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... they are usually, or it's my presence that disturbs them, I haven't quite figured it out yet). They also milked the fact they have a close relationship with Tawa College. I wish they had some new footage of the Tawa exchanges though, what they showed was from a trip even before mine in 2010. The room was very cold, so Taguchi-sensei gave me what appeared to be an over-sized tea-bag. I had no idea what to do with this, so I just held it in my hand. ...
... the supermarket called Hankyu Oasis. It was a large place and even had a reasonable variety of cheese which most places don't have here. Even sold a few varieties of Tim Tams. Walked home, was about 1.5 kms I think and uphill.
Peter cooked up some gyoza which were delicious.
Phase 10 - I beat Peter 2-0
Mensch - I beat Peter 1-0
... our lunch was served out of a traditional bento box. Everything was very delicious and this is why we were thankful to have a guide, because we never would have found it on our own.
We had quite a long bus ride to our next stop, Kinkaku, or The Golden Pavilion. Makoto fell asleep on the way there but we tracked our route on the map and woke him up once we arrived. Unlike the Silver Palace, the Golden Pavilion is actually golden. You can't go in, but the outside ...
... called Umeda, Shin Umeda and Kita Osaka). Osaka central is amazing. The train station's newly built building completed under a year ago is massive and confusing. Also, the whole of the central district has a basement. Yes, imagine a whole floor underneath the Westminster area in London or the CBD of MG road, Brigade Road, church street an commercial street in Bangalore!
I then head to the floating garden observatory near umeda which is walking distance from Osaka central. ...
... a miniature model of the rock garden showing the design and the layout of the stones and supposedly no matter where you stand you can’t see all the rocks at one time. After the rock garden we went to the bus station where it lead us downtown to where we were going to see a show that had various traditional Japanese events such as making tea or puppetry or the Japanese harp or plant making to put at different shrines. I took a video of that that ...