RIHGA Nakanoshima Inn
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We had a little trouble deciding what to actually do today. There was a neat science museum right near the hotel but it was closed on Mondays. There was a neat free park about thirty minutes outside the city but we ruled it out since we wanted to see the actual city (plus a review said there were monkeys there). So we finally decided to walk to the …
Today was our only last day in our Tokyo apartment and we spent the morning in the sun filled living room just relaxing. When it was time to go we said goodbye to Toto, our electronic smart toilet, and to the neighborhood of Ota. We took the metro to the Tokyo Main