Dormy Inn Umeda Higashi
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... were staying just around the corner from the centre of town where hundreds of restaurants were located. Each had their neon lights glowing in every colour imaginable. We wandered over to Dotonbori street, also full of restaurants, but here the lights were even more impressive. Huge crabs sat above restaurants with moving legs all lit up, dragon models weaving their way along building walls, again all lit up, and a vast wall of ...
Osaka castle is one of the most famous building in Osaka. I went to Osaka Castle with my friends, Atsuki and Naoya, They are Osaka boy. But even Atsuki is Osaka Boy, he has not yet visited Osaka Castle museum before. Because of acommpanying me, finally he visited Osaka Castle Museum. However Atsuki has never visited this place before, but he can explain all of part of the museum correctly. I appreciated him. Osaka Castle is located in the center of Osaka City. It is ...
... The blue metal raked in perfect lines around the square, and the perfectly swept walkways are a giveaway to the Zen mindset. Firstly one must keep the room and the temple spotlessly clean and orderly, then to do the same with the mind, and when you get that bit understood and engrained as part of your way, ask the next question Grasshopper! The clear difference in the Japanese temples is the understated way the place is run and presented, no big flash anything, just ...
... house, so I know these routes. I felt so grateful for this help, now I have a basic overview about the area I am staying in.
But that wasn`t the end of my day - the best was yet to come.
Mrs Arakawa picked me up with her car and we drove to the south of Osaka to see the biggest annual fireworks in Japan, but more about that later.
Now I have to go, because one of the students I tagged along with will present a case report and I do not want to miss this.
See you later !
... our hands in a fountain. You use sticks with ladles attached to pour water on your hands as your leave. One man was watching us and smiling. He made sure to tell us not to drink, "very dirty" he said. We laughed.
We decided instead of going home we would go see the Kaiyukan. Kaiyukan means aquarium. This was on our list of must see's because this is the largest aquarium and only one in Osaka. We decided we would eat lunch first on the way. We stopped at ...
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