Picking up Osaka's famous landmarks & specialties♪

From Tokyo Station to Shin-Osaka Station
About 2 hours by Shinkansen "Nozomi".

Welcome drink upon arrival in Osaka!
Let's have a mixed juice!

From Shin-Osaka Station to Osaka Station (Umeda)

Mix Juice


It is said that mixed juice originated in Osaka. The juice stand in front of the ticket gate of Hanshin-Umeda Station has been loved by locals for over 50 years. Among the juicers lined up in the stand, the most popular is, of course, mixed juice. The classic flavor is very popular with everyone from the elderly to children.
From Osaka Station to Osaka Castle
30 min. by JR Loop Line and walk.
To go & see

Osaka Castle


Osaka Castle was built by Toyotomi Hideyoshi in 1583. The present keep was rebuilt in 1931 from the Edo period keep. On the second floor of the castle, you can take a commemorative photo wearing a helmet and a jinbaori (a ceremonial robe worn by samurai)!
From the observatory on the 8th floor, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Osaka Castle.
Data: Osaka Castle
Address/ 1-1 Osaka-jo, Osaka, Osaka 540-0002
TEL/ 06-6941-3044
From Osaka Castle to Dotonbori
35 minutes by subway
To go & see



Dotonbori is lined with large, outstanding billboards. It is a must-see area when you come to Osaka. Don Quijote has a Ferris wheel where you can view the bustling town. A 20-minute mini cruise is also recommended to view the city from the river as you proceed through Dotonbori. You'll find delicious aromas coming from all over the place, so find some good eateries!
Data: Dotonbori
Address/ 1 Dotonbori, Chuo-ku, Osaka Osaka 542-0071

Takoyaki, Takosen, Okonomiyaki

大阪グルメ たこ焼き・たこせん・お好み焼き

Okonomiyaki and takoyaki are the most popular gourmet foods in Osaka. These are the soul food of Osaka, and there are many restaurants in the city. Try them with aonori (green laver), katsuobushi (dried bonito flakes), and plenty of sauce and mayonnaise! A unique menu item, "Takosen" is takoyaki sandwiched between shrimp crackers. If you see one, give it a try!
From Dotonbori to the hotel
30 minutes by train

Check in at the hotel.


ザ パーク フロント ホテル アット ユニバーサル・スタジオ・ジャパン

Opened in 2015, The Park Front Hotel at Universal Studios Japan is the official hotel, located just steps from the nearest train station and the park entrance. Think of the elevator as a time machine, with each floor offering a different era of America. The buffet-style restaurant is also popular. Guests staying at the hotel can purchase park tickets with guaranteed admission at the front desk.
Address/ 6-2-52 Shimaya, Konohana-ku, Osaka Osaka 554-0024
TEL/ 06-6460-0109


Enjoy playing at USJ!

Departure from Hotel
To go & see



Once inside the park, you're in another world! With each area of the park, including Super Nintendo World™, Minion Park, and the Wizarding World of Harry Potter™, each area is a perfect world, and the attractions, as well as the atmosphere in the park, are exciting for adults and children!! Studio passes are available in evening-only, 1-day, 1.5-day, and 2-day options to suit your itinerary.
Address/ 2-1-33 Sakurajima, konohana-ku, Osaka Osaka 554-0031
TEL/ 0570-05-8605
Return to the hotel after a full day of fun.



Udon in Osaka is characterized by a clear, light-colored soup than in Tokyo.
Kitsune udon with plenty of broth and sweet and spicy fried bean curd on top is a standard menu item.If you are a little hungry, how about kitsune udon for an evening meal?


More fun spots in the Bay Area!

Check out of the hotel

Walk along Universal Studios to the Tenpozan Ferry Pier.

