Istanbul-Osaka 8,787.05 TL
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There are 128 flights operating between Istanbul and Osaka. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Seoul and Tokyo to Osaka.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Osaka flights? In the coming 3 months: Adana Osaka 17,218 TL, Amsterdam Osaka 9,710 TL and Ankara Osaka 11,297 TL
Better to book your flight to Osaka 83 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
November and February months are the highest season for Japan, Osaka. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: December and March.
Osaka, Japan's largest city after Tokyo, is located in the Kansai Region of Honshu, the country's largest island. The city, located at the estuary of the Yodo River flowing into Osaka Bay, has been the commercial center of the country in history. It is also the gourmet food capital of Japan, with the city being the ninth largest metropolitan area in the world and traditionally called "The Nation's Kitchen".
The name of the city, whose oldest settlement is thought to have started in the 5th or 6th century, means "Big Hill" or "Big Hill". In 645, Emperor Kōtoku made this region the capital as Naniwa-kyo and built his palace in Osaka. With the relocation of the capital to Asuka in 655, it became an important land and sea connection point between Korea and China. The 10-year siege of the temple began when the Jōdo Shinshū Buddhist sect built its headquarters on the ruins of the old Naniwa imperial palace. The temple of the monks who surrendered in 1580 was demolished and replaced with Osaka Castle. The city, whose population was mostly merchants, became the most important economic center of Japan, developed a port, entertainment districts and a busy artistic society. But until an uprising in 1837, when a samurai named Ōshio Heihachirō wanted to support the city's poor families, he killed himself, and a quarter of the city was razed to the ground.
Places to visit
Osaka, where innovation and tradition meet in perfect harmony, is a city where the sea, nature and culture, the most important economic and business centers of the country, everything you can think of about Japanese cuisine and colorful shopping centers. There are many places to see in Osaka, with temples in zen gardens on the one hand, skyscrapers with their awe-inspiring designs on the one hand, and Osaka Port, Japan's gateway to the world commercially and diplomatically, on the other.
Osaka, the city with the largest foreign population in Japan, is also famous for its social life and cultural activities. Once a splendid weaving center, Osaka is a popular tourist destination with its temples, lush rice fields, massive underground shopping malls, Kita, Minami and the Gulf.
Osaka Castle District, which is the historical region where the city was founded, is home to many historical artifacts. Osaka Castle contains many places that must be visited, such as Naniwanomiya Palace, Ikutama Shrine, Osaka Business Park, Tsurumiryokuchi Park.
Kita, the northern center of the city, is the business and commercial district. Umeda Sky Building, Osaka Temmangu Shrine, Osaka Shelter and Living Museum stand out among the must-see places in this region. Nakanoshima District, between the Dojimagawa and Tosaborigawa Rivers, is the city's financial and more historical center. It is an area where most of the banks are located, skyscrapers rise side by side, historical museums and Neo-Renaissance style buildings are located. It has many attractive places to visit such as Nakanoshima Park, Naniwabashi Bridge, Naniwa Church.
Minami District is known as the city's shopping and entertainment center. It stands out with its shopping malls, restaurants, dance venues and cultural centers. The city's Bay Area is the newest and most energetic part of Osaka. It is a region where amusement parks, Japan Universal Studios, Osaka Aquarium, known as Kaiyukan and housing 30,000 species, and one of the world's largest Ferris wheels are located. Apart from these areas, Uemachidaichi, Tennoji and Tsuruhashi are among the other notable parts of the city.
Food & Drink and Shopping
Osaka, which has one of the richest and most popular cuisines of its country and the Far East, is a city famous for its restaurants serving Japanese, Western, Asian, ethnic and many other cuisines. There are countless food and beverage venues in this region, where a lively atmosphere prevails, especially in the Minami District. Kita Horie, Minami Horie and Minami Senba also stand out with their restaurants offering many alternatives.
In Osaka, a shopping paradise, America-Mura and Minami Horie, Mido-Suji, Namba Nan-Nan Town, Shinsaibashi Shopping Arcade, Doguya-Suji Arcade and Kuromon Ichiba Market are the main addresses.
How to Get to Osaka
Turkish Airlines has direct flights between Istanbul and Osaka. It is possible to land at Kansai Airport, which has international flights from three airports in Osaka, with a flight that takes approximately 11 hours. Kansai Airport, built on an artificial island, is considered a marvel of architecture. It is possible to reach the city from here by train, ferry and bus.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Adana - Osaka||17,218.16|
|Amsterdam - Osaka||9,710.35|
|Ankara - Osaka||11,297.33|
|Athens - Osaka||8,865.01|
|Bangkok - Osaka||3,927.26|
|Dammam - Osaka||15,785.36|
|Dusseldorf - Osaka||12,846.08|
|Dubai - Osaka||8,721.70|
|Hong Kong - Osaka||4,175.42|
|Istanbul - Osaka||8,787.05|
|Izmir - Osaka||16,761.91|
|Jakarta - Osaka||6,963.66|
|Kuala Lumpur - Osaka||3,382.78|
|Larnaca - Osaka||13,071.53|
|London - Osaka||13,042.90|
|Milan - Osaka||8,932.30|
|Manila - Osaka||979.60|
|Oslo - Osaka||11,208.08|
|Paris - Osaka||12,068.88|
|Seoul - Osaka||2,108.96|
|Singapore - Osaka||3,016.15|
|Sofia - Osaka||9,765.15|
|Taipei - Osaka||3,075.37|
|Tokyo - Osaka||874.79|
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