APA Hotel Tennoji Ekimae
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... the variety of goods presented on a single floor of Yodobashi Camera.
Weary from the shopping experience, we headed to Grand Front Osaka, yet another massive shopping district which just opened last year right behind the train station. Much like Canadian malls, that place was 90% women's apparel shops, but it also had a number of interesting cafes and restaurants.
We took ...
... and somehow I ended up right outside the stadium - Yep, not the right way. But eventually I made it home, without even having to call my host parents to tell them I was lost. For the first time since I've been here, it was actually quite windy, so biking was rather difficult, and really really cold.
When I returned home, I re-organised my stuff and set off to go shopping again in Namba. My host parents were just leaving to go to the ...
... the site. We spent a few hours walking around the various buildings with our guide, learning about the lives of the pioneers of Hokkaido. The buildings were all brought from other parts of the island and assembled here to give an overview of many facets of life, from schools to farms, homes and shops. Once we got back to the start of the course we thanked our guide and ate lunch at the cafeteria before walking to the Historical Museum of Hokkaido. The museum will undergo ...
... a more downtrodden but very interesting and colourful neighbourhood, filled with more restaurants and chintzy souvenir shops.
By just wandering out to find somewhere to eat, we caught most of the sights recommended on TripAdvisor. We were temple-d out from Kyoto and Mt. Koya, so opted to skip the ones on offer in Osaka. We slept in, sat in coffee shops overlooking the crowded streets, wandered around looking for tasty restaurants to try, ...
Lake Biwa, the largest lake in Japan, is about an hour by train from Osaka and goes via Kyoto.
The JR pass covers which is a bit of a relief.
After an eagle tries to snatch my Japanese wheat bread with butter and jam away from me on the Biwa Pier, I escape towards Hieizan Sakamoto which is another shrine on the mountains with the added drama of access via cable car.
I then end up at the ____ bridge across Biwa and after admiring the ...