll in the Bamboo Grove
    • Nara: Todaiji and Deer Park
    • Osaka: Explore Osaka on your own
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Osaka Express

Enjoy a visit to the Kansai region of Japan.

If you love Japanese food, you’ll love the Osaka Express tour package. Enjoy a 4 days and 3 nights visit to the Kansai Region. Osaka is a dreamland for all foodies! Try all the Osakan style street foods. It is one of the most happening cities in Japan. Next, enjoy a full day tour in Kyoto. You’ll stroll through the serene Bamboo Grove, visit the famous Kiyomizu Temple and Kinkakuji, and end the tour on a high note at the Golden Pavilion.


Arrive in Osaka, meet your local representative and transfer to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day at leisure.

Accommodation: Hearton Hotel Nishi Umeda or similar

Today join a full day tour of the two former capitals of Japan - Kyoto and Nara. On this tour you will the Golden Pavilion, Kinkakuji. Explore the Arashiyama and enter the magical Arashiyama Bamboo Grove and enjoy a serene stroll. Then transfer to Nara where you will visit sights include Todaiji Temple, home of the Great Buddha and the Nara Deer Park. End your tour at Osaka City Air Terminal and enjoy the rest of the evening at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast and lunch
Accommodation: Hearton Hotel Nishi Umeda or similar
Note: Admission to the Todaiji Temple is not included.
Enjoy a day to explore Osaka at your leisure or join an optional tour (at extra cost).
Ask one of our Destination Specialist for more information.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hearton Hotel Nishi Umeda or similar
Enjoy the morning at leisure until it is time to transfer to Kansai International Airport for your onward flight

Meals: Breakfast

Price Includes

  • Return join-in transfer between airport and hotel.
  • Superior 4-Star hotel accommodation based on double occupancy
  • Join-in sightseeing tours in Kyoto and Nara with admission*
  • Professional English Speaking local guide service
  • Daily breakfast and 1 lunch

*Guaranteed departure with 2 passengers

Price Excludes

  • International Airfare to Japan
  • Travel/Medical/Cancellation insurance
  • Travel Visa
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping and gratuities to local guides, drivers, and hotel staff
  • Any items not specified as included

Travel Tips

Travel documents: Passports must have 6 months validity by the time of return.
U.S and Canadian passport holders do not require a visa if staying in Japan less than 90 days.

For Visa requirements please refer to CITB Visas.

Currency: The unit of Japanese currency is yen. Coins are available in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 500 Yen and bank notes in denominations of 1,000, 2,000 (very rare), 5,000 and 10,000 Yen. Travelers Checks are accepted by leading banks, hotels, ryokan (Japanese inns) and stores in major cities. International credit cards such as American Express, VISA, Diners Club and MasterCard are also acceptable at these major establishments. However, credit card transactions are not always convenient outside big cities so obtaining cash beforehand is recommended when you travel to the countryside

Language: There is only one official language spoken in Japan, which is of course is Japanese. However, many Japanese are able to understand English to a certain extent since English is the foreign language that everyone must learn as part of compulsory education. Even if you don't understand Japanese, you can still certainly enjoy Japan. But if you know a few everyday Japanese phrases then it will make your trip even more memorable. A few words make a big difference.

Weather: Japan has four distinctive seasons. In spring, The plum blossom is a good sign that the cold winter will soon end and spring is just around the corner, followed by the cherry blossoms in March and early April. Summer begins in June with a three to four week rainy season and then it becomes seriously hot and humid from July onward. Autumn always brings freshness with a light breeze and cool temperature after the hot and humid summer. Winter weather ranges according to the geographic location. The temperature rarely drops below 0°C in the plains along the Pacific coast during wintertime. It is very dry and very sunny. Central Japan and Northern Japan are highly reputed regions for winter sports. Southern Japan is comparatively mild and pleasant in winter.

What to Pack: Tourists can prepare clothes according to the following:
Spring: Mar – May Light jackets, light sweaters and other similar kinds of tops.
Summer: Jun – Aug Light clothes (cardigans are handy, since indoors are mostly air-conditioned.)
Autumn: Sep – Nov Light jackets, light sweaters and other similar kinds of tops.
Winter: Dec – Feb Overcoat and sweaters, etc.

Power Supply: Voltage – 100V. Frequency – 50Hz (Eastern Japan) / 60Hz (Western Japan including Nagoya, Kyoto & Osaka). A convertible type of electrical appliance such as a hair dryer, travel iron and shaver will therefore be handy; otherwise a step-down transformer is required to convert the voltage. There are no columnar-shaped plugs or 3-pin plugs used in Japan but 2-flat-pin plugs are used instead. It is therefore advised to purchase a plug adapter beforehand.

Tips & Gratuities: Tipping is generally not customary in Japan.

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