Visit Osaka and Kyoto for 5 to 7 days sample itinerary

Shinsho-Gokuraku-ji temple in Kyoto. This temple is as known as Shinnyodo and it is getting popular to see fall foliage lately. (C) Yasufumi Nishi / JNTO
Shinsho-Gokuraku-ji temple in Kyoto. This temple is as known as Shinnyodo and it is getting popular to see fall foliage lately. (C) Yasufumi Nishi / JNTO

I have made the sample itinerary that is Kyoto and Osaka stay for 5 to 7 days before.
Visit Kyoto, Osaka, Nara and Kobe for 5 to 7 days sample itinerary

In this itinerary, staying in Kyoto is first and then move to Osaka. But I have received many inquiries that is staying in Osaka first and then move to Kyoto. Those itineraries are very similar but when we choose the deals, it is different.

In this post, I will show you Osaka and Kyoto 5 days sample itinerary. But I will also tell you how to extend this itinerary and how to add other spots. And of course, I will show you how to choose the deals.

Day 1 – Kansai airport to Osaka

Limited Express Haruka at Kansai Airport station
Limited Express Haruka at Kansai Airport station

There are many deals to get Osaka from Kansai airport. You can find the deals at the link below:

How to choose the deals for access to/from Kansai Airport

I show many photos in Kansai airport at the link below. You will find the location of stations, bus stops and other facilities.

Kansai airport transportation guide. Find info about station, ticket, airport bus and high speed ferry

If you arrive at Kansai airport in early morning and intend to explore in Osaka after arrival, Yokoso Osaka Ticket may be available in your country. This deal includes airport access to Namba by Nankai Railway’s limited express train “Rapi:t” and unlimited trip of Osaka subway. You may find the information about this deal at the link above too.

If you cannot use Yokoso Osaka ticket but you want a deal to sightsee in Osaka, please see the link below to find the deals.
How to choose the best train pass for sightseeing in Osaka

If you arrive in late night, like after 22:00, you cannot purchase any deals because the windows are closed at 23:00. Train runs until 23:30. But you might not take even the last train to Osaka if custom and immigration are busy. There are some midnight bus service to Osaka. But the destination is very limited. Please find more information about late arrival in Kansai airport at the link below:

How to access to Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe from late arrival flight at Kansai Airport-KIX

Day 2 – Sightseeing in Osaka

Umeda Sky Building is very popular in these days. (C) JNTO
Umeda Sky Building is very popular in these days. (C) JNTO

The basic choice is Osaka Visitors ticket or Enjoy Eco Card which is one day subway unlimited ride pass. You may get most of places in downtown Osaka by this pass.

If you want to visit many attractions, Osaka Amazing Pass gives you the great savings. It includes 28 attraction’s admission and unlimited subway ride. Please see the following link to get the details about this pass.

If you intend to visit Osaka Kaiyukan Aquarium, Osaka Kaiyu Ticket is recommended. If you stay in Osaka but you may take not only subway but also other trains, like JR, Hankyu railway, Kintetsu railway, Keihan railway, Nankai railway, you may use Kansai one pass.

You can find the information about these deals in the link below:

How to choose the best train pass for sightseeing in Osaka

If you want to extend to stay in Osaka

You may add another Eco Card or Amazing Pass. But you may visit other places, such as Kobe, Nara. In case of this, you may add another Kansai area deal, like Kansai Thru Pass or Kansai Area Pass.

The following link shows you the itinerary of stay in Osaka only. But you may get some idea about choosing deal for trip to outside Osaka.

How to build the itinerary and choose the deals for Osaka stay 5 to 7 days.

Day 3 – Transfer to Kyoto from Osaka

Three railways, JR, Hankyu Railway and Keihan Railway run between Osaka and Kyoto. You have to find the location to stay in both Kyoto and Osaka. And then you may find which train is the best for your transfer from Osaka to Kyoto. You may find the route map at the link below:

How to transfer among Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Nara and Wakayama. Compare Japan Railway and private railways.

If you use ICOCA and Haruka, you may have some fund left in your ICOCA. You can use it for this transfer.

