Loud, busy, and full of fun activities anyone will enjoy, Osaka is the third-largest city in Japan, with a population of roughly 2.6 million. Foodies will love the city whose unofficial nickname translates to 'the city that loves to eat.
Try the takoyaki, deep-fried batter stuffed with octopus, or try the okonomiyaki, Japan's version of the pancake. Okonomiyaki consists of floury batter filled with veggies and topped with meats or seafood and sauces. Of course, you can never go wrong in Japan with sushi or ramen. While eating your way through the city, stop to check out some of the sights. Learn about ancient Japanese history at Osaka Castle, wander through the streets of Shinsekai, go for a stroll at Nakanoshima Park, or hope into any of the neon-sign-bearing shops in Dotonbori. People in Osaka are considered to be brasher than much of the rest of Japan, but don't let that stop you from visiting.
Although the winter months do not see extreme temperatures or snowfall, Osaka does have four distinct seasons. The offseasons from March to May and September to November are great times to visit as the weather is temperate and the crowds are minimal.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Osaka. The hottest month in Osaka is May, when temperatures peak at 101 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to 32 ˚F. The wettest month in Osaka is June with 16.49 inches of rain, while the driest month is January with 0.75 inches of rain.
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Browse vacation rentals from all the leading providers including Airbnb, Agoda, Priceline and others at AllTheRooms.com. Osaka has 5,005 hotels, vacation rentals and other special places to stay, with prices to suit careful travellers, extravagant travelers and everything in between. When traveling on a budget, the most economical place to stay in Osaka is available at $5 per night. In general, an accommodation in Osaka will cost you $79 per night.
If you want internet access during your stay in Osaka, then you can choose from over 1,707 places to stay that provide WiFi internet. We have 65 accommodations that come with breakfast included. You can keep up with your workout routine by staying at one of 21 accommodations that provide gym facilities. Driving to Osaka? Then choose one of the 885 places to stay that comes with a parking spot included. We track 20 vacation rentals that have a pool or jacuzzi.
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We combine a wide variety of Osaka accommodations including vacation rentals, home stays, hostels and other unique places to stay into one easy search. We show results from more than 4 providers, including 1,287 places to stay from Airbnb, 490 accommodations from Agoda and 193 places to stay from Priceline.
2,844 of the accommodations in Osaka have been reviewed and rated. 71% are rated excellent or good. 1,466 accommodations allow instant booking.