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Osaka is Japan’s third largest city and is a major industrial region of Japan. You may be there on business but equally you can be a tourist in the city for there’s so much to see and do. Spread out over a large area, public transport is a good way to get around the centre but a hire car collected from Osaka International Airport is invaluable if you want to see some of the sights that are further out from the centre. Arranging a hire car from Osaka Airport is very easily done and by completing a simple form online we’ll show you the lowest prices that are available on car hire at Osaka Airport.

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At Any Airport Car Hire you’ll find a company which is dedicated to not only finding you the lowest prices on car hire at most of the world’s airports but also to ensuring that your car hire experience is one you’d want to repeat with us over and over again. We’ll provide you with many benefits included in the price we offer you that others would count as optional extras. Whilst you’d hope that roadside assistance is unnecessary, we think it’s best to be safe than sorry and include it in our car hire package. We’ll also provide you with an unparalleled level of customer support and at any time between entering our website and the end of your car hire period, you can contact us for help and advice.

Osaka Domestic Airport Guide

Osaka Airport is actually the main domestic airport for the city of Osaka and is also known as Itami Airport. It’s only a couple of miles from the city centre. Its international partner is Kansai International Airport and has competition with Kobe Airport some 16 miles away. All flights to Osaka International are domestic so it’s unlikely you’ll try to get there from abroad via hubs as it’s just as easy to fly into Kansai or Kobe Airports.

Osaka was virtually totally destroyed in the Second World War and was rebuilt in a neo-traditional way but with the use of concrete and steel giving many of the sights a slight feeling of inauthenticity. The castle is the main attraction and despite being completely rebuilt in the 1950s, it has a very pretty cherry blossom garden, a riot of pink in springtime. There are plenty of temples and shrines, some of which survived the ravages of war as well as a fabulous science museum with interactive exhibits that children love.
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