Hotel International House Osaka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Osaka
... the last 3 days. After a 3 hour nap, I woke up and visited the Asakusa temple, despite the heavy rain, massive number of tourists still crowd the temple and surrounding to the max. Being so tired of the crowds, I walked around for a few minutes and head back to my hotel. I bought 2 delicious white peaches as snack. I wanted visit the Doraemon museum, but found out it's closed today, so I packed up and head out to Osaka. Trying to make the best of my JR pass, my visit to ...
... we were up first thing to get on our next plane to Singapore via Kuala Lumpur. Nothing in this world could have prepared us for the chaos that was Kinsai airport in Osaka!
There were people everywhere! The queue for customs stretched right to the end of the terminal, with 3 people across, which left us severely worried that we wouldn't be able to clear in time for our flight even though we had arrived over 2 hours early.
Baggage drop off on its own was a ...
... to shame.
If anyone is looking for a beautiful clean and vibrant country to visit, were the hospitality is top notch and has so much to offer, whether it's taking in the city lights and attractions or relaxing in the a country side oasis, Japan is the place for you!
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Considered rude to- point, talk loud or use your phone on the ...
... d see the Japanese in their slippers. The Japanese take off their shoes as soon as they enter their home and even some restaurants. Slippers are always provided which is helpful if you’re not wearing socks.
Prior to coming to Japan, I really only had tried sushi, but after this trip, I’ll be a bit more adventurous in a Japanese restaurant. Although I’m not sure that any Japanese restaurant in Buffalo serves much more than ...
... of the month. Apparently late January to early February is the coldest time of the year here. From lunch we went to The National Bunraku Theatre to see the afternoon show. "Bunraku" is a show that features traditional Japanese wooden puppets. I imagined it as being quite small, more cute than anything, but it was actually really extravagant. The theatre was so huge and these puppets were moved so cleverly that they ...