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3-4-18 Uemachi, Izumisano, Osaka, Kinki, 598-0007, Japan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by steveandtam


... is the correct word). We decided to go for a bit of a wander and went in search of lunch. On the menu today was the local specialty of Okonomiyaki with soba noodles. We found a place on the third floor of a shopping mall and picked our choice of toppings. They were made right in front of us on a teppayaki grill! All of them were absolutely scrumptious. We washed them down with some beers and some chu-high lemons (local sho chu spirit mixed with ...

A castle and a big city

A travel blog entry by roberton


... Black-background film sequences were projected into the scenes, allowing 6" people to re-enact the stories amid 3D structures. As the story (mainly oppression of poor people and a lot of fighting) progressed from one location to the next, the old scene would go dark and the new one light up - it was a cross between the theatre and telly and worked extraordinarily well. Just think how much more we would have got from it if we'd understood a word of ...

Downing beers in Dotonburi

A travel blog entry by gothgoes

... this is reduced) and the rooms are clean and comfortable with reasonable sized bathrooms but if you like Japanese bathing there's a huuuuuuge sento bath in the basement.

More importantly though for Osaka it's right on the edge of ...

Day 44 - Trains, Castles, Dumplings and Temples

A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy


... very very reserved people, and a quick smile or nod is often the most that you will get out of them, the smallest glance carries a lot of good energy in this country. Still, we said the odd hello and looked about at the stuff on display as we wandered along and again we were clearly the oddity. I soon realised that over the whole day we had seen less than 8 other westerners, and that there are very few tourists about at all, but still, aside from the unfamiliar language ...


A travel blog entry by mnm2012


... was passed down to his son. Not only a beautiful setting and building the castle has been very successfully turned into a museum with copious amounts of information and interesting exhibits including of course samurai swords and outfits which excited Marios.

We also made an unlikely friend, a retired elderly Japanese man hanging out in the castle grounds who ended up accompanying us (through a thunderstorm) ...


This hotel, located on 3-4-18 Uemachi, Izumisano, is near Rinku Park.
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