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... bars and dvd shops. The walk to this area was through a covered shopping street and I was beginning to feel a little awkward when I had not seen another female for a good 15/20 minutes. We contemplated turning back but having got so close we stuck with it. As we got to the red light district I could not have been more surprised, it was exactly like Amsterdam. The girls were sat in a room looking out into the street with an older woman there to supervise them ...
... We have now come to understand that Japanese castles have no resemblance to English ones. The basic layout is a pagoda or 2, either 3, 5 or 7 stories as they do nothing in evens and several other support buildings which are normally made of timber and are housing, reception halls etc. This castle was imposing due to its massive moat and extremely well laid out grounds. There was in fact a brick building that was previously used as a museum built in ...
... us they started to shout hello, just to show their English language skills. Our obvious answer was "konnichiwa". Kids started to clap their hands when they heard it. It was really nice.
Our next stop was Umeda Sky Building. It is very impressive building and one of the city's most recognizable landmarks. It consists of two 40-story towers that connect at their two uppermost stories, with bridges and an escalator crossing the wide atrium-like space in the ...
Monday April 11th
This was our last day in Japan. We fly out from Kansai Airport in the morning. The only place on our list that we hadn't visited was Kobe. At this stage we felt we had seen and experienced all we could of Japan, except the famous Kobi steaks. Dave and Suze gave mouthwatering reports of their meal over Christmas so we followed in their footsteps.
We found the restaurant they had been in, Steakland ...
Friday afternoon I was on my way to work at Tennoji, a short tram ride from Tezukayama. I was reading the news on my phone, and missed the event going on around me. I didn't even notice any additional shaking on the tram, other than it's usual movements, and the people around me made no reaction. I was walking around Tenoji, running a quick errand before work when I got a text from Jack, "Did you feel the little earthquake about 10 minutes ...