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... 14.00 USD )to store it. From the displays, I had picked my restaurant.
I pushed through the flag-like short banners that screened the doorway of the restaurant. I held up one finger to indicate the size of my party. A bustling woman restaurant worker spoke to me in Japanese and pointed to my assigned single table. I picked up the menu, found the meal I had seen in the window, and pointed to it when the woman came to take my order. More Japanese, a nod, and ...
... determined not to have much time on my feet, and there is always plenty of waking to be done. The metro, for instance, generally only has escalators going up, so getting to the train is a stroll, and for each attraction I was strolling. To the Osaka Prefectural government Sakishima Building Observatory building next, which is on the 55th floor, and is presumably so named as a challenge-if you can rattle off the name with no hesitation by the time you're at the top, you ...
... resembling an english menu, but had no luck. We walked back through the club lined streets and stumbled across a cosy restaurant, the door opened and a small Japanese lady says "Japanese yes??" to which we gave a confused nod and a yes, assuming that she meant is Japanese food okay? We we're wrong. Since the entire menu was in Japanese and there were no pictures, we sat and contemplated the ...
... cages, and even caves but DH (where the D stands for 'Don't even think about it!!) hustled us back out on the street before we could properly explore this cultural phenomena.
We did explore Osaka itself and found it to be a high energy, and welcoming big city. We were staying in the Namba district and a number of nearby neighbourhoods were worth a visit; Shinsailbashi-sujihas has to be one of the longest, most colourful, covered shopping streets around, ...
... far from the station. And again I'm impressed with the hostel's little differences: Curtains to grant some privacy in the bunk beds, are a great invention, but strangely available here in Japan only. And in this place they're even equipped with magnets to close them properly. Another useful thing are the holes in the lamp's plug, for that I can plug in something else on top of it. Then there is the fan: It looks like a fan, but ...