RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka
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Fabulous place to stay ! Extremely customer friendly staff & great location !!
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... to Tokyo at midnight & despite how tired we were, we knew straight away we were going to love it there. We hopped on a coach bus to Tokyo city and as the bus pulled away, the bus depot staff bowed as we left the station. Ummm what just happened? That pretty much just sums up how lovely, respectful and polite the Japanese people are. And it just got more lovely, respectful and polite from there!!!
Every time we walked into a 7-11, a restaurant, a shop or a famous ...
... to go back tomorrow before our flight.
We had to split a soup because we could not find an ATM that would work and give us less than $100 (10,000 yen). The cash machines seem to be as scarce as the big grocery stores. We tried at least a half dozen different locations and came up with nothing. One machine even gave us a scare saying that John's card had expired (it really hadn't though). We needed a machine once we were at the buildings with the escalators ...
... sushi section of the shopping mall seemed like a small paradise.
2.7. For dinner we had kara-age. Kara-age means "deep-fried", in this case chicken. There is also takuan and hiyayakko, which is cold tofu, in this case cut to cubes, served with katsuobushi, soy, ginger and okra. Katsuobushi is a fundamental Japanese ingredient and essentially is shavings from a long dried and smoked skipper tuna fillet.
3.7. On ...
... there are six cans of Tiger in the fridge, bought them yesterday then fell asleep, they are all yours if you want them". The last thing I saw were two Singapore ***** bending over the fridge as I headed out to the waiting taxi. The Taipei airport was a laugh, they got us off the plane, walked us from one end of the terminal to the other, then put us straight back on the same plane. Very efficient if not a little "what the". The crew smiled laughed and said "hello welcome back" ...
... for it's tasty meals made with their "dashi".. a broth used in japanese food..our selection of tempura prawn with noodle and Udon noodle with tofu confirmed their status in Kyoto good food guide. Seated on the floor in the upstairs japanese style room over looking the canal gave all a welcoming break to the day so far.
Next visit was to the Heian Shrine... must point out here the difference with shrines & Temples.. ...