Hotel Oaks Shin-Osaka
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... oil. We both had Wagyu beef for main. It was absolutely amazing. The service in this restaurant was outstanding too. Noel had a orange creme brûlée dessert which was shared ;-). You could see the chefs prepare our meal throughout in the kitchen and we had a view over the city on the other side of us. We had such a great meal and to top it off which kept Mr Accountant happy they gave us a discount!! Haha. We signed up to the ...
... pieces, and topped with a spicy mayo. Pretty good actually. Eventually, I got back to the boat, and we left Japan just a few days ahead of a large typhoon.
A few surprising/interesting things about Japan:
1) The people are extremely respectful and orderly. For instance, when you get on the subway, people don’t just barge on – they form single-file lines and get on ...
... was maybe a bit unpleasant for what we were used to! But it came with melon Fanta, which was awesome. We then went on to Osaka Castle, or rather the grounds of it - the castle was closed up by the time we got there, but it was all still very pretty from the outside, and it was a really nice day. We then went back to the hotel and we were pretty tired, so we had dinner in the restaurant where ...
No matter. I've wanted to try Hard Rock forever, and I can say I've been there now. One more thing to tick off the to-do list. Never, ever, ever again though, unless someone else is paying.
After wandering back through the souvenir shops, and getting shop attendants all excited with the prospect of selling their overpriced junk, we headed back for the hotel to check in.
I collected the key, and knew ...
... Okonomiyaki" is a savoury pancake, with the same sort of flavour as takoyaki. It can have cabbage, noodles, shrimp, beef, basically whatever you choose in it. My host parents also ordered beer for me, as was per usual now. Its funny, I'm technically not at the drinking age yet - in Japan it is 20 rather than 18.
After a very long day of shopping, we returned home. We were out for about 8-9 hours so I was glad to get home and go to bed.