Osaka

Osaka Tour
List of included services
Free time: Shinsaibashi, Dotonbori, Kobe Harborland
Local guide: Language upon requests (tips not included)
Air flight: option (place, day, and time)
Bus: Japanese driver (tips not included)
Services included: Accommodation / Entrance fees / Meals / Insurance / Air flight
Day 1
Kansai Airport Departure – Nara Deer Park – Lunch – Shinsaibashi (free time) – Dotonbori (free time) – Dinner – Transfer to Hotel

Day 2
Hotel Breakfast – Kiyomizu Dera – Sannenzaka / Ninenzaka – Lunch – Arashiyama Bamboo Forest – Togetsukyo Bridge – Dinner – Transfer to Hotel

Day 3
Hotel Breakfast – Nankinmachi (Kobe Chinatown) – Kobe Port Earthquake Memorial Park – Lunch – Kobe Harborland (free time) – Rokko Cable Car – Rokko Garden Terrace – Rokko Shidare Observatory – Dinner – Transfer to Hotel

Day 4
Hotel Breakfast – Osaka Castle – Lunch – Osaka Museum of Housing and Living – Arrival at Kansai Airport
Nara Deer Park
Nara Park was established in 1880. Around the park, there are many attractions such as are of Todaiji, Kasuga Taisha, Kofukuji and the Nara National Museum. The park is also famous for its hundreds of freely roaming deer. Considered as the messengers of the gods, the deer has become the symbol of Nara. Visitors and locals can buy Deer crackers around the park, and some deer have learned to bow to visitors for being fed.
Shinsaibashi
Shinsaibashi-Suji Shopping Street is the best-known shopping area in Osaka, and a landmark of Osaka. It was established 380 years ago during the Edo Period. You can find all kind of shops as well as 600 meters long roofed arcade.
Dotonbori
The name “Dotonbori” came both to the Dotonbori Canal and to Dotonbori Street which runs parallel to the canal’s southern bank. This area is famous for its neon lights, extravagant signage, and the enormous variety of restaurants and bars where you can try popular dishes from the city.
Kiyomizu-dera
Kiyomizu-dera (literally “Pure Water Temple”) is one of the most famous temples of Japan and the number 1 landmark of Kyoto. It was founded in 780 on the site of the Otowa Waterfall in the wooded hills east of Kyoto.
Sannenzaka / Ninenzaka
They are representative walking trails in Kyoto where you can find Kyoto cuisine restaurant, stores which sell Kyoto specialties and various boutiques.The two areas are filled with old houses which bring visitors to feel the atmosphere of the old capital. 
Arashiyama Bamboo Forest
The Arashiyama Bamboo Forest is one of Kyoto’s top natural sights. Walking surrounded by these soaring stalks of bamboo is like being in a different world.
Togetsukyo Bridge
The Togetsukyo Bridge was first built during the Heian Period (794-1185) and most recently reconstructed in the 1930s. The bridge and the forest in the mountains offer a very good view. 
Nankinmachi (Kobe Chinatown)
Nankinmachi is a small Chinatown located in central Kobe. The area was developed by Chinese merchants who settled near Kobe Port in 1868 when the port started to allow foreign. The name of the city comes from Nanjing, the former Chinese capital.
Kobe Port Earthquake Memorial Park
This Memorial Park is part of the Meriken Pier whose 60-meter breakwater was damaged during the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake. It has not been reconstructed for offering visitors a chance to be aware of the terror that this earthquake brought among the locals.
Kobe Harborland
Kobe Harborland is a shopping and entertainment district. The area has a large choice of shopsrestaurants, cafes and other attractions. This place is popular among couples and tourists because of its nice atmosphere.
Rokko Cable Car
The cable car has been operating since 1932. The ride offers a very nice view of the surroundings.
Rokko Garden Terrace
The restaurant has various commercial facilities including a French restaurant & café, and a grocery store where visitors can enjoy a panoramic view over Osaka Bay and the city of Kobe.
Rokko-Shidare Observatory
Osaka Castle
The construction of this castle was orderedin 1583 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a powerful feudal lord and warrior during the Sengoku period. The five story castle was destroyed and reconstructed several times during its 450 years history. Visitors can also walk in  Castle Park which was opened in 1931, and is incredibly renowned changing foliage in Spring and Fall.
Osaka Museum of Housing and Living
This museum holds a section of the townscape of Osaka in the late Edo Period. There are also exhibits and introductions of the townscapes and housing of other periods.