Osaka Jet Charter

Private Flights to/from Osaka, Japan

Our team at Jet Charter Japan emulates the Japanese attention to detail, dedication to flawless service, and respect for the safety and comfort of clientele. Our jet charter representatives can arrange multiple aspects of your trip, and will work with you every step of the way.

Available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, we make sure that your needs are met exactly when they need to be. Request a jet charter quote now, or call to book your luxury private charter flight to Osaka, the masterful land of the rising sun.

Luxury Hotels and Resorts in Osaka, Japan

In Osaka, Japan, there are many great hotels and inns to stay at. When flying with private jet charters, you want the best place to rest for the night after a long flight. You can find modern hotels that you can find all around the world, or you can go for a more authentic place of stay, such as an inn that resembles ancient Japan. The list below has been compiled based on the suggestions of some of our clients.

The St. Regis Osaka
Address: 3-6-12 Hommachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0053, Japan
Phone: +81 (6) 6258-3333
Website: The St. Regis Osaka
Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka
Address: 1-17-11, Nambanaka, Naniwa-ku, Osaka 556-0011, Japan
Phone: +81 (6) 6635-7111
Website: Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka
Intercontinental Hotel Osaka
Address: 3-60 Ofuka-Cho Kita-Ku, Osaka 530-0011, Japan
Phone: +81 (6) 6374-5700
Website: Intercontinental Hotel Osaka
Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel
Address: 1-1-43 Abenosuji, Abeno-ku, Osaka 545-0052, Japan
Phone: +81 (6) 6628-6111
Website: Osaka Marriott Miyako Hotel
The Ritz-Carlton Osaka
Address: 2-5-25 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0001, Japan
Phone: +81 (6) 6343-7000
Website: The Ritz-Carlton Osaka

Attractions in Osaka, Japan

Osaka, Japan is the destination for pure entertainment. Nearly every district is dedicated to entertaining the natives and tourists that visit, from shopping to an exciting nightlife. These attractions have been suggested by our clients.

Address: 2-2-22 Shinsaibashi-suji Chuo-ku, Osaka, 542-0085
Phone: +81 (6) 6211-1114

In Osaka, Japan has it’s own version of time square, known as Shinsaibashi. The entire district is dedicated to shopping. There are American-themed stores, youth culture, boutiques and major outlet stores, there’s something for everyone in this area. If you’re ever visiting, this would be a great place for souvenirs or bringing home knick-knacks for your friends.

Website: Shinsaibashi

Videogame Bar Space Station

Who says arcades are dead? Not in Japan, my friend. In Osaka, they understand the simple joy of playing video games with friends, or even strangers, while under the influence of alcohol. They even set up a bar dedicated to this pastime, with a great atmosphere, and games ranging from the classics to the new virtual reality machines. A gamer will find their homeland is in Osaka, Japan.

Address: 1-1-10 Kaigandori, Minato Ward, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture 552-0022, Japan
Phone: +81 (6) 6576-5501

With the kids and want a great way to keep them entertained? Kids always like to go to the aquarium, and Osaka’s Kaiyukan aquarium is definitely one to check out. It is one of the largest public aquariums in the world, it’s a five-minute walk from the Osakako Station, and they have a large (tranquil) whale shark. There are 16 exhibits throughout Kaiyukan, and if you want a show, you definitely want to get there around feeding time.

Website: Kaiyukan


Tokyo has been said to be the city of lights, but we think Osaka has them beat once the lights go out. Nearly all of Dotonbori is illuminated at night; it’s so bright, a common boat ride can go from tranquil to exciting once the sun goes down. The buildings are covered in neon lights, billboards and signs light up, and the atmosphere is all around very eccentric. Dotonbori is known as the “entertainment” area, and is very popular for tourists to visit, due to its theater district and dazzling nightlife.

Himeji Castle

A designated national treasure, this is one of Japan’s most famous castles. It survived earthquakes, fires, wars, and was left virtually unscathed during World War II, even when its surroundings were leveled via carpet bombing. It is nearly the last standing castle in Japan, has a history of 400 years, and towers over many skyscrapers and office buildings in the area. Some construction and renovation is going on, and the castle is currently closed for now, but is said to reopen late March 2015. Annually, it is closed December 29-31 during the holidays, a typical tradition in Japan, where many stores and attractions close around New Year’s.

How to Get There

Because Himeji isn’t in Osaka, but is a famous attraction, we felt it should be noted here. We have listed the best ways to get there from here.

  • Near the Kansai International Airport, there are buses that run eight times a day to Himeji; a 2.5 hour ride
  • Take the Port Liner train from Kobe Airport to Sannomiya, then hop on the Shin-kaisoku train service to Himeji; a total of 1.25 hours
  • Take a bus from Itami airport directly to Himeji; buses arrive every hour, a 1.25 hr ride
  • The Hikari Rail Star and Kodama trains offer frequent service to Himeji
  • Take a train on the Sanyo Shinkansen line that runs from Osaka to Kobe
  • The most inexpensive method of travel would be to take the Shinkaisoku commuter train on the JR Kobe line; a 57 min ride from Osaka; 38 min from the Kobe Sannomiya station
Where to Watch Cherry Blossoms
  • Kema Sakuranomiya Park
  • Osaka Castle
  • Expo 70 Commemorative Park
  • Osaka Mint Bureau

Airports in Osaka, Japan

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