On my previous post, I have shared the steps I consider and follow in creating our trip itinerary. It took us months to finally give it a rest. Too many places to see, do and eat! And eliminating items on the list is really heartbreaking. Well, we should definitely be back!
Here’s the complete daily itinerary for Osaka-Tokyo trip.
Arrival at Kansai International Airport (KIX)
Train to Airbnb (JR Taisho Station)
Osaka Castle Park
Sorihashi Bridge “Taiko Bridge”
Universal Studios Japan
Kinkakuji Pavilion (Golden Pavilion)
Yasaka Shrine (Gion Shrine)
Gion (Geisha Street)
Fushimi Inari-taisha (Tori Gates)
Arashiyama Bamboo Grove
Bullet train to Tokyo
Yoyogi Koen Park
Animate at Ikebukuro
Narita Express to Airport
Summary of Expenses:
|PHP||USD (1USD = 45 PHP)||JPY ( 1JPY = 0.43 PHP)|
|Round trip Airfare (via Cebu Pacific Air)*||5,230.88||116.24||12,240.26|
|Japanese Visa Processing Fee||900.00||20.00||2,106.00|
|International Travel Tax||1,620.00||36.00||3,790.80|
|Osaka Airbnb (4N)||3,893.00||86.51||9,109.62|
|APA Hotel Kanda Jimbocho Eki Higash (3N)||5,207.00||115.71||12,184.38|
|Kansai Thru Pass (3days)||2,222.00||49.38||5,199.48|
|KIX Airport to Osaka||473.00||10.51||1,100.00|
|Tokyo Disneyland (after 6 Passport)||1,806.00||40.13||4,200.00|
|Universal Studios Japan||2,946.36||65.47||6,852.00|
|Pocket Money (Food/ Shopping)||31,992.00||710.93||74,400.00|
There you go!
It’s not as cheap as i used to do it, but it’s all worth it.
Lemme know what you think, drop a comment below.