Best Western Joytel Osaka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the southern part of Osaka city. We walked around Dotonbori and ate some more amazing sushi/sashimi. We then walked down Shinsaibashi, which is a covered street shopping mall. We stopped in every cell phone store that we found to buy a phone, but all of the plans in Japan seem to be with 2 year contracts. We finally ended up talking to someone who spoke English and she let us know that we could sign up for the contract and cancel with a 10,000 Yen fee. That seems like a ...
... of the park and kept being hit with the same problems we have had throughout our time in Japan, it's all too English, too familiar.
We left the park and headed towards the station through the Universal City walk shopping and restaurant area. There were lots of great places to eat but we decided that it would be a lot easier to just get a McDonald's. This day had probably been our most expensive day since we had been away as we bought lots of water to hydrate ourselves, food ...
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Today we got up early, had Japanese breakfast and went to Osakajo Koen (Osaka Castle). The castle was amazingly beautiful, and we took so many pictures. I payed four hundred yen to dress up in a kimono and have pictures taken, which was great. We went to Universal Studios next, which wasn't how I thought it was going to be, but still great. There were more shops than the theme parks in Queensland, and not as many ...
... farther down to take part in a purification ceremony with the pure holy waters of the temple. We placed a cup out under the falling water and collected it. Then you pour it over your left hand, then your right hand, then your left again. Then you clap twice and bow deeply. This is one of the types of clean water you can also drink. Most temples you can't drink because they are not filtered. This water has been falling for thousands of years. The temple was ...