Hotel IL Grande Umeda
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... Met a family visiting for the first time from Canada and a couple form Nebraska, they are just excited to see the auction as myself. Finally at 525am , the guards let us into the warehouse where the auction is taking place with hundreds of frozen tuna laying on the floor. The chefs came. In to pick the top fish at the best price in order to serve the best sushi in their respective restaurants. They tested the tail fin meat for texture and quality before making ...
... day, no matter what age or gender (yes, we did see a Grandma Cookie Monster).
2. The rides and the decorations- plus it was all done up for Christmas.
3. The magical starlight parade- the music was annoying but the parade lived up to its name.
4. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter- enough said.
5. It is amazing!!!
Oh, and yes we did feel the need to fit in with the hat wearing crowds so SpiderMan and Snoopy were purchased. ...
... train to Hiroshima, to check out the memorial site of where the U.S. dropped the atomic bomb on the city. We had flights that evening and with the trains and two hour check in time we had only a couple hours to spend in Hiroshima, which meant another early morning.
Returning to Osaka to catch my flight home. I did not leave that evening until 7 and had a last meal at the airport of sushi and Japanese beer. I did not arrive home in ZZ until 2am. I was exhausted the ...
... their establishment instead of the one next door.
Teenage girls, also probably freezing to death, wearing nothing but stockings, 8 inch high heels and a big fur coat to try to get as much attention as possible. From who, and for what end goal, I'm not entirely sure.
Groups of guys, mostly early 20s from my observation, dressed in their best leather jackets, sunglasses (yes, at night) and freshly slicked back hair, looking as cool ...
... the Historic monuments of Ancient Kyoto, and as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
We had a quick lunch at a Japanese 7-11 store which was very interesting. I had a heated pork cutlet sandwich and my parents had an egg sandwich. We also bought drinks from one of the many vending machines located around Japan.
The next place we went to was also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was the Nijo Castle which was built in 1603 as ...