Kyoto’s Fushimi Inari Shrine has temples or places of worship and Torii gates. It is perhaps the most impressive place in all the sights of Kyoto. You can see hundreds of scarlet torii gates donated by companies as thanks for their success or hope for happiness in the future.
Osaka’s Dotonbori is the business district of the city and a paradise for shoppers. You can buy anything and everything from here. Just do not be overwhelmed by the shopping madness that reigns in this area.
Here are the available modes of transport from Kyoto to Osaka.
Kyoto To Osaka By Bus
The distance between Kyoto to Osaka is 47 km. Take the OKK Airport Bus transport from Kyoto to Osaka City. The travel time is 45 minutes at a cost of US$11. To check the latest timetables and fares, check everything here: http://www.okkbus.co.jp/en/index2.html
If you prefer to drive or ride a taxi from Kyoto to Osaka; the travel time is 40 minutes.
Kyoto To Osaka By Train
First, take the Hankyu Railways (Line Hankyu Kyoto) train ride that is bound from Karasuma to Minamiibaraki train station. From here, take the Osaka Monorail (Line Osaka Main) train ride that is bound to the city of Osaka. For more details about the railway transport, timetables, and fares, visit this site: http://www.hyperdia.com/
Kyoto To Osaka By Plane
There is no commercial or international airlines that cover the flight route from Kyoto to Osaka City.