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Planning a trip to Osaka, Japan

13th Feb to 18th Feb, 2024Budget Friendly Flight
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Things to do in Osaka in February

Day 1 - Wednesday 14th, Feb
afternoon -

Arrive in Osaka and check into a cozy homestay like Hostel Jin or Guesthouse Suna no Shiro in the Namba area.

Day 2 - Thursday 15th, Feb
morning -

Visit Kuromon Ichiba Market for a breakfast of fresh seafood and local delicacies.

afternoon -

Explore the vibrant streets of Shinsaibashi and take a leisurely stroll along Dotonbori Canal, known for its iconic neon signs and street food stalls.

evening -

Dine at Zuboraya for an authentic experience of Osaka's famous dish, fugu (blowfish), in the lively Dotonbori area.

Day 3 - Friday 16th, Feb
morning -

Visit Osaka Castle and explore its beautiful gardens and the historical museum inside the castle.

afternoon -

Head to Umeda Sky Building for panoramic views of the city from the Floating Garden Observatory.

evening -

Indulge in the local street food at Tsuruhashi Market, known for its yakiniku (grilled meat) stalls and traditional izakayas.

Day 4 - Saturday 17th, Feb
morning -

Take a day trip to Nara and visit the iconic Todai-ji Temple, home to the Great Buddha of Nara, and stroll through Nara Park to see the friendly roaming deer.

afternoon -

Try some local Nara specialties like kakinoha sushi (persimmon leaf sushi) at a traditional eatery near Nara Park.

evening -

Return to Osaka and relax with a visit to Spa World, a unique onsen theme park with various hot spring baths from around the world.

Day 5 - Sunday 18th, Feb
morning -

Embark on a self-guided walking tour around the Tennoji area to discover hidden street art and murals, including the famous artwork by local and international artists.

afternoon -

Experience wearing a traditional kimono at Kimono Rental Wargo and take the opportunity to explore the area around Shitennoji Temple in your elegant attire.

evening -

Enjoy a budget-friendly dinner at Kushikatsu Daruma, a local favorite for delicious deep-fried skewers in Shinsekai area.

Day 6 - Monday 19th, Feb
morning -

Spend the morning at the tranquil Sumiyoshi Taisha, one of Japan's oldest shrines, to soak in the peaceful atmosphere and admire the unique architecture.

afternoon -

Shop for souvenirs and unique finds at Doguyasuji Arcade, a covered shopping street specializing in kitchenware, cookware, and food-related items.

evening -

Departure from Osaka and head back to Mumbai with unforgettable memories of your backpacking adventure in the vibrant city of Osaka.

Weather in Osaka in Invalid date
Avg Temp3°C to 12°C
Chance of Rain30%
Chance of Snow10%

February in Osaka is generally cold and dry, with average temperatures ranging from 3 to 12 degrees Celsius. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Travel eSims for Japan

*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Osaka

Clothing & Apparel

Warm jacket -

Osaka in February can be cold, so pack a warm, waterproof jacket to keep you comfortable during your outdoor explorations.

Comfortable walking shoes -

You'll be doing a lot of walking in Osaka, so make sure to pack comfortable shoes that support your feet.

Layering clothing -

The weather in Osaka can be unpredictable, so it's a good idea to pack layers of clothing that you can adjust to the changing temperatures.

Scarf and hat -

To keep your head and neck warm in the cold weather.


Travel documents -

Make sure to have your passport, visa (if required), and other important travel documents organized and easily accessible.

Travel wallet -

A travel wallet will help you keep your money, credit cards, and other valuables organized and secure.

Sunglasses -

To protect your eyes from the sun's glare.

Reusable water bottle -

Staying hydrated is important, especially when you're exploring a new city. Bring a reusable water bottle to fill up throughout the day.

Essentials & Must Haves

First-aid kit -

A basic first-aid kit can come in handy for treating minor injuries.

Toiletries -

Pack travel-sized toiletries to keep your essentials organized and within TSA regulations.

Medications -

Bring any prescription medications you need, along with a small supply of over-the-counter pain relievers and antihistamines.

Travel adapter -

A travel adapter will allow you to plug in your electronics in Japan.

Good to have

Small umbrella -

Osaka can experience unpredictable weather, so a small umbrella can be useful for staying dry.

Travel pillow -

A travel pillow can help you get some rest on the long flight to Osaka.

Travel guidebook -

A travel guidebook can help you plan your itinerary and learn more about Osaka's history and culture.

Camera -

To capture all the amazing memories you'll make in Osaka.


Smartphone -

Your smartphone will be your essential travel companion, helping you navigate, communicate, and capture memories.

Portable charger -

To keep your electronics powered up on the go.

Headphones -

For listening to music, podcasts, or audiobooks while you travel.

Travel router -

A travel router can help you stay connected to the internet while you're on the go.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash is still widely accepted in Osaka, but credit cards and debit cards are also commonly accepted, especially in larger establishments and tourist areas.

Food Delivery Apps in Osaka

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