Kishu Tetsudo Osaka Umeda Hotel
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... a couple hours to see shitennoji temple.
- I looked for a sushi place to stop for lunh but resulted to my good old faithful onigiri lunch from family mart. It's so good and only a dollar! This time I had salmon, way better then tuna! I want another one right now lol
- the temple itself it's a top sight to see in osaka because it's one of the oldest temples In japan. But once I read the lonely planet and it said it's all a recreation, I wasn't that impressed ...
... d see the Japanese in their slippers. The Japanese take off their shoes as soon as they enter their home and even some restaurants. Slippers are always provided which is helpful if you’re not wearing socks.
Prior to coming to Japan, I really only had tried sushi, but after this trip, I’ll be a bit more adventurous in a Japanese restaurant. Although I’m not sure that any Japanese restaurant in Buffalo serves much more than ...
... just these tiny little beings in a sea of adults, making their way without thinking twice. (Note: I barely let me child walk down the street alone...this is a huge cultural shift.) Yokohama was similar to Osaka, but I think the people were generally calmer and in less of a rush. Regardless, people are calm, quiet and respectful. Some are running, some are walking at a robotic pace with the others, and some, well, some are ...
... another two hours!
Oh well, time to just sit around and do a whole lot of nothing, woo! I'll be arriving back in Melbourne in the afternoon at 2pm, so that'll stuff around with my body clock a fair bit haha yay.
Man I am so disappointed to be leaving *sigh* Guess it gives me the excuse to save up and come here again!
Until next time, toodles (:
... stop on this trip!
Eating my way across Asia is a longstanding item on the bucket list, as for years I've heard others rave about not only the quality, but also the astonishing variety of foods available in Asia. So our little culinary journey begins today in Osaka, a city that many consider to be the epicentre of good Japanese eats. In fact, Osaka is so renowned for its good food, it has sparked the phrase kuidaore, which means "eat 'til you drop".