Hearton Hotel Minamisenba
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Excellent hotel, good value for money, very close to Shinsaibashi center.
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... amazing, but it was equally delicious! By the end of that, I was truly stuffed, and couldn't even finish my icing face (haha). I also received many gifts from Rina and Mina, such wonderful friends I have. I enjoyed the day very much. In March, Mina is going to study in Australia for a year at a university in Sydney. Being here makes Australia seem so close to home, or even home itself. Maybe I will visit her sometime.
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