Osaka and Kyoto are both popular places to visit in Japan, and they are also two places with easy transportation. Osaka, Kyoto and Nara are put together for a tour, so how long does it take to get from Osaka to Kyoto? How do you get from Osaka to Kyoto? Let’s take a look!
- 1 How to get from Osaka Airport to Kyoto
- 2 How to buy tickets
- 3 Notes
- 4 The most time and money saving transportation from Osaka to Kyoto
- 5 Slow transportation from Osaka to Kyoto – trains and buses
- 6 JR
- 7 Hankyu
- 8 3、Bus
- 9 4、Convenience and comfort – Taxi
How to get from Osaka Airport to Kyoto
The cheapest and most convenient way to take a bus from ◎Kansai International Airport (KIX) (闋西国際空港) to Kyoto Station is to buy a Haruka ticket, but if you take this bus directly brush Icoca into and out of the station to spend more than 3,300 yen with my approach to buy tickets for as little as 1,600 yen cheaper by half!
How to buy tickets
From Osaka Kansai Airport, you can find the JR Ticket Office in Figure 1 (it’s easy to find and see). Show your Icoca card and tell the ticket agent to go to Haruka, Kyoto Station. It’s super easy but many people don’t know! The point is that you must find this ticket office! And be sure to bring your Icoca card! It will be fine!
If it is the first time to go to Japan you can buy Icoca card in advance in tb This card is super versatile and very useful in Japan is – – must be bought. In addition, if you are from Kyoto Station to Kansai Airport can also buy this 1,600 yuan ticket in Kyoto Station ticket booths can be bought!
The most time and money saving transportation from Osaka to Kyoto
From Shinzabashi entrance #2, take the Yutonjin – Shin-Osaka line, after 6 stops (about 15 minutes), go through Nakajima West End – Shin-Osaka – Nakaten – Nakagin – Nanbu, then leave the station at entrance #5 and follow the directional signs for the Zha Jr line to turn around from East.
Take the elevator to the third floor with your luggage friend, then swipe your watermelon card to enter the station. 5-6 entrance is Jr Kyoto line, screen. It will prompt: normal white new fast and fast yellow, I choose: new fast Hozai line through Denghe will stop at 2 stations in Kyoto. Stop at Takapun (Tamari-dobu) ~ Kyoto, I got on at 10:20, but Kyoto arrived at 10:44, almost 22 minutes, and the cost was 570 yen. It really saves money and the time is fast. Kyoto is a city worth slowing down. I like it here.
Slow transportation from Osaka to Kyoto – trains and buses
Osaka, known as the “kitchen of the world,” and Kyoto, both ancient and healthy, are Japan’s most popular twin cities of light. Usually, when they travel west, they travel together in three cities. How can their transportation roads make their travels more enjoyable?
There are four tips of transportation to Osaka and Kyoto together, which are:
1, the fastest —- Shinkansen
If you have a “JR PASS”, then the Shinkansen is the best way to get around. However, please note that you cannot take “Nozomi” with JR PASS.
Since Osaka and Kyoto are very close to each other, the Shinkansen is about 15-30 minutes faster than the regular Tumo Road, but the price is nearly 1000 yen, so there is no need to take the Shinkansen if you don’t have a JR pass.
Station: Osaka I JR New Osaka Station Kyoto – JR Kyoto Station
Price: 1420 yen
2、Most Recommended One Train
JR trains “JR” and “Hankyu” are two different companies, and they have different stops in Kyoto.
Kyoto—JR train Kyoto station
JR can be divided into New Express, Express and Ordinary trains depending on the station. It is recommended to use the fastest New Express train, which can take up to 29 minutes to arrive. Take the Jr to Kyoto Station, which is about 3 km from the center of Beijing. It is recommended to take the bus to cater to Dosha, Nishi Hongenji Temple and Kyoto Tower.
By bus:Osaka I JR Osaka Station / Shin-Osaka Station
Kyoto I JR Kyoto Station
Time: about 29min
Price: 560 yen
The Hankyu train is available from Hankyu Umeda Station and goes directly to Kawaramachi, the center of Kyoto.
Recommended for those who want to go to Gion, Shijo Kawaramachi, Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple, Kitano Tenmangu Shrine and other major sightseeing spots.
Station: Osaka Ichihan Express Umeda Station
Time: about 43min
Price: 400 yen!
Note: The difference between JR Osaka Station and Hankyu Umeda Station
Osaka Station and Umeda Station are close to each other, but they are only about a 10-minute walk away, and there is a train to Kyoto. However, the railroad companies that operate them are different. Osaka Station is a small Umeda Station is an Osaka and Hanshin tram, and the stations to Kyoto are different
Only Universal Studios has a bus that goes directly to the center of Kyoto, and there are only two buses a day, one in the morning and one in the evening, so it is not suitable for most people.
Time: about 2 hours Price: 1000 yen
4、Convenience and comfort – Taxi
How convenient, fast, and comfortable it is to travel with your hand up and stop! Time: about 1 hour 30 minutes Price: 15000 yen
The above are the main transportation modes from Osaka to Kyoto, you can choose according to your needs. If you want to know more about the tourist attractions in Osaka, Japan and Kyoto, Japan, please pay attention to the Japan Travel Network!