Apa Hotel Kanku Kishiwada
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... We had to get Makoto to read what the buttons did and we eventually succeeded. Put them on to dry and we went with Makoto to an area called Kitahama. Older part of Osaka with town hall and library and other government type buildings. We went to have Curry and Rice at a chain of restaurants called Indian Curry. Very simple but tasty. We went for a walk around after lunch and called into a ...
... was immediately drawn, quickly taking David’s place to compete against Alistair. Being the gaming master that Alistair is, I was only able to beat him once, even though Micro Machines is one of the few games I am actually good at.
After a few rounds I went solo and slotted in the Donkey Kong Country cartridge into the Super Famicon. I played through the first map until I got up to the mine cart stages, where my lives started ...
... replicas of their dishes in the windows so you can see what you'll get. You just point at it and they make it for you.
At this time I already got really confused between the different languages, just managed to squeeze out a few friendly words in Korean once in a while and now we are in Japan and I have to try to remember the small words here. They must be wondering why this German guy from Ireland is speaking to them in Korean while being in ...
... and left. Ironical outside universal was way more fun. there was a jump store (shonen jump are responsible for almost every well known anime e.g. dbz/one piece) I spent money there =D. a nostalgia parler of all old animation and retro collections e.g. ninja turtles/transformers. American style 80s cafes and a bunch of gatcha-pon.
What was fascinating was the way Japanese people made a ...
... in sync with the actions of the lights. We began descending Namba Parks on the outside pathway, which was lit with fantastic lighting displays all the way to street level, and best of all from the top floor to the bottom we saw maybe 10 people. We had the entire 8 floors of lighting displays to ourselves.
Once back on the streets, we headed north through Shinsaibashi shopping arcade, which was massively crowded already. It still amazes me ...