Hotel Unizo Osaka Yodoyabashi
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Today was meant to be a day of sightseeing around Kyoto... In the end it turned out to be the day we got lost, got into fights (dad vs Mitch, mum vs Jess, dan vs mum, mum vs dad (take cover!) you get the idea) get lost again and spend most of the day underground on trains. In between all that though ...
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Anand and I caught the shinkansen, bullet train, from Tokyo-Shinagawa station to Shin-Osaka station along the JR-West tracks. Train stations in Japan are centers of commerce and activity, given so many Japanese take commuter trains to work and the daily ridership of some of these ...
... a while so Kitawaki could show me around. The main building where you enter is very very old, and to me, it looked like a prison. The school itself is 100 years old this year. However, they have a new building, which was recently finished, it looks like a hospital inside. Admittedly, I'm not fond of the hospital feel, but it was much better than the 'prison'. For some reason, I assumed that the classrooms would be the same as any other - ...
... old lady offered to get up and give Peter his seat. He told her no, but the young boy next to her got up and gave it to him. The old lady giggled and gave Peter a can of coffee!
Walked home and dropped off the goods and went for a walk. Apparently there is a large supermarket not too far away. We walked through some of the back streets which had some traditional old houses, past a few that had Xmas lights and ...
... cream in Japan, not sure we'd swap Hagendas for it as the sesame seed flavour is a bit too savoury for ice cream for our tastes.
We had another treat in store for us that night, as we had pre-booked a nights stay in a temple, Ninna-Ji. The dinner prepared for us was exquisite, so many different options again but the level of detail in the garnishing was stunning. I finally learnt how to bath Japanese style as another guest showed me what I was supposed to be doing. It was ...