Shin-Osaka Esaka Tokyu Inn
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... are actually 4 rooms to the suite, 2 with tatami mats and 2 with hard wood floors. The first room with wooden floor is the small entry which then opens onto a room with one small chest and a mirror .... this has a tatami covered floor, presumably for dressing and storage. This, in turn, opens to a larger room with 8 mats. When we arrived it had a short legged coffee table and cushions in it. That's all. Later, the coffee table was put to the side and two nice sized futons were put ...
After the Shinkansen we arrive in Osaka. We took the subway to Namba, which is in the middle of the city. While in Namba I had Subway :) Fun fact: turkey is rare (at least in Okayama, I don't know about Osaka. But it is hard to find a turkey sandwich, so I got a ham sandwich ...
... prenatal care, but when a woman is pregnant she will almost certainly go to a dog shrine in her fifth month and get a specially blessed white maternity band for her stomach to guarantee an easy birth, like a dog’s. You can buy hot coffee in a sealed can from a vending machine that stays hot, but you must step over the doorpost when entering any temple or shrine, and I suspect some people do it over every doorstep. The Japanese seem to have no ...
As a special indulgence we had dinner at a Michelin 3 star Japanese restaurant. Japan has more Michelin star restaurants than anywhere else in the world outside Paris, and I really wanted to eat the best Japanese cuisine once while we were here. We were not disappointed. Nakamura is one of the oldest restaurants in Japan. It has been operated by 6 generations of the same family. The latest chef earning himself the coveted third star about a ...
... for the opposite--women who act completely dependent on men.
Anyway, the point is, how does a stagnant economy support this many businesses that target such incredibly high priced food and entertainment?
Finally, on the topic of the commodification of everything, if you haven't seen the Vice segment on the Japanese Love Industry, you really should, although it might give you nightmares.