APA Villa Osaka Tanimachi 4 Chome
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... of authentic historical costumes covering 12 centuries - over 2000 people parading - the most beautiful fabrics in the costumes. Was really impressive. This is a most well ordered and polite society which somehow seems to lessen the impact of a huge population. There is no eye contact but if you engage there is a very friendly response. It is also so so clean - everywhere clean even the crevices in the window panes on the train not ...
... we started our love hotel hunt. Normally you can't check in until 8pm. I don't think I mentioned the check-in process at them before but it's very different. You go into the hotel and there are lots of pictures of the different rooms available with their prices. The ones lit up are available. If you want that room you press a button on the picture. Then you either pay now or later. There is normally a reception desk but it has a curtain so you can't see them, you just ...
... very magnificent and we got our first tasting of Japanese food, some already started buying souvenirs. The second stop was to the Floating Garden, we enjoyed the beautiful night view and had a wonderful time. The final stop and the most exciting part of the day was to eat Shabu Shabu (Japanese hotpot) in this Japanese restaurant, we all ate a lot of the delicious food. After eating, we went back to the hotel Nikkonara and look forward to the next day. - Andy ...
... soon as we got in, and managed to hop a local line one stop to the next station where we could catch the Shinkansen. We also ran into a lovely local man who asked us where we were from, assured us we were headed the right way, and wished us well when we left the local train.
As we're travelling with first class Shinkansen tickets, are seats were pre-assigned. The train arrived right on time (the Japanese are incredibly efficient), and ...
... and there are no street addresses, we would have not even known it was a restaurant. Fortunately, our guide, Aimee, walked us to the door!
We were the first to arrive, but within 20 minutes, all 10 seats were full. We enjoyed the middlle spots at the sushi bar and the sushi chef spoke enough English to tell us what the dishes were in broken English. We had an incredible array of unusual sushi, all of which was wonderfully delicious and unique. ...