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... Den Town where you shop for electronics, and Shinsaibashi which combines chain stores and trendy boutiques with expensive department and luxury designer stores. The pictures I'm including with today's blog are just shots I took today while walking around. Just general day-to-day pictures which will hopefully give you a feel for the place. Tomorrow, we're off to Kyoto. A place full of history, temples and shrines. Much more interesting in terms of subject matter for a ...
... under renovation, I warmed up myself in the spa and had a good sleep on the night.
On the next day, I visited Ikuno Korea Town. I have visited Osaka many times and I still think the city is boring for tourists, compared with Kyoto and Nara. I cannot recommend anything but USJ and Spa World, but if you like Korean food, it is an idea to try Ikuno Korea Town, too. I heard Ikuno Korea Town is getting popular among Japanese tourists these days, because of ...
... the only gaijin sometimes for miles
Transport!-when you're used to a rediculously ineffective and useless system as us Australians are,one as well oiled and functional as the Japanese public transport system is,seems at first to be confusing and complicated,and at second,and third,but it works because everybody uses it,those that arent riding their pushbikes on the footpath that is! Not getting run over by tredly's is like a martial art-Ninja training or ...
... which starts trading at the ungodly hour of 3am, we were there at around 9am so only caught the tailend (geddit?) - watching traders sweeping up fish guts mainly.
We decided to go to the advertising museum nearby which is housed in Dentsu's iconic skyscrapper (Dentsu is Japans largest advertising agency) & obviously what I do/did. They were hosting the D&AD winners (a big advertising awards ting to the uninitiated).
... of the subway lines. We went to this HUGE shopping area...thing. I can't even describe it. On the outside it looked like a huge department building of sorts, kind of like what you might see in New York City, but it was 11 stories. Three of them were underground. I bought my new cellphone there; I love it so much. It's simple, but it functions wonderfully...and it was only $3 for unlimited texts for 30 days! ...
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