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... electronics department store.
Ah yeah, we ordered 3 separate packages from Amazon Japan today. They all arrived to our room a couple of hours later. So cool!
The typhoon is getting stronger now with amazing winds and a lot of rain. It's certainly a great experience.
Tomorrow we're off to Hiroshima, which needs no introduction, of course... ...
... like to order. I placed my order and as the lady thanked me for my visit my ears nearly began to bleed. Thankfully i got away in time and the buzzing in my ears is almost gone. :-P After that it was time to take the subway to the Kaiyukan aquarium. This one had the second largest tank in Japan with amongs other things, a 6 meter long whale shark in it. The tank was placed centrally and it had smaller pacific-region themed tanks built around it. As ...
... most savoury ramen, all to be enjoyed by the traveler in their traditional or ultramodern setting of choice. Heated toilet seats and clean tap water were just icing on the cake ;) Then, Fukushima tragically happened in 2011 and all bets were off.
Fast forward a few years to today and many will declare Japan has reopened for business. Not everyone, like my mom for example :), is convinced that the country has effectively cleaned up ...
... for lunch but had a snack while we waited for the bus to Okunoin Temple. This is an enormous graveyard with over 200,000 graves and many tall cedar trees. The temple has a lot of lanterns and we saw and heard one of the monks chanting. The tourist information I had said the walk would take about 40 minutes but it didn't take us hardly any time to get there. However, then we walked out a different way and that's when we got to see the 2km path that took so much time to go ...
... it can be very pretty there though on a
clear evening. Later that evening, we met a man living in our hostel
who was very interesting to talk to telling us all the info you can
think of about Osaka; including the many hosts that are around who
aim for middle aged men with money to spend on an evening of just
chatting and the no dancing after midnight law! Thomas met us that
evening too and we went to this 'video game bar' rated the number one
thing to do ...