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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Osaka City Pass?

Osaka City Pass includes the Osaka Wonder Loop bus, the Wonder Cruise river boat, and the Osaka City Subway, Osaka New Tram & Osaka City Bus, all in one pass . You can ride any of them as much as you like during the time the pass is valid and the services are running.

You can also choose to buy a pass which only includes the Wonder Loop bus and the Wonder Cruise boat.

Where do I buy the Osaka City Pass?

You can buy the pass when boarding the Wonder Loop bus. It is also available at the Osaka Subway Commuter Pass sales windows Umeda, Namba and Tennoji subway stations. If you would like to buy online before you arrive in Osaka, travel agency H.I.S. sell the pass on their site: H.I.S. 

Is there a children's fare?

Children under age of six years travel for free, limited to one child per adult.

Where are the Wonder Loop bus stops located?

The bus stops are located in 14 convenient places around Osaka City. See a complete map here.

1. JR Osaka Station
2. Kitashinchi Yuki
3. Temmabashi Hachikenyahama Keihan City Mall
4. Hotel New Otani Osaka
5. Osaka Castle Park
6. Matsuyamachi
7. Shinsaibashi Daimaru-Department store
8. Namba Parks
9. Shinsekai Kushikatsu-Daruma
10. Abeno Q,s MALL
11. Shitennoiji
12. Nippombashi Joshin-Denki
13. Dotonbori Teppan-jinjya
14. Sakaisuji-Honmachi

Where are the Wonder Cruise river stops located?

There are four Wonder Cruise river stops along the rivers of Osaka.
More details on the Wonder Cruise page here.

A. Dotonbori 2(Nipponbashi) Show on Google Map

B. Love Central (Kitashinchi) Show on Google Map

C. Temmabashi Hachikenyahama Show on Google Map

D. Minatomachi B Show on Google Map

All four stops are located close to either Wonder Loop bus stops or Osaka subway stations.

What trains can I use with the pass?

If you choose the Osaka City Pass including the Osaka public transport option, your pass is valid on the Osaka city subway, New Tram, and Osaka city bus network.

See the subway and New Tram map here.

Have more questions? Please check our Frequently Asked Questions.