ANA Crowne Plaza Osaka
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Came into Haneda at approximately 5.30am. Have a reasonable transit time of 3 hours. Allowing ample time for a full breakfast at the airport. Not many options available that early in the morning. So had to have breakfast at a cafe which was located near the domestic check-in counter. The breakfast selection had 2 choices. A set for 1500 yen, …
Had a lazy start to the day at our swish hotel. Then off to find breakfast. Last night the Kitasinchi area was bustling with restaurants, shops, men in suits and ladies in kimonos. But today it was dead! So we headed back to the underground and found a fantastic French bakery. We then repacked our bags, checked out and headed to Osaka Castle (after …
Today after breakfast us five went for a little walk around the area before getting on the bus to go to the local train station. The Sowry's caught the first train with us which went to Matsumoto. Then we had to catch another 4 trains. Yeah, 5 trains in total!!! It was pretty boring but the scenery was amazing! So we arrived in Osaka in the …
... We walked in and stood at the entrance door waiting for somebody to show us our table. After couple of minutes one of customers approached us and explained that we have to buy ticket from vending machine we were standing at and then we just sit wherever we want, hand tickets to waiter and just wait till they bring it to our table. That is very smart system, indeed. There was only one problem when we wanted to choose what to eat, Japanese ...
... world, these trains would be every hour (if you’re lucky) but here in Japan the trains to Osaka left Tokyo every five or ten minutes.
The fast train (Nozumi) to Osaka takes less than three hours and when I arrived at Shin Osaka station I made my way into the city where I’d arranged to meet Yoshi, an old friend of mine who I’ve known since we both lived in Tokyo all those years ago. That evening, after he finished work, we headed off to a ...