RIHGA Royal Hotel Osaka
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Fabulous place to stay ! Extremely customer friendly staff & great location !!
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... except that same shop that I bought it from. Osaka's specialty street food is the Takoyaki. Simply put: octopus balls. No it's not what you think lads and lasses. The Takoyaki tastes the best in Osaka since it is made by the professionals. Overall the food is great I can't stop dreaming about charcoal roasted crabs!!!!! (Drools) - Nicholas ...
Day#8 started with some good morning express breakfast in Hotel Nikko and took a train from Shinsaibashi to Osaka station.
Osaka Station is in itself a must visit spot on your itinerary. It is a massive station which consists of North and South Gate buildings. LUCUA on the North Gate building is a huge mall with tons of restaurants. Just the magnitude of this station along with the ...
... moped. It's a good thing it survived without a scratch. Yossy and I burst out laughing and pressed on. My chain clanked and fell off, disabling the pedals. I popped the chain back on and wiped the grease off of my hands as we met up with Yossy's date, Crystal.
We zoomed off in the relentlessly humid night air and found a Kyoto-style restaurant. Allow me to introduce a quote by the chef and TV host Anthony Bordain: “Do we really want to travel in hermetically ...
... staying in the Hyatt, which is a nice hotel, but because I got a special rate, I am in the annex. I am in a different building, so I walk about 10 minutes to get to my room- it is so strange! People are very nice and polite here, but have a distance about them. Very different than where I just came from, in the Philippines.
... a sliding glass door with a view of the tiny Japanese garden!
We went back to Kyoto Station for dinner-it has a department store called Isetan, with several floors of restaurants, and a few underground shopping malls with their own restaurants as well. (Not to mention the restaurants inside the entrance gates for the trains!!) We went to the ramen floor in the Isetan store. To get your ramen, you first buy a ticket from a machine and hand it to ...