If you intend to make a day trip to Nara, Kobe or other places around Kansai area when you are in Osaka, you will use Kansai Thru Pass for these trips and trip to Kyoto on this day. You will make some trips in either Osaka or Kyoto. Kansai Thru Pass covers subway and bus in both Osaka and Kyoto. And it covers Hankyu Railway and Keihan Railway. This pass gives you transfer from Osaka to Kyoto and sightseeing in both cities.

Squeeze Nara or Kobe on the way to Kyoto from Osaka

If you just make a trip from JR Osaka to JR Kyoto, it takes 30 minutes. If you take other railway, you spend a little more minutes. But it never be more than one hour. You may enjoy some more in Osaka or Kyoto. But you may visit other places, such as Nara or Kobe. Nara is easier to squeeze because both Kyoto and Osaka are very accessible to Nara. You may find the access to Nara from Osaka and Kyoto at the link below:

How to access to Nara by Japan Rail Pass. If you don’t use JR Pass, Kintetsu Railway is more convenient.

Kintetsu Rail Pass one day is recommended for trip to Nara.

Kintetsu Rail Pass (Kintetsu Railway official site)

You may visit Kobe too. But Kobe is located at other side if you move from Osaka to Kyoto. Please find more information about trip to Kobe at the following link:

How to access to Himeji and Kobe from Osaka

Hankyu Tourist Pass covers Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto. This is most affordable one day pass that covers these three cities.

Hankyu Tourist Pass (Hankyu Railway official site)

If you are okay with very tight schedule and want to visit as many as you want, you can do Kobe and Nara in one day. In this case, Kintetsu Rail Pass that I mentioned above and Hanshin Tourist Pass are recommended. Hanshin Tourist Pass covers Umeda, Namba and Kobe. Hanshin Railway connects with Kintetsu Railway at Osaka-Namba station. Many of both Hanshin and Kintetsu trains run each other. Some trains go directly from Kobe-Sannomiya to Nara. This is the easiest route to get Nara from Kobe. If you have these two passes, you can take this direct train.

And also if you intend to use Kansai Thru Pass when you are in Osaka, you can use Kansai Thru Pass for this day too.

Day 4 – Sightseeing in Kyoto

Kiyomizu-dera temple is ne of most famous spots in Kyoto.
Kiyomizu-dera temple is ne of most famous spots in Kyoto. (C) Sue Ann Simon / JNTO

When you visit temples and shrines in Kyoto, you have to take city bus and/or subway. Kyoto City Sightseeing Card or All Day Bus Pass is your choice. You may find more information at the link below:

Inside Kyoto – Special Kyoto Bus, Train and Subway Passes

If you want to extend to stay in Kyoto

You may add another All Day Bus Pass or purchasing Kyoto City Sightseeing Card 2 days. But you may visit other places, such as Kobe, Nara. In case of this, you may add another Kansai area deal, like Kansai Thru Pass or Kansai Area Pass.

The following link shows you the itinerary of stay in Osaka only. But you may get some idea about choosing deal for trip to outside Osaka.

How to build the itinerary and choose the deals for Osaka stay 5 to 7 days.

Day 5 – Kyoto to Kansai airport

You can use Haruka discount ticket from Kyoto to Kansai airport at 1,600 yen. Please see the link below to find more information:

ICOCA and Harka, and Haruka discount ticket

This deal is cheaper than base fare ticket and limited express surcharge with non reserved seat on Haruka.

102 thoughts on “Visit Osaka and Kyoto for 5 to 7 days sample itinerary”

  1. Hi Takeshi
    What passes would you recommend for the following itinerary:
    Day 1 arrive KIX early morning going to Osaka Nipponbashi subway
    Day 2 sightseeing in Osaka
    Day 3 and 4 Day trips to Kyoto including Arashiyama
    Day 5 sightseeing in Osaka
    Day 6 Day trip to Nara
    Day 7 sightseeing in Osaka
    Day 8 Universal Studio
    Day 9 Osaka to KIX

    We will be staying in Osaka near Nipponbashi as a base throughout the trip. Thanks in advance.

