Learn about Japanese history Visit a giant burial mound
A unique sign welcomes you in Shinsekai, and you can climb up to Tsutenkaku, the symbol of Osaka, and see the city of Osaka. For lunch, let's eat the fish you caught. Enjoy fresh seafood.
In the afternoon, enjoy the feeling of being in the sea at Kaiyukan, one of the largest aquariums in western Japan.
Osaka station, Osaka
Meeting spot; will meet up at the South Gate Park of Osaka station. Exit the central ticket gate, go straight on the right, and after passing the Daimaru Department Store, you will reach the South Gate Square. The landmark is the water clock.
Old emperor's giant tomb in Sakai; One of the world's three largest tombs and registered as a World Heritage Site in 2019
Fishing experience restaurant. Eating the fresh fish after you caught it!
The symbol of Osaka
A golden observatory where Billiken, the god of happiness, is enshrined
Kaiyukan, one of the world's largest aquariums, is located in Osaka. You can encounter a lot of excitement in the huge aquarium where large whale sharks swim leisurely, and in the area where you can experience nature.
It takes 90 to 120 minutes to go around the museum once.
Splitting spot; You can leave at Osaka Habour station if you wish.
Osaka station, Osaka
From shopping districts to ancient burial mounds, South Osaka has places where you can feel both modern and historical. On this trip, you will contact with the history of Japan and also enjoy the city of modern Osaka culture.
Licensed tour guide
Transportation fee (you), Meals, entrance fee for Tsutenkaku and Kaiyukan
・It is okay that you arrange an original tour, inquiry me!
・Reservations prefer to be completed 14 days in advance due to my reserch for spots and schedule adusjtment.
・I can also guide you in other areas such as Kyoto, Nara, Shiga, Wakayama, Mie, Kobe, Himeji, Shikoku island and Hiroshima.
Business days refer to each website, and each facilities and sightseeing spots may be closed due to any reasons such as Corona Virus Pandemic
Please bring your drink and wear comfortable shoes, and dress appropriately for the climate.
Itineraries might be subject to change due to weather conditions or other special occasions.
You should inform your guide about ingredients you cannot eat for allergies or diseases. Also, religiously restricted foods.
Yes. You can arrange the spots as needed. For example, Abeno Harukas You can climb to the tallest skyscraper in Japan and shopping at Kintetsu mall）
Yes, tell me your need. I will re-make the itinerary as you wish.
Please let me know in advance if you have any food allergies
My daughter and I did a tour with Hiroki and the experience left us with a majestic impression of beautiful Osaka. Hiroki was so gracious and met us at our hotel and we discussed some options that fit with our desires. The tour covered amongst many things Osaka castle, walked thru some incredible shopping and best of all the Osaka Aquarium. Hiroki went above and beyond my expectations as a guide as he fixed some issues with our IC card, eased our tour with ticket purchasing and best of all was his flexibility with our sight seeing options (as we spent a good part of our day looking for some obscure Washi paper around Osaka). My daughter played with a seal in the Osaka aquarium which was a transcending experience. It would be fantastic to come back and tour Osaka again with Hiroki. From the bottom of our hearts: Thank you for being such a great Osaka host.
Hiro was a great guide with everything meticulously mapped out ahead of time. We loved trying Oden from a family owned place that had about 6 seats. We went to a great, small Yakitori place with fun and lively staff and guests. We had Takoyaki and Gyoza at different places. The kids stopped to do archery and cork guns. We also went to an Udon place and a restaurant where you can catch your own fish…if you desire. Lastly, Hiro treated us to dessert-taiyaki. The tour was the best way to spend one of our last nights in Osaka. I would highly recommend!! Thank you.
To Olivia and her lovely family, Thank you for leaving wonderful comments. I wanted you to enjoy Japan more than ever. It was my pleasure to hear that way more than I thought. Lastly, there is more than you ate in Japan. Someday, you will come back and try other local foods. Thank you very much from my heart.
Thank you for showing Nara and Kyoto! I remember this being a last minute request and really appreciate you accommodating it!
Thank you, Khai. I also learned a lot from your guests and spent a great time with them. I am looking forward next request. Thank you very much from all my heart.
Thanks Hiroki for taking care of our clients!