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... with megaphones making announcements (in japanese). I asked and yes, the tickets I showed the staff person were no good as all services on all lines were cancelled. He told me only the Shinkasen could get thru, so go there. Off we went to the Shinkasen part of the station and squished thru the crowds like everyone and skipped waiting in the queue for information and tickets taking ourselves straight to the platform. I eventually noticed only the ...
... chalet sauce. Meh, I don't think it's a Japanese like food! The sushi I had to accompany the fried sticks was not so great also.
- We wanted to takoyaki (friend octopus balls) famous from osaka but the restaurant was closed. And also it was recommended to eat pufferfish sushi, but you couldn't order just one and I didn't want to spend 15 Bucks on a huge plate. So unfortunately I didn't accomplish all of my culinary goals for the evenings. Osaka is known as the ...
... late. We all still needed supper so we walked around looking for a bar or restaurant that was still open, we found a place, and quickly ordered. We had a salmon, avocado salad with potato, beef that came still cooking on a hot rock, with ginger spread and tempura. It was delicious, and all of it would be relatively easy to make, I am definitely going to make the salad again!
Returning to Osaka after Kyoto and Tokyo.
We didn't get into our Osaka ...
This castle is famous for its white and big construction, and serves in many Japanese cartoons and movies as motive,
As there are renovations going on we could not enter the castle but there was enough things to explore around the castle, defense wall and garden.
... would be quite a fun place to be.
From there we headed to Sega 'Joypolis': an indoor amusement park (of sorts) and arcade. We went on a flight simulator where you fly the plane and we also renewed our rivalry at Air Hockey. I'm happy to report that I was triumphant (3 games to 1) and was duly crowned the "King of Osaka".
It was then time for dinner before going round on the huge Ferris Wheel on top of the Hep ...