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Osaka is widely known as the “nation’s kitchen”. Maybe that’s because in the Dotonbori district there’s a ramen joint on every corner and a restaurant specialising in fugu—a pufferfish that, if not prepared correctly, could make you feel…um…unwell.

Osaka isn’t just a kitchen, though. It’s a place where you can burn off some of those calories by standing guard at a castle, followed by cheering on your favourite big guy at a sumo match.

All that adventure and more is within reach when you book one of lastminute.com.au’s cheap flights to Osaka.

Getting Around Osaka

Once flights to Osaka land at Osaka International Airport (ITM), get yourself a car hire deal from lastminute.com.au, because downtown is 17km away and riding the bus with a million other people isn’t fun.

When You Land…

Shake off that early morning sleepiness with a steaming cup of green tea. We’re thinking any of the tea houses in the Kita district should do the trick. Some of them even give you a complimentary kimono so you can sip in silk!

How do you feel about spending the afternoon defending the city from invading samurai? Well, you probably won’t. Those days are long gone, but you can at least cruise the grounds of Osaka Castle. Pick up a stick of chicken yakitori as you view the downtown skyline from the top of the central tower.

If you’re on one of the Osaka flights touching down at night, skip the pleasantries and head straight for the Dotonbori neighbourhood. Take part in what the Japanese call kuidaore, which roughly translates to “ruin oneself by extravagance in food”. Right up your alley, isn’t it?

Here’s your food agenda, by the way: Ramen at Kinryu Ramen. Then fugu at Zubora-ya. And close it out with a plate of takoyaki.

Live Like Local

When booking hotels in Osaka, consider the Namba district. You’ll be close to Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium. Why is that good? Because it’s where 300-pound sumo wrestlers slam into each other in the centre of a dirt ring. How’s your appetite now?

A food scene that may be one of the best in the world. A 16th-century samurai castle that’s still standing. Sumo wrestlers doing their sumo thing. It’s all here! Just take a peek at lastminute.com.au’s selection of Osaka holiday packages and get going to “The Land of the Rising Sun”.

Osaka Flight Deals

If you thought flights to Osaka were out of the question, you haven’t seen these fares on lastminute.com.au. You might say our fares are so low you have to drop it like it’s hot to pick them up. And while that’s not exactly true, we wouldn’t judge you if you did it anyway. In any case, when you grab a huge discount on your flight, we’re happy to report that you’ll still have a healthy budget for spontaneous late-night purchases. You know, for when you really need to buy a fedora and oversized pretzel from some downtown street vendors at 1 a.m. (we’ve all been there).

What is the cheapest flight to Osaka?
We offer plenty of flight options to Osaka starting at . Sounds like it’s time to book one of the best deals on cheap Osaka flights on lastminute.com.au.

What airlines fly to Osaka?
Each week we have flight options to Osaka. These are some of the most popular airlines with flights to Osaka airports: .

At lastminute.com.au, we make it easy to compare cheap flights to Osaka from loads of different airlines. Once you find an itinerary that works for you, booking the flight is as easy as forgetting the bartender’s name after your last drink. There’s no reason to wait—start booking your tickets now, and you’ll be sitting on your suitcase to force it shut in no time.