Kishiwada City Hotel Princess
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... currency and sort other stuff, I was headed there also to exchange my all important voucher for my rail pass so we headed off together, on navigating the subway and chatting to Anja about Japan it became immediately apparent that Japanese culture was pretty much the opposite of China, we walked through the subway and everyone followed orderly lines, there was no pushing, shoving, shouting, running or the chaos of China, everyone smiled and was super polite, it was ...
... to think we were originally going to lodge in a different guest house within the deer park that just happened to be booked out. Things definitely worked out for the best!
Around 5pm we headed back into town for the Uneme Matsuri festival held at Sarusawa Pond. The festival was acknowledging the ‘consolation of Uneme’. Legend has it that Uneme drowned herself when her love of an emperor ended in disappointment. A shrine was built in the memory ...
... said as many Sumimasen's as we could and bowed a lot then did the Gaijin walk of shame past the bemused patrons. I am sure I heard one guy snicker as we walked past his table but I could be mistaken. We kept on our Yakiniku quest with everybody's (Me and Marc) tempers rising until Sean spotted a place that fitted the bill. Turned out to be a great place, good selection of meat and vegetables and ice cold beers. Bill came to $100 well done Sean! We headed to the Mystery ...
... easliy shop for hours.
I went to a shop called GU and their prices are low at great value.
Jacket for like less than 1000yen on sale! I also managed to get a good deal on some jeans for 900yen. There is a big department store Daimaru and you should visit the supermarket underground and check out the strawberries. They are so good absolutely full of flavour.
I'm pooped, I need to lay down my feet are killing me! ...
... of it. There are a few
things to see in Osaka and then it is just a nice place to just
experience; the central area with all the lights and shops is
fascinating to wonder around in the evening. It is said to be the
loudest, dirtiest and most unsafe city in Japan, but to be honest, if
that is the standard set then we don't have anything to worry about
for the rest of our Japan trip as it was really clean and quiet
(particularly compared to China)