Flexstay Inn Shinsaibashi
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... the vending machines trying to find one that stocked Fanta to drink. We were still both very tired and so decided to call it a night. This is our last night in Japan we have both enjoyed it enormously but I was a little anxious about Seoul the following day. We have never been there before and I was concerned about how easy or difficult it would be to find our way around. To our disappointment the long awaited bed was very hard and we did not sleep as well as we had hoped. Ho ...
... us through the channels of the old trading city.
We had a very good explanation about the history and difference of Osaka compared with the other cities. The importance of the trade and the influence in politics and structure of old and modern Japan
We finally met Eisuke and spend a very nice evening in a Teppanyaki restaurant nearby until we had to say goodbye. Both had to commute back to their home
... should cross the main bridge, feed the sacred horse or ducks and see the many stone lion carvings. Such a lovely quiet place to visit.
Well it is now time for me to head back to the hotel and pack my bags. Tomorrow is the last day of my stay and tonight is the final night I stay in this beautiful country, I'm sad to be going but so glad to be going home. ...
... I have quite a few plans. Tomorrow I am meeting Rina, my friend who I homestayed with last time I was here. This "photo shoot" she wants me t do for her fashion assignment ought to be interesting. On Sunday I am meeting with my host mother's friend, who is a calligraphy teacher. She wants to teach me, so that should be fun. We are also going to "Bunraku", which is a kind of traditional puppet show.
... to experience the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Japanese Art. It began to drizzle, so I headed for the museums. I'm ashamed to say that if it weren't raining, I probably would not have visited these cultural sites. When given a choice, I would much rather experience things directly. After scouring through countless photos of Japanese temples and ladnscapes on Pinterest.com, I was ready to dive in and see them for myself. Going to a foreign country's ...