Osaka Amazing Pass

Sightseeing Osaka e-Pass – The Best Way To Visit Osaka!

Free entrance to over 25 attractions in Osaka with just a QR code

If you’re planning a trip to Osaka, the sightseeing Osaka e-Pass is a must-have. This convenient digital pass costs only MYR 72 for a 1-day pass or MYR 90 for a 2-day pass, and it provides free access to over 25 attractions in Osaka. For detailed information about what’s included, you can check out this link.

During my visit to Osaka, I found the sightseeing Osaka e-Pass both easy to use and a great way to save money. The 2-day pass I purchased covered many of the attractions I wanted to see. Most of these places have entrance fees, and without the Osaka e-Pass, I would have spent significantly more on admissions.

Activating the Sightseeing Osaka e-Pass

The sightseeing Osaka e-Pass is a digital pass provided as a QR code. To activate the pass, simply scan the QR code for free entry to an attraction on your first visit.

The sightseeing Osaka e-Pass is valid for a calendar day, not for 24 or 48 hours from the time of activation. To maximise the benefits, it is best to activate the pass early in the morning.

Must visit places with Sightseeing Osaka e-Pass

1. Osaka-jo Gozabune Boat

Experience the splendor of Osaka Castle from a unique vantage point aboard the Osaka-jo Gozabune Boat, also known as “The Golden Wasen.” This golden boat glides along the castle’s moats, offering an up-close view of the impressive stone walls. As you sail, you’ll also gain fascinating insights into the historical construction and significance of these ancient fortifications.

2. Tsutenkaku Tower

Get the chance to visit one of the most iconic tower in Osaka, the Tsutenkaku Tower. Take a short trip to the top of the tower and enjoy a spectacular 360-degree view from one hundred meters above ground! Drop by Shinsekai for a delicious lunch or dinner and capture the Tsutenkaku Tower from a beautiful angle.

3. UMEDA Sky Building Observatory

Be fascinated when you visit the UMEDA Sky Building Observatory as you rise to 170 meters high with the world’s highest escalator. It is called the “Sky building” because of its height and the feeling you get when you find yourself in the escalator – you feel as if you hover into thin air. Not forgetting, an incredible never ending 360 degrees view of Osaka city.

4. Glion Museum

If you love cars, this is a place you do not want to miss. Glion Museum is a classic car museum with approximately 250 classic cars including BMW, Rolls Royce and more. Besides the museum, they also have a showroom that has a variety of super cars available for purchase.

5. Osaka Museum of Housing and Living

Located in the Kita Area stands the amazing Osaka Museum of Housing and Living. The museum has recreated streets and buildings to demonstrate how life was in Osaka in the past. The structure houses the only model of its sort in Japan, which depicts the entire city during the Edo Period. Visitors can experience the many forms of living in the city at various points throughout its history through interactive exhibits, learning all about Osaka’s growth.

6. Shitennoji Temple

Shitennoji is one of the oldest temple in Japan and the first ever to be constructed by the state. Prince Shotoku, who supported the spread of Buddhism in Japan, created it in 593. Even though the temple’s structures burned down multiple times over the centuries, they were carefully rebuilt to reflect the original 6th century design

There are many more places to visit

There are many more interesting activities and places that are included in the Osaka e-Pass. Bear in mind that during the winter season, many attractions close early, therefore you will not be able to cover as many as expected.

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Andy Thong
Andy Thong

Andy Thong is a certified Club Med Specialist and Contiki ambassador. He is a content creator and loves travel. His goal is to inspire you to fill your travel with culture, color, and creativity with spotlights on traditions, craft, cuisines, and festivals around the world.

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