Hearton Hotel Minamisenba
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHearton Hotel Minamisenba Osaka
Excellent hotel, good value for money, very close to Shinsaibashi center.
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From a distance, the Umeda Sky Building looks like it was built out of Lego (Google it) but it costs to go up to the viewing platform so we decided to settle for some from-the-ground shots instead.
In the basement, they have reconstructed a 1930's Osaka street full of restaurants called Takimi Koji which was great to have a little wander around (though the food looked pretty pricey).
... opened our bags and searched inside. With my help I took out the contents of my bag (Which were all smaller bags) and placed them out on the table. Two officers then began to rifle through my things. I felt a little sorry for the man as he opened up my dirty laundry and began to search through it. I was then frisked and only had to remove my jacket but the officer was quite friendly if you know what I mean. They searched through everything unpacking and then ...
... Studios in the morning!! We went to Liam's favourite place in all of Japan, a Japanese food chain called Yayoiken. It serves a range of things from noodles in soup to seafood but it’s mostly just fried meat with all you can eat rice which was a winner with Liam from the start!
It was an early start up and out to get to Universal, we got there for around 8am ready to queue for our tickets and we had decided to purchase the extra fast-passes ...
... were filled up along with the small shrines and big drums. I let the crowds carry me north towards the next bridge so that I could see the fireworks from there.
I have to say, Osaka has been one of my favorite cities so far. Given enough time, I might just get accustomed to the metro and train system so that I don't start muttering to myself as soon as I enter the station.
Hope you enjoyed my visit to Osaka. Stay tuned because Kyoto is next. Ja ne!
... a Geisha! It was sooo exciting! We followed her for a little while but Mum wouldn't let us get a photo. Then we went home. We went back out for dinner and content with seeing one Geisha, we weren't even looking and then Dad noticed there was another one in a taxi! We felt blessed to see 2 in one night! Last time Mum and Dad came they only saw 1 Maiko, an apprentice Geisha. For dinner we had Japanese savoury pancakes. Bye ~ ...