Hotel Nikko Osaka
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Although our hotel had small rooms it was luxury compared with the Capsule Ryokan in Kyoto.
We make use of the free laundry facilities (sooo needed) and the onsen which we enjoyed. Today is pretty much limited to a mooch around Hiroshima and grabbing the Shinkansen Nozomi to whisk us off to Osaka Kansai airport where we are holed up for …
After checking out of the hotel in Kyoto, headed straight to the Kyoto Shinkansen Station to board a hikari train which took 20min to reach Shin-Osaka, Took a cab and headed straight to Nikko hotel to complete the check in formalities and drop off the luggage. The best part of this hotel is that Shinsaibashi subway is right below the hotel in …
... 12,000 yen and I order a main and two sides. We ordered from iPads which is a first for us. I thought I'd found a really nice New Zealand bottle of wine until Noel told me it was £120 so I just settled for a glass of something else. They served a moues bouch each which was a lovely surprise, then Noel had tuna tartare salad, fish and roe ravioli and fish to start courses. In between we were constantly fed some delicious bread rolls ...
... you want. I like these, especially when I'm alone. Afterwards, I visited a few temples around the city. It was a beautiful day. Eventually I went back to the area by the boat, and stopped at a small shop to drink a beer and get a snack until it was time to leave. I snacked on takoyaki, a local specialty. These are small doughy balls that looks about the shape of donut holes. They are filled with herbs ...
... don't get anywhere else in Kyoto (or even Japan). It's quite a fascinating place, with fish being brought live, live octopus being kept in buckets before being sold, marinated fish and vegetables, lobsters, and such.
I then head back, big goodbye to Sascha and Robin, and make my way down to Ősaka. The journey takes around 40 minutes on a normal express train which averages about 80km/h and not a ridiculous 200km/h like the Shinkansen.
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