The closest hot spring inn to Kansai International Airport is also extremely convenient for sightseeing in Osaka and Kyoto.
Izumisano Sightseeing Spots
10 minutes by car / 30 minutes on foot
Built in 661, Shipporyuji is the head temple of the Inunaki school of the Shingon sect. Also recommended as a hiking course.
Gyoja no Taki
10 minutes by car
Waterfalls for training where many practitioners visit.
Mt. Inunaki is open to women, so it is called “nyonin Omine”; for women are prohibited from entering Mt. Omine.
Rinku Town
20 minutes by train
The nearest outlet mall from Kansai International Airport is located here.
Osaka Sightseeing
Dotonbori and Shinsaibashi in Namba
60 minutes by train
You can enjoy shopping and Osaka gourmet foods,including takoyakiand okonomiyaki, in these areas.
Umeda in Osaka
65 minutes by train
There are three department stores and specialty stores near the station, and the popular Umeda Sky Building is also located in this area.
Osaka Castle
75 minutes by train
Osaka Castle is one of the famous castles that represent Japan. It is a popular tourism spot and a historic building from the samurai era.
Universal Studios Japan
75 minutes by train
This is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Osaka.
Kyoto & Kobe Sightseeing
95 minutes by train
Kyoto is one of Japan’s leading tourist destinations. Hereyou can experience the four seasons of Japan, including the cherry blossoms and autumn leaves, as well as numerous shrines and temples.
85 minutes by train
This stylish bay area spot is a representative of the Kansai region.
Wakayama & Nara sightseeing
Koyasan Kongobuji Temple
60 minutes by train
This sacred site was founded by Kobo-Daishi Kukai about 1,200 years ago and has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
85 minutes by train
This major tourist destination includes numerous World Heritage Sites. Deer walking on the streets and the Great Buddha Hall are especially popular.