KKR Hotel Osaka
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... Osaka station. From here we visited the Grand Front Osaka building, which is actually three towers. Inside one tower is Panasonic - The Future. Panasonic have set up this store to show the new releases of products and some future ideas. You can interact with everything in the store from beauty items, cameras, tvs, go pros, kitchen appliances, etc.
We had our photo taken in a 3D photo lab. It has 120 cameras set up in a circular booth. As it was a freebie they were ...
... was so snuggly! With an eye mask and earplugs, I've had some fantastic sleeps the last couple of nights. Plus the staff are really friendly, I hope everything works out for June and his guesthouse dreams. He gave me a huge hug as so checked out
- I took the Shinkansen to osaka. Managed to get a Window see to watch the train zip by! It's incredible! Only 15 minutes to osaka from kyoto! That's one fat train!
- the subways systems and ticketing counters are ...
... them so when you were ready to order or needed anything you simply rang for a server. The nice thing about the food was that everything had its own distinct taste and flavour.
The bathrooms so far have all been proper toilets and are actually quite advanced as there is a side piece in which you may choose to further clean your self and a button you may press to make the flush noise in case you want to mask the sound but not actually flush. I went into a bathroom at ...
... car showrooms such as Bentley Osaka, the other more your High Street brands including a few known on our own High Street - including H&M and Body Shop. I tried a few things on, but I am the wrong shape for Oriental clothes! The 14 storey department store sold both recognisable brands together with more local. A roof garden overlooked the city. Lunch was conveyor belt sushi - each dish of ...
... Inari-taisha, commonly known as the 1000 torii gates, where I waited an age for all the damn tourists to pass so I could get the perfect photo; looking at yet more tourists in the Sagano Bamboo Forest and, saving the best for last, we trekked a mountain thirty minutes outside the city where, on the way down, a chap passed us sporting a three piece suit and briefcase! The japanese won't settle for anything less than fine Gucci threads even when on outdoor ...