Best Western Joytel Osaka
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... am going to have a meal at a sushi train with my host family.
My Japanese is improving i think, with a few false starts people can generally get my gist of what I am trying to say!
Fun Fact: all the food here seems very cheap compared to Australia with a yummy italian roll kind of thing around 152yen (about $1.50ish).
ANYWAY, I'll keep trying to post on this blog a few times a week
peace out ...
Following the incredible Tokyo and the fascinating Kyoto, Osaka seems a little flat in comparison. Modern, clean and well organized, it seems to lack the distinct character of our last two destinations. Still, Osaka's castle (though fully rebuilt after being 90% destroyed during World War II bombing) is beautiful, within green gardens, offering wonderful views of the city. Osaka's nightlife is also loud, with neon lights, a bustling bar scene and a wide array of restaurants, from ...
... last activity in Japan which was the onsen (hot spring) experience. This time we attended the traditional onsen which is separated according to gender so Marios had some company whilst I indulged in sheer relaxation and pampering going from one onsen to another with different temperatures, the sauna room and then straight into the cold water back into the onsen then onto the warm water seat with water trickling down ...
... we saw. It seems to rain every other day in this country.. so after three or so weeks I learned my lesson and I finally invested in a umbrella.
Interesting fact of the day: instructions on how to find a geisha...
From what I discovered finding geisha's is like fishing/hunting. From what the locals told me the geisha's, they come out at dusk in the Gion district. You don't go where all the ...
... in restaurants and the green tea here was so delicious. Our hunt for the capsule took us into an interesting area of Osaka which was more sleezy than I was expecting for Japan but I guess every country has its areas however Japan is incredibly safe and a no point did I feel nervous about walking round the city at night.
So a very interesting and tasty first day in Japan. The hostel was also amazing. So clean and had everything you could need and more, they even supplied ...