  2. Dear Takeshi,

    I’m traveling to Osaka in Nov with my parents plus 1 infant. Please help to advise me the suitable pass to use. I’m arriving at 9.20 PM at KIX airport.

    Day 1 : KIX – Shin-Osaka / Namba Area
    Day 2: Osaka to Momofuku Instant Ramen Museum & Dotonburi
    Day 3: Osaka Castle & Umeda Sky Building
    Day 4: Himeji & Kobe
    Day 5: Shinsaibashi & Dotonburi
    Day 6: USJ
    Day 7: Namba to Miyajima
    Day 8: Hiroshima to Kyoto
    Day 9: Kyoto Sightseeing 1 ((Arashiyama)
    Day 10: South (Fushimi Inari, Uji)
    Day 11: Nara
    Day 12: Kyoto – Yamashirotaga Fruits Line
    Day 13: Stay at Ryokan
    Day 14: Kyoto – KIX

    Should I just purchase a JR Pass? Or should I just buy different passes ( Kansai Area Pass, Hiroshima Pass)? I would like to have reserved seats since I’m bringing my baby and elderly parents. My accommodation will change if I purchase JR pass, else I will stay at Namba Area.

    Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks in advance.

    1. Hi Felicia,

      As you noticed, Kansai Hiroshima area pass is the best choice. Especially if you change day 4 and 6, day 9, 10, 11 and 12, and start using Kansai Hiroshima area pass on day 6, you can cover Himeji, Kobe, Hiroshima, Miyajima, Yamashirotaga and Nara. This is most affordable choice but you cannot reserve the seats. Please see the link below about reserved and non reserved.
      https://jprail.com/travel-informations/travel-tips/reserved-seat-vs-non-reserved-seat-how-to-get-a-seat-on-non-reserved-car.html

      The other choice is Sanyo Sanin Area Pass.
      https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-visitors/sanyo-sanin-area-pass-it-is-much-better-deal-than-sanyo-area-pass.html

      It covers reserved seat and cheaper than JR pass. But when you go to Kyoto from Hiroshima, you need to change trains at Shin-Osaka. It does not cover Shinkansen from Shin-Osaka to Kyoto. You need to take ordinary trains. However you can take limited express trains, such as Haruka.
      https://jprail.com/trains/sort-by-type/limited-express/kansai-airport-limited-express-haruka.html

      It’s more expensive than Kansai Hiroshima area pass but you still get the worth of this pass by your trip plan. It’s valid 7 days but you still should change your plan and should put Himeji, Kobe, Yamashirotaga and Nara in 7 days period.

      If you use JR pass, you can take Shinkansen to get Kyoto. But there is no direct trains which is covered by JR Pass. You still need to change other Shinkansen trains at Shin-Osaka. And also you cannot get the worth of JR pass.

      In Osaka and Kyoto, there are some deals. Please see the links below:
      https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-residents/how-to-choose-the-best-train-pass-for-sightseeing-in-osaka.html
      https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-residents/how-to-choose-the-best-train-pass-for-sightseeing-in-kyoto.html
      https://jprail.com/sample-itineraries/airport-access/kansai-kix/how-to-choose-the-deals-for-access-tofrom-kansai-airport.html

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JPRail.com

      1. Dear Takeshi,

        Thank you for your previous reply.
        I have removed Hiroshima from my itinerary and made the following changes. Appreciate if you could advise me again.

        Day 1 : KIX – Namba Area (purchase single fare tix)
        Day 2: Osaka to Momofuku Instant Ramen Museum & Dotonburi
        Day 3: Osaka Castle & Umeda Sky Building
        Day 4: USJ
        Day 5: Shinsaibashi & Dotonburi
        Day 6: Himeji & Kobe
        Day 7: Namba to kanazawa & Shirakawago (overnight)
        Day 8: Kanazawa to Kyoto
        Day 9: Kyoto – Yamashirotaga Fruits Line
        Day 10: Kyoto Sightseeing 1 ((Arashiyama)
        Day 11: South (Fushimi Inari, Uji)
        Day 12: Kyoto
        Day 13: Kyoto
        Day 14: Kyoto – KIX (Buy Haruka ticket)

        I read from your post that, i should get Takayama-Hokuriku Area Tourist Pass for my trip, right? Can I start using from Day 6-Day 10?

