Hyatt Regency Osaka
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Japan is a place that anyone who wants to be introduced to bizarre and unique culture should go. Today they are still influenced by their past as America is today. Many historians would say the "medieval Japan" could compare to "medieval Europe" due to warriors, castles, and feudal structures.
- The Samurai: warriors of …
... the next day we headed off, through Japanese countryside. The bus goes straight to Hiroshima, but stops to show you Japanese services, with the driver holding up a sign with the departure time on. Slick, just what I fancied, and easy. Generally buses aren't recommended, because local ones don't always announce stops in English, and so many foreigners travel with a rail pass, but if you don't have a pass or are travelling over longer than the 7/14/21 day length of those, the bus seems good to ...
... relaxing evening with massages followed by a Tepanyaki dinner. I am almost ashamed, but we really never the hotel our first night in Osaka.
We arose refreshed on our second day to head to Nara, an ancient capital of Japan (more than a thousand years ago). Nara was a beautiful little city, or at least the historic parts were. We started with the main event, a Buddhist temple (Todai-ji), which also ...
... luckily 7-11 turned out to be the lifesaver!
Spa World turned out to be just the thing we needed after the ATM ordeal. For 1000 yen we had unlimited access to 3 floors of bathing for the afternoon. Simon ventured onto the European themed male only onsen, which featured a log cabin sauna and many naked men. I spent my afternoon as the only Caucasian on the women’s floor, with beautiful Asian themed indoor and outdoor baths. After we were sufficiently wrinkled, ...
... you don’t hand them over quick enough. Saw many a child running away from them holding the biscuit above their heads and squealing – lesson to be learnt parents, tell your kid to just give the deer it’s biscuit!
So if you’re a deer lover and are not yet bored of temples then head to Nara! It was good to get a change of scenery from Kyoto but I can’t really rave about the ...