Osaka Kansai International Airport is an important international airport in the Osaka business district, and colleagues are also an artificial island airport, so for many tourists, Osaka Kansai International Airport is also one of the attractions of Kansai tour and Osaka tour, so here is a detailed look at what to do in Osaka Kansai International Airport.
About the airport bus
Kansai Airport to Osaka Airport Bus
Kansai Airport – Universal Studios, Umeda, Namba and other areas Cost: 1550 yen Drive: 75-90 minutes Suitable for late night arrival in Japan.
Kansai Airport to Kyoto Airport Bus
Advantages: Direct access, no need to carry luggage to and from the tram station, comfortable ride
Cost: One-way adult 2550 yen, round-trip adult 4180 yen, child 1280 yen, valid for 14 days
Journey time: approximately 90 minutes
How to buy tickets: Tickets can be purchased at the ticket vending machines at Kansai Airport without reservations.
Night Airport Bus
①Kansai Airport Terminal 1 Boarding Area: 1F Stop 3 00:30
Kansai Airport Terminal 2 Boarding Area: Stop 3 00:15
②Kansai Airport Terminal 1 Boarding Area: 1F Stop 2 01:30
Kansai Airport Terminal 2 Boarding Area: Stop 2 01:15
How to get to the terminals
Terminal 1: Exit from the JR and Nankai train ticket gate and proceed on the left side, which is the opposite direction of Aeroplaza.
Aeroplaza: Exit from the JR and Nankai train ticket gates and proceed on the right side, which is the opposite direction of Terminal 1.
Terminal 2: Exit the JR and Nankai train gates and proceed to the right side, which is the direction of Aeroplaza (the opposite direction of Terminal 1), and you can take the free shuttle bus on the first floor of Aeroplaza.
Terminal 1: Airport shuttle bus/taxi arrives directly to the International Departure Floor on 4F.
Terminal 2: Arrive at the front intersection of Terminal 2. Note that not all airport shuttle buses can reach Terminal 2.
High-speed boat ride
The high-speed boat is a high-speed boat that connects Kobe Airport and Kansai International Airport. If you are a foreign tourist visiting Japan for sightseeing purposes with a view of their stay, you can show your passport at the ticket counter and get it for 500 yen until March 31, 2019. The rest of the year is 1,850 yen for adults and 930 yen for children 6 – 12 years old.
Terminal 1: Take the special zone bus at the airport terminal, which takes you directly to the international departure floor on the 4th floor.
Terminal 2: Once you arrive at Terminal 1, go to Aeroplaza and take a shuttle bus to Terminal 2.
A free shuttle bus to Sky View, the observation deck, can be taken from Bus Stop No. 1 on the 1st floor of Terminal 1.
Sky View has two buildings: the Entrance Hall and the Main Hall. Access to both floors is on the 4th floor.
You can purchase Kansai Airport and airline merchandise, models, toys and other aviation-related goods at Sky Shop Town (4th floor of the Entrance Hall).
Sky View Cafe (4th floor of the main lobby) where you can enjoy the takeoffs and landings of airplanes, as well as desserts and cuisine.
On the third floor of the entrance hall, there is The Legend of CONCORDE
SKY Museum (3rd floor of the main lobby) is a facility where you can learn about airports and airplanes.
Of course, it is highly recommended to sign up for a tour of Kansai Airport. Departure dates are Saturdays/Sundays/Holidays/Specific dates. The upper limit is 50 people, 500 yen, total 60 minutes, and departs at 12:00, 13:30, and 15:00. There are two ways to make a reservation.
1. On-site application: Apply at the reception desk on the 1st floor of the Sky View entrance hall. The process starts at 11:00 a.m. on the day of operation. The application procedure will be completed 15 minutes before the scheduled time on the same day.