        Thank you.

        1. Hi Felicia,

          You can use Takayama Hokuriku area pass but it covers only trip to Kanazawa and Shirakawago. It does not cover Himeji and Kobe. You can get Kobe but it does not cover Arashiyama, Nara, Fujimi Inari and Uji. After you arrive in Kyoto, this pass does help anything.

          In this case, you need to add Kansai area pass one day for Himeji and Kobe. And there is no deals to cover Uji, Fushimi and Yamashirotaga. Single fare ticket is your choice or get Kansai one pass instead.
          https://kansaionepass.com/en/about.html?info=1

          Cheers,

          Takeshi / JPRail.com

          1. Hi Takeshi,

            I have refined by itinerary., Please help to take a look again.

            Day 1 : KIX – Namba Area (purchase single fare tix)
            Day 2: Osaka to Momofuku Instant Ramen Museum & Dotonburi (ICOCA Card)
            Day 3: Osaka Castle & Minoo Park (ICOCA Card & Osaka Visitors’ Ticket)
            Day 4: Himeji Castle & Kobe (Kansai Thru Pass)
            Day 5: Free and easy
            Day 6: Osaka > Kanazawa > Shirakawago >Takayama (Takayama Hokuriku Area Pass, 5 days)
            Day 7: Takayama > Shin Hotaka (Purchase Noshi Bus Ticket)
            Day 8: Takayama > Kyoto ( Bus to Kanzawa, after that should I take JR or Limited express train to Kyoto?)
            Day 9: Arashiyama District ( Kansai one pass)
            Day 10: Higashiyama District (Day) and Gion (Night) Kansai one pass
            Day 11: Travel to Yamashiotaga Fruit Line
            Day 12: Fushimi Inari Shrine
            Day 13: Kyoto – Nara
            Day 14: Kyoto – KIX (Buy Haruka ticket)

            could you help me to re-check and maximize my pass usage? Thank you very much.

          2. Hi Felicia,

            I have a few suggestions.

            First of all, I recommend you to visit Minoo and Ramen museum in same day. Both places are located on Hankyu railway Takarazuka line. It’s same direction. And also you should use one of 3 days Kansai thru pass for this trip. You may do this trip on day 2 and I recommend you to visit Kobe and Himeji on day 3 by second day of Kansai thru pass.

            On day 4 and 5, you may spend your days in Osaka. You can start using Takayama Hokuriku area pass on day 4. You can take JR local trains in downtown Osaka by this pass.
            https://jprail.com/travel-informations/tips-for-japan-rail-pass/guide-to-take-trains-in-osaka-how-to-choose-the-best-route-by-train-to-get-the-major-spots.html

            Once you get Kyoto on day 8, this pass is useless, so you should start using it on day 4.

            As you think, you need to take JR trains to Kyoto from Kanazawa. You can take only trains via Toyama to get Kanazawa instead of taking bus via Shirakawago by this pass.
            https://jprail.com/travel-informations/tips-for-japan-rail-pass/how-to-access-to-takayama-by-trains-and-buses.html

            You still have one more day of Kansai thru pass 3 days. You can use it for trip to Nara on day 13. You may use Kansai one pass for other trips. By the way, ICOCA and Kansai one pass are almost same. Kansai one pass is ICOCA + discount at many attractions. You don’t need ICOCA.

            Cheers,

            Takeshi / JPRail.com

          3. Hi Takeshi,

            May I ask what do you mean by this sentence “As you think, you need to take JR trains to Kyoto from Kanazawa. You can take only trains via Toyama to get Kanazawa instead of taking bus via Shirakawago by this pass. ”

            Day 6: Osaka > Kanazawa > Shirakawago >Takayama
            1. Board 1:10 PM Nohi Bus to Shirakawago
            2. Catch 4.08 PM Nohi bus to Takayama Station

            Day 8:
            1. Board 12:50 PM noshi bus to Kanazawa station
            2. Kanazawa train to Kyoto By limited express train.

