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2-1 Senribampakukoen, Suita 565-0826 Osaka Prefecture
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OSAKA by Land Rover Discovery Sport 2018 Customize Your Itinerary
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OSAKA by Land Rover Discovery Sport 2018 Customize Your Itinerary

Private VIP Tour in OSAKA allows you to “Customize Your Itinerary” to fit your specific travel expectations. <br><br>You have your own private Land Rover Discovery 2018 and English speaking driver for approximately 8 hours.<br><br>Our team assists you to manage the tour, give recommendations, make reservations and check information.<br><br>&lt;&lt;&lt; You customize your own Day Trip in OSAKA &gt;&gt;&gt; <br><br>STEP1: We propose list of famous destinations while you share with us your travel desires and special requests. <br><br>STEP2: With careful communication and planning, we share and exchange our draft detailed itinerary.<br><br>STEP3: We revise/finalize the itinerary.<br><br>***You can always change the itinerary even on the day while traveling with the tour guide. Please feel free to reach our team and tour guide for recommendation at any time. <br><br>***Extra charges will be applied for over time service.
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Single Mum Travels wrote a review Feb 2020
Canberra, Australia123 contributions113 helpful votes
Good shops and good food hall. We found what we were after the day we went and got a good lunch also. We were hoping the pokemon gym was still there but sadly not.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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dynamic14 wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore9,882 contributions329 helpful votes
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Huge and popular shopping mall in Japan, the multi-venue Expocity covers approximately 172,000 sq meters in Suita, just outside Osaka. Too big to cover in one day, there are tons of shops, cinemas, food outlets and entertainment areas here. What’s interesting is the new concept aqua-zoo Nifrel which we visited and highly recommend.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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_U_HG wrote a review Dec 2019
Gold Coast, Australia63 contributions15 helpful votes
Less crowded than the inner city malls but loads of options and restaurants to choose from. From the monorail entry side there is the Osaka Wheel which opens till late. Another attraction is for the gundam series fans as there is a huge gundam store right outside the entry. For evening dinner i recommend Soba Dining restaurant which I would rate 5/5 for quality and value. There is also a food court inside as well and a Loft store if you wish to buy funky Japanese stationery items. Excellent experience of shopping in Osaka.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Cyn S wrote a review Nov 2019
Hong Kong, China54 contributions10 helpful votes
It's just a mall. No need to travel all the way from downtown to here. There are no outlet shops at all.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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maryyeo wrote a review Jul 2019
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam1,448 contributions432 helpful votes
Key highlights: - For children - Nifrel zoo, largest ferris wheel in Japan currently standing at 120metres, extremely large green space for running around, small theme park for little ones, Calbee, Sanrio, TOMICA, Peanuts, Gundam, Shaun the Sheep playground and few other famous cartoon characters' specialty stores - For adults - lots of shopping in a gigantic mall with many shops, and yet not crowded at all on weekdays. Large H&M, Uniqlo, Zara, MUJI, DHC, etc. There is a sports zone, and a gigantic book store - Food - many cafes and the "food pavilion" mentioned is actually what Singapore would call a food court. Huge space, almost empty when we were there on a weekday, even with a separate small area with cute low child-friendly tables paired with comfortable seating with high backings for parents to rest their aching backs. They truly know what parents and kids need at the end of a fun yet tiring day out with the young ones. Some stores in the food court have kids menu with cute cutlery too! Getting there: It's like what EXPOs in most cities are - a little out of town. A 40-minute journey but you need to change trains, and the walk in between is about 10 minutes. Don't get lost! Here's how: From Umeda station (Red Line); 20min train to Shenri-chou station (8 stops) 10min walk to transfer to Monorail Line (cuts across open-air mall) 5min monorail to Bampakukinenkoen station (2 stops) 5min walk to Expocity
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Date of experience: May 2019
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