Osaka Moriguchi Plaza Hotel
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... time and travelling with Sofia also means that we travel at a slower pace.
On our last day we headed out to the Fushimi Inari shrine which sits at the base of a mountainside and its thousands of orange torii gates which lead up to the mountain in a very scenic and meandering 2-3 hour trek. This shrine is said to be the most popular shrine in Kyoto and it isn't hard to see why, its gates form a continuous tunnel and is a photographers dream as the rays of sun ...
... Brits visiting Japan, karaoke might be something that they haven't done for a long time, but as I was a semi-regular at Cosy Joes in Newcastle last year I think I've had more than enough practice. As I announced over the microphone: "from the North East to the Far East". We had a good time and quite a few laughs in there...let's just say Lauren's Beyonce impression needs a bit of work.
The monkey park was totally worth the climb. Standing in a small enclosure (we had to be behind the bars!), we poked out open hands holding pieces of banana, apple and peanuts. The monkeys were constantly hungry, and the baby monkeys always attracted the most food and squeals of "so cute!!"
it was a busy day and we made our way back to Kyoto station to end the adventure with a giant, steaming bowl of ramen noodles.
... was less than 200 euros. I'll ship these ones back home, this is seriously comfortable! Love it!
2.7. I have had in mind (for several years, actually) to buy a big and nice cho-chin lantern from Japan for back home. This lantern type is familiar from traditional Japanese images and is essentially a rice paper lantern with painted on kanji script. The lanterns are still commonly used outside restaurants and temples. So, the top Japanese ...
... in Bento is fresh and usually very healthy. http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/virtual/be nto/bento03.html On the above web site, you can click on the page numbers near the bottom of the page, learn about Bento, and then play the game to pack a bento. It's fun! ...