Aki had us take a cab to Dotombori because walking all the way back to the train station with my dad would have been a little difficult. I asked her if we could try true Okonomiyaki so first we took a look at the great and gaudy neon signs including the Glico man (who she said was a Filipino man) and all the other signs like the crab, octopus etc. etc. She then took us to a wonderful Okonomiyaki restaurant and we got to try the sampler which included Takayuki, modern okonomiyaki, regular seafood okonomiyaki, Yakima soba and and omelette with beef. Yum yum!
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