Hotel Villa Fontaine Shinsaibashi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Fontaine Shinsaibashi Osaka
Located in the centre of shinsaibashi, make us easier to travel around the shopping centre. Hotel is clean, neat, and good of service. Breakfast is served in 2 style, english american and japanese style. Good food! We would love to go back again in the future
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... store mall at the park as a great place to buy souvenirs as the range was excellent and covered just about every wish and need for omiyage from Kyoto. In particular the tea specialist had a number of items I'd ...
... sun. After gazing with our mouths open at the temple we tried our hand at tossing coins into a bowl, and failed miserably. It's supposed to bring you good luck if you manage to toss a coin into the bowl. Being the cheap-asses that we are we used coins with a value of about € 0,01. A lot more expensive was the tea we had at the tea house. It wasn't a complete tea ceremony, but we got the traditional tea and a fancy looking sweet. It wasn't too bad, but it ...
... all the weird and wonderful tastes the Japanese have, tons of dried fish, tiny octopus, live eels, seafood, sushi ingredients, tuna scrapings, fish eggs. Its safe to say we didn't spend any of our budget, but it was a great atmosphere with locals buying their weekly food shop in a huge, buzzing street.
Recommended in the guidebook is the Higashi-Honganji Temple and we were not alone in visiting this large hall. Hundreds of worshippers in tourist groups were making their ...
... glass on the table. Then we are joined by Harue, one of the local maiko for drinks. She’s plump cheeked and cheeky of manner, the things I would expect of a successful maiko. In full regalia and up close she’s fascinating to look at. I briefly and surprisedly think to myself that it’s a good thing I don’t live in Kyoto, even across the language barrier ...