            Please correct me or advise another alternative. Thank you.

          4. Hi Felicia,

            You can take the route which you are thinking. But if you do this, you will take same route between Takayama and Kanazawa. If you want to see the different scenery, you can take limited express Wide View Hida from Takayama to Toyama, Hokuriku Shinkansen from Toyama to Kanazawa, and then take limited express Thunderbird from Kanazawa to Kyoto.

            Please use hyperdia to check the schedule for Takayama to Kanazawa and you will find the route:
            https://jprail.com/travel-informations/basic-informations/timetable-and-reservation/hyperdia-perfect-guide-train-timetable-and-route-search-engine.html

            This train route is covered by Takayama Hokuriku area pass too. You need to change trains at Toyama, so if you want to make it easier, just take a bus to get Kanazawa. The choice is yours.

            Cheers,

            Takeshi / JPRail.com

          5. Hi Takeshi,

            1. SHINKANSEN HAKUTAKA is the same as Hokuriku Shinkansen?

            2. Can I use Takayama Pass to go Yamashiotaga Fruit Line?

            Thank you.

  3. Hi Takeshi,

    My friend and I would like to do a 6-day tour covering Kyoto and Osaka in early July. We will arrive Kansai airport in the morning and directly go to Kyoto. This is our first time to Japan. Would greatly appreciate if you have a complete guide and itinerary for the 6 days.

    Day 1 – Arrive Kansai at 10.00am. Directly to Kyoto
    Day 2 – Kyoto
    Day 3 – Kyoto to Osaka
    Day 4 – Osaka
    Day 5 – Osaka
    Day 6 – depart Osaka at 20.00pm

    We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you so much.

    1. Hi CC,

      There are many many places to see in both Osaka and Kyoto. I cannot tell you which place you should go because everybody has different taste. Therefore I don’t make an itinerary personally in this site.
      Please see the link below to find the info about tourist spots in these cities and decide which place you want to go by yourself.
      http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2158.html
      http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2157.html

      Basically you can use same deals in the post above. But after you complete to make a plan and still have any questions, please ask me.

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JPRail.com

      1. Dear Takeshi,

        Thank you for your reply. I have further questions would like to ask you.

        Option A:
        Day 1 Arrive Kix Airport, stay in Osaka (1 night)
        Day 2-4 Osaka to Kyoto (2 nights)
        Day 4-7 Kyoto to Osaka (3 nights)
        Day 7 Osaka to Kix Airport

        Option B:
        Day 1 -4 Arrive Kix Airport, stay in Osaka (3 nights)
        Day 4-7 Osaka to Kyoto (3 nights)
        Day 7 Kyoto to Kix Airport

        Between Option A & B, which option is cheaper for the train transfers? And what type of passes would you recommend?
        Option A: Kix-Osaka-Kyoto-Osaka-Kix
        Option B: Kix-Osaka-Kyoto-Kix

        Thank you and best regards.

        1. Hi CC,

          Option B is cheaper. Please see the link below to find the deal:
          KIX-Osaka
          https://jprail.com/sample-itineraries/airport-access/kansai-kix/how-to-choose-the-deals-for-access-tofrom-kansai-airport.html

          sightseeing in Osaka
          https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-residents/how-to-choose-the-best-train-pass-for-sightseeing-in-osaka.html

          Osaka to Kyoto, single fare

          sightseeing in Kyoto
          https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-residents/how-to-choose-the-best-train-pass-for-sightseeing-in-kyoto.html

          Kyoto to KIX, Haruka discount ticket
          https://jprail.com/travel-informations/other-rail-passes/rail-pass-for-visitors/icoca-and-haruka-ticket-very-flexible-and-good-deal-for-tourist-who-stay-in-kansai.html

          As you see, there are so many deals available. But I cannot tell which one is the best at this point. If you want to know, you have to decide the location to stay and make sure which attractions in Osaka and Kyoto you visit.

          Cheers,

          Takeshi / JPRail.com

  4. Hi Takeshi, I will be visiting Tokyo and areas in November, below is my travel plan, would you recommend which passes for most economical travel.
    Day 1- Tokyo to Osaka
    Day 1-3 Sightseeing Osaka
    Day 4-Day trip sightseeing Kobe
    Day 5- Day trip to Nara
    Day 6- Osaka to Hiroshima
    Day 7-8 Hiroshima
    Day 9 Hiroshima to Tokyo

    thanking you in advance…

  5. Hi Takeshi San,

    We’re planning a trip to Osaka / Kyoto / Nara / Kobe this month and our Itinerary is as follows:-

    Day 1: Airport to Yotsubashi Station
    Day 2: Osaka Castle / KoreaTown / Dontonburi
    Day 3: Universal Studio Osaka
    Day 4: To Kyoto (Karasuma Station)
    Fushimi Inari Taisha / Nishiki Market
    Day 5: Nijo Castle / Kikaku-Ji / Ryoan-Ji / Gion Street
    Day 6: Nara
    Day 7: Arashiyama Bamboo Groove / Teryu-Ji / Okochi Sanso
    Garden
    Day 8: Back to Osaka (Namba Station)
    Minami / Dontonburi / Shisaibashi Shopping Center
    Day 9: Kobe
    Day 10: Osaka Aquarium / Tempozan Ferris Wheel
    Day 11: Namba Station to Airport

    Appreciate if you can recommend the passes for the most economical travel.

    Arigatou gozaimasu.

  6. Hi Takeshi,
    My family of Four is coming to Osaka this coming June.
    our Itinerary is this;
    -day1-arriving in Osaka in the afternoon
    -3 days in Osaka-sightseeing
    -3 days in Kyoto-sightseeing
    -Kyoto to KIX
    Please advise us the which pass is suitable for our travel.

    thank you very much in advance

    Cyrill
    Singapore

  7. Hi! I would like to know if the sample itineraries you posted is also workable in the month of December?

    Thanks,
    April

  8. Hi,Im planning to visit osaka and kyoto in july with my family for 5 days. We are getting in from the philippines and going to korea from osaka before going home to the philippines. Is this feasible. Thank yoy.

  9. Hi Takeshi,
    I will be visiting Kansai area this coming June, below is my trip plan. would you recommend which passes for most economical travel.
    Day1: KIX to Kyoto
    Day1-4: Sightseeing Kyoto & Saga Arashiyama
    Day5: Kyoto to Osaka
    Day5-7 sightseeing Osaka
    Day8: Day trip sightseeing Kobe
    Day9: Day trip sightseeing Nara
    Day10: Day trip Wakayama
    Day11: Osaks to KIX

    TQ in advance….

  10. Hi Takeshi,

    Does Kyoto sightseeing pass includes Keihan railway line? As my accommodation in Kyoto is around Gion-Shijo station, I was wondering which pass should I use in Kyoto?

    I have booked JR Kansai Hirsohima area pass for my trip to be used from Day 1-5. I would like to squeeze Nara either in between Day 1-3 or Day 5 since I have JR pass. Which would you recommend?

    Day 1: KIX to Kyoto -JR
    Day 2; Kyoto – JR
    Day 3: Kyoto – JR
    Day 4: Hiroshima – JR
    Day 5: Osaka – JR, Osaka Amazing Pass 2 days?
    Day 6: Osaka – Osaka Amazing Pass 2 days?
    Day 7: Osaka to KIX

    Thanks in advance.

    1. Hi Vivian,

      Unfortunately Keihan is not covered by Kyoto sightseeing card. You have to pay single fare to Keihan or using city bus. City bus is covered.

      You may get Nara from either Osaka or Kyoto. Trip time is not much different. So think about which city you want to spend more time, Kyoto or Osaka?

      Cheers,

      Takeshi / JPRail.com

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