Hotel Lake Alster Alza Izumiotsu

Address: 18-5 Asahicho, Izumiotsu, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 595-0025, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 18-5 Asahicho, Izumiotsu, is near Yayoi Culture Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Izumiotsu

Apparently I'm tall and polite...

A travel blog entry by nbd.finn on Oct 10, 2014

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... that is very unusual in Japanese culture, I was a stranger in their homes. On top of being a stranger I am a foreigner, unable to speak to them in any easy manner.

It became apparent that where in most of Europe the inviting into one’s home is commonplace, even among strangers, that is not the case in Japan. I was very much putting them out of their comfort zone.

Luckily, Reena had offered me some Dutch goodies I could give this family as a gift, to smooth ...

Osaka Love Thieves

A travel blog entry by 12thousand500 on Jul 16, 2014

... is not just about eating and drinking to financial ruin since, even in the daytime, you could tell that our hotel was in the middle of pretty gigantic red light district. But what became apparent only at night, when we were heading to the other side of the Dotonburi canal for dinner and drinks, was that what was going on in this red-light district was a little bit different. Had Yvette and I not watched a documentary that popped up on Netflix once called ...

It's hard being a celebrity

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Oct 24, 2013

3 comments, 5 photos

... don't worry) but once I got used to being that high it was absolutely breaktaking up there. I hadn't realized how big Osaka is and it really opened my eyes to its possibilities. After taking the escalator across and having a minor panic attack we decided to take the elevator down. This would have been fine but I didn't realize that the walls were glass so 2 seconds later I was going down in this glass box that gave the illusion that you were free falling. To be honest it was the most ...


A travel blog entry by spiderwebbs on Sep 21, 2013

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... with an observation deck on the top level. The castle apparently was built by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, who was largely responsible for the unification of Japan which was done by force and the museum is full of stories and scenes depicting battles. On his death political power was seized by the Tokugawas and the Shogunate period began. This period lasted about 250 years until power was handed back to Emperor Meiji. Like many of Japan's historical buildings it has suffered ...

Yodabashi & Shinsaibashi

A travel blog entry by anj-ikimashou on Jun 01, 2013

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... girl is nearly crying at her failure. Jus is on the edge of his seat. The suspense is killing us! The 3rd round is a plush Mickey Mouse with a loop at the top that the Skill Tester has to grab it by; another is knocked out, we have a winner! She's crying. She's won a flag!? But wait, the suspense is not over, a new competition has started with 6 ten pin bowling contestants in a strike bowl off. Well they did have to fill the void of Iron Chef with ...

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