Hotel Com's Osaka
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... Train staff were actually pushing people in and squeezing the doors shut, it was quite something! We decided to cab it to Tokyo station, were we caught the reserved Narita express bullet train to the Airport.
This trip has been great, we really feel something special with Japan, the people are friendly, there is a vibrant art scene, a big vegan community and it is rich with history. We will definitly be visiting again as soon as we can :)
... roads were pretty empty.
The apartment was small, but it had everything necessary. I also had a laundry facility on the ground floor, so it was practically perfect. When I told Nami-san that I wanted to go to the Tenjin Matsuri (The Gods Festival) she gave me directions as well as were to go before, during and after the parades. That information proved invaluable the day of the festival.
Since the Festival wasn't until the 25th, I spent my time getting ...
... and rise up to the 39th floor. Everyone but Marina was scared, and when Mo said "I'm sweating", Dominic added. "my slippers are soaked!!!" I knew the feeling because mine were as well. The three of us with weak legs took a minute to rest at the gift shop before heading up to the 40th floor. There we sat against the glass on stools and had a frappacino, all the while gaining the courage to walk up ...
Today I figured I should get up and do stuff, it's getting harder and harder to drag myself out of my comfy hotel bed haha.
I have decided that I am going to go shopping in Namba Parks, I have no idea what I'll find there but I'm sure it'll be fun!
Then after my visit to Namba Parks I am going to go Rikuro Ojisan no Mise to get their famous cheesecake, my mouth is already watering.
While I was at Namba parks there was a famous singer from ...
Groups of 8 or so older Japanese men, dressed in expensive suits, sunglasses and shining leather or crocodile skin shoes, with one obvious "main man" in the center of the group, swanning through the crowds like they own the city, while passers by get out of their way and avert their gaze, I assume out of respect or fear.
It is great fun to watch.
Heading to all of the usual places to get photos, we found ourselves on ...