A symbol of Osaka situated in the middle of the Shin-Sekai district
The Tsutenkaku is a national registered tangible cultural property.
One of Osaka's signature attractions, it is known for its statue of Billiken, a god of good fortune who is said to grant good luck to those who rub the soles of his feet.
One of the seven great temples built by Prince Shotoku, Shitennoji dates from the year 593.
With a total area of 109,090 SQM, the precincts of Shitennoji are around three times the size of Koshien Stadium, the famous baseball park near Kobe. The temple is home to the Shoryoin, a worship hall dedicated to Prince Shotoku, and has some 500 national treasures and important cultural properties dating from the time of its construction.
Universal Studios Japan®
An amusement park featuring a range of different areas, each with a different atmosphere, USJ is a world of excitement.
A theme park where visitors can enjoy world-class entertainment. Fun for children and adults alike, USJ offers exciting rides and shows themed on Hollywood blockbusters, seasonal events, and more.
Tennoji Park and Tennoji Zoo
One of Osaka's most well known city parks, Tennoji Park houses a zoo, the city art museum, and the Keitakuen Japanese garden
Tennoji Zoo was opened as the country's third zoo on 1915, and currently houses 900 animals from 200 species.
One of Japan's three most famous castles, Osaka castle is a well-known tourist spot.
Osaka Castle was the residence of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who built it as a base from which to unify Japan. Today the castle exhibits artifacts and materials connected to Hideyoshi amongst other items. The expansive park surrounding the castle features flowering cherries, plums, and peaches, that provide beautiful blossoms in spring and colorful foliage in the fall, letting visitors enjoy the changing seasons.
Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan
The Kaiyukan is one of the largest aquariums in the world, and is designed along the theme of the Pacific Ring of Fire.
Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan is home to some 30,000 animals from 620 species, which are exhibited in huge tanks, letting visitors experience the splendor and mystery of the sea.
Convenient and beneficial for travelers in Nara from Osaka and Kyoto!
With this pass, you can get unlimited rides on the KINTETSU Railway and the Nara Kotsu Bus Line within designated zones for one or two days, perfect for visiting World Heritage sites and other shrines and temples in Nara! The pass is on sale at the front desk or the concierge desk (for hotel guests only).
- 1day Pass: Adult 1,500 yen / Child 750 yen
- 2day Pass: Adult 2,000 yen / Child 1,000 yen