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... until you hopped off and some signs and billboards would start talking, as you walked by. When we heard a noise or a bell or music - we didn't know if a train was stopping, a sign was selling us something, if we had to get of the escalator, if someone was busking, a robot was losing its mind or we simply left the TV on.
This is a perfect lead into the amazing world of Japanese toilets. The toilets themselves are worth a visit to Japan! Firstly they are electronic with ...
The flight to Osaka was uneventful. Just a typical 10 hours of discomfort, a few movies, ordinary food. We arrived on time at about 8:50am Sunday. The Japanese were a contrast in efficiency to the Italians and in no time we had our bags and opened the doors to greet Em with much excitement all around. Under Em's guidance we caught the express to Namba and had a short walk to our hotel. We dropped our baggage and went off to explore ...
... tv show on SBS!
The artists name is Show Luo, he was so handsome and he had so many fans around him at the meet and greet. Before the meet and greet began he sung his new hit songs Fantasy and Lion Roar, it was really good to see that so unexpectedly.
Time to head back to the hotel room, relax, watch some of my Studio Ghibli movies and sleep off my lunch and that amazing cheese cake, it was so creamy and soft wow, it was such a unique desert.
... cozy and cute. Unless you pay ridiculously high amounts of money for large rooms you will get a typical Japanese hotel room. It is big enough for a desk, a small bed tucked into a corner and pretty much nothing else. The bathroom is tiny but functional. The best part about the room is that it comes with kimonos!
John convinced me to go for a walk tonight instead of being a bum. He had a two hour route planned out. We stopped downstairs at a noodle shop to ...
... hot, and the Japanese have a tendency to compensate for cold weather by superheating their shops, trains, taxis, etc. Last night's train from the airport was a good example. I would have thought they'd have developed a higher tolerance for cold than a bunch of Australian tourists, but what seems to pass as "comfortable" to a Japanese person in winter is inevitably too damn hot for us.
With Starbucks done, and the shops beginning to open ...