Kanku Onsen Hotel Garden Palace
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but quite comfortable
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WE SAW: - Himeji castle - Kobe (in search of a beef restaurant for lunch!) - the busy streets of Osaka in the Minati area, such as Dontonbori WE ATE: - green tea, soya bean and black sesame ice creams - Kobe beef in Kobe! - chargrilled crab - Takoyaki (octopus dumpling things, an Osakan speciality) WE LOVED: - being approached by a kindly old man while walking around Himeji castle and given a tour supposedly ...
... My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, being the only person with a camera, I was the Photo Master, responsible for documenting our trip through the lens of my Lumix TZ40.
Sean spent the majority of the day rehearsing and then sound check at Club Vijon so he was meeting us there. Chad from Little Long Beach was coming to the gig also so we met him at the bar at 6pm and he showed us the way. It was a 20 minute walk from his bar through an area we had never been before. Really cool part of town with a sort of Paddington/Double Bay type of feel. The club is located in the basement of a building and has a really cool muso ...
... force and you can hear the air getting knocked out of them as they collide. There were some great bouts and some tamer ones, but overall we are so thankful that we got to experience it. After Sumo we headed back to Dotonbori in search of Gyoza. Boy did we find them! We went to the restaurant with the giant plastic Gyoza out the front. It was so cheap! You could order 6 Gyoza for 300 yen (less than $4!). They were so full of flavour ...
... watching area and some odd sights indeed especially around the area known as Amerika-mura. Lots of American style clothing shops around here and the young people are very trendy and fashion conscious. There were huge lines at the takoyaki stalls, a dessert place called Eggs'n Things and a stationery shop. Walked to Kuromon markets which seems to specialise in seafood and had a tasting of abalone. It ...