From Universal City Station to the ferry pier
20 min. by walk (8 min. by cab) / 1.7 km
To go & see

Tempozan Cruise


Osaka, known as the water city, once had many ferry boats for people to come and go. The Tempozan Ferry offers free passage across the 400-meter wide Aji River between the Sakurajima area where USJ is located and Tempozan, where Kaiyukan is located. Just a three-minute boat ride!
Data: Tempozan Cruise
Address/ 3-10-34 Sakurajima, Konohana-ku, Osaka Osaka 554-0031
TEL/ 06-6571-5919
To go & see



Tempozan offers many fun facilities, including Kaiyukan (aquarium), a park, a Ferris wheel, LEGOLAND Discovery Center, a petting zoo, and a shopping mall. Inside the marketplace is Naniwa Gourmet Yokocho, where you can find all kinds of Osaka's gourmet foods.
Data: Tempozan
Address/ 1-1-10 Kaigandori, Minato-ku, Osaka Osaka 552-0022
Short walks
To go & see



Kaiyukan, one of the world's largest aquariums, located in Tempozan, is one of Osaka's most popular tourist facilities. The Pacific Ocean is reproduced in a giant aquarium tank, and 14 tanks are displayed around it. The most popular of all is the whale shark, which stands nearly 12 meters tall, and its twice-daily meal times are also worth seeing.
Data: Kaiyukan
Address/ 1-1-10 Kaigandori, Minato-ku, Osaka Osaka 552-0022
TEL/ 06-6576-5501
From Tempozan to Tsutenkaku
30 minutes by train
To go & see



If you want to experience the nostalgic and messy atmosphere typical of Osaka, go to Tsutenkaku Tower! You will be greeted by many overhanging billboards and the official character, Billiken, with his strange smile. It is said that patting the sole of Billiken's foot will bring you good luck.
Data: Tsutenkaku
Address/ Ebisu-higashi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka Osaka 556-002
TEL/ 06-6641-9555


大阪グルメ 串カツ

Kushikatsu is one of Osaka's gourmet specialties that you can't miss! Kushikatsu, simply put, is deep fried meat and vegetables on skewers. Not only meat, but also vegetables such as green bell pepper, eggplant, lotus root, quail, cheese, shrimp, etc. are on the menu. There is a wide range of restaurants from fancy ones to casual ones, so you can find one to your liking.
From Tsutenkaku to Shin-Osaka
30 minutes by train.

From Shin-Osaka Station to Tokyo
About 2 hours by Shinkansen

End of tour


Tour Fee
Per Person
Peak Season(1 room for people) 72,000 JPY~
Off Season(1 room for people)44,000 JPY
Round trip train fare / Bullet train reserved seat / 2 nights accommodation with breakfast, tax

Sights Information

Umeda Sky Building

This uniquely shaped high-rise complex is located less than a 10-minute walk from Osaka and Umeda stations. The building contains stores, restaurants, a movie theater museum, and other facilities for a full day of fun.The hanging garden is located on the 39th floor above ground with a rooftop open sky deck, offering a 360-degree view of the city.

Abeno Harukas

Abeno Harukas is a complex facility located in front of Tennoji Station. The 58th to 60th floors are used as observation decks. If the weather is fine, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, Awaji Island, the Rokko mountain range, and the Ikoma mountain range.

Katsuo-ji Temple

Katsuo-ji Temple, famous as the temple of Darume dolls, is located in Minoh City, about an hour north of Osaka Station, and is known as the god of victory. A huge number of Daruma dolls are dedicated in the precincts of the temple. The temple is a place where you can feel the changing of the seasons, from the cherry blossom season in spring to the fall foliage season in autumn.

Kuromon Market

Known as "Osaka's kitchen," Kuromon Ichiba is a market where locals and professional chefs alike come to stock up, but more recently it has become a popular spot for tourists from Japan and abroad. The market is bustling with fresh seafood, fruits, and an array of food stalls. It is one of the best gourmet streets in Osaka, attracting as many as 23,000 people a day.


Tsuruhashi, a Korean town in Osaka, offers Korean gourmet food, Korean cosmetics, and Korean sweets, making you feel like you are traveling to Korea. There is also a Yakiniku Street lined with Yakiniku restaurants, where you can enjoy authentic Korean food.

Shinike Haniwa Factory Park

This park, located in a high-rise residential area, is the former site of an ancient haniwa factory in Shinike, which has been turned into a park. Come learn about the art of making haniwa while surrounded by restored haniwa!

Expo '70 Commemorative Park

Expo '70 Commemorative Park, the former site of the Expo, is a park that includes the park's symbol, Taro Okamoto's Tower of the Sun, the National Museum of Ethnology, a giant athletic playground for children, a forest aerial observation trail, and a Japanese garden. Opposite the nearest station, there is also a shopping mall, Expo City, and an aquarium, so you can play all day long.