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In the heart of Osaka’s business district, Nakanoshima is home to some of the city’s most historic buildings, including City Hall, Nakanoshima Festival Tower, and the first branch of the Bank of Japan. This 1.8-mile- (2.9-kilometer- long island between the Dojima and Tosabori rivers is also home to the urban oasis of Nakanoshima Park.

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Osaka Bike Tour with a Local Guide

Osaka Bike Tour with a Local Guide

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While exploring Osaka, take your sightseeing outdoors: by bicycle. This small-group tour introduces visitors to popular attractions as well as local hangouts such as Nakazaki-cho and America Town. Your guide selects the safest route with as little traffic as possible—difficult to do on your own. Enjoy plenty of stops including Osaka Castle, Nakanoshima Park, Umeda Sky Building, Nipponbashi Denden Town, and Shitennoji.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Osaka in a Nutshell: Three hour bike tour

Osaka in a Nutshell: Three hour bike tour

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Avoid the hassle and language barriers of figuring out Osaka’s public transport system and explore the city in a much more relaxing and scenic way—on a guided bike ride. See green parts of the city—such as Utsubo Park, and get lots of great tips on the city’s best places to eat and drink. No need to worry about the bike ride being challenging—conveniently, the route is 90% flat.
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  • 3 to 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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One day in Osaka: Six hour bike adventure

One day in Osaka: Six hour bike adventure

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Explore Osaka just like a local: On a bicycle. Pedal through the streets of the city on your way to its best sites, including Osaka Castle, Shitennoji Temple, and Shin Sekai, and follow your guide to some lesser-known attractions. Along the way, get insight into this fascinating city; its contribution to the history of feudal Japan, its distinctive dialect and culture, and its remarkable food scene—which you get a taste of by refueling with lunch at a local spot.
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  • 5 to 6 hours
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【Nakanoshima park&Tenjinbashi 】Survival Japanese lesson & street food hopping!

【Nakanoshima park&Tenjinbashi 】Survival Japanese lesson & street food hopping!

We'll walk around the beautiful riverside park 'Nakanoshima' and find somewhere to sit for survival Japanese lesson. This is one of my favorite place in Osaka;-) There are a lot of historical buildings and also very relaxing park area, people call this area 'The oasis in the metropolis' Also there's a library which has a long history and unique European style. We'll start with self introduction in Japanese and then we'll practice some greeting words, then step up to next level 'phrases frequently used for shopping / restaurant' etc. Then we'll walk through the longest shopping arcade in Osaka which is called 'Tenjinbashi' and drop by 'Tenmangu' shrine nearby. This shopping street has a lot of old / unique shops which you can't find in the down town area, very local!! I'll pick up some street food shops on the way, you can fill up your stomach with 1000 yen! (You can trust my recommendations, I was born and raised in Osaka, 100% Osaka local!) ★1000 yen is included in the tour fee.★
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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Osaka Cycling Tour

Osaka Cycling Tour

Riding a bicycle in a foreign country is always fun! You can relax and pedal a bicycle to get different areas. This tour starts from calm Yodo riverside. The cycling road is surrounded by rows of trees including sakura so you'll be able to feel nature even in the big Osaka city. Passing through the riverside, you'll arrive at Nakanoshima Park. After the park, you'll ride through Osaka Castle Area to see the castle tower and giant stone walls. At the last, you'll visit Kyobashi. This area is very deep and has lots of local restaurants like Izakaya Toyo which is now super famous after broadcasted on "Street food" from Netflix. You'll have local food for lunch at Kyobashi. 【Why this tour is unique?】 1. You'll be able to find different faces of Osaka  - Calm riverside, modern park, historical castle and deep local area. 2. Our well-knowledged guide will lead you places and strees you would never visit. *Approximately 15km and the road is usually flat. So it is not physically intensive.
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  • 4 hours
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Private Cruising to Enjoy the Cityscape of Osaka from the Boat (70 min.)

Private Cruising to Enjoy the Cityscape of Osaka from the Boat (70 min.)

【OUTLINE】 Escape from the hustle and bustle of a big city and enjoy a stylish excursion on the water in Osaka. This 70-minute private cruise limited to 10 persons is perfect for families and friends as children are welcome to join. The night cruise offers a stunning night view of Osaka. 【HILIGHTS】 ・Travel to the heart of Osaka by the luxurious boat ・Discover Osaka's cityscape and attractions from the boat, escaping from the noise of the city (70 min.) ・Cruise on the Higashi-Yokobori River under the Hanshin Expressway that is not usually seen ・Passing through the Panama Canal type sluice gate, the boat enters Dotonbori famous with the Glico Running Man sign ・Admire the stunning night view during the night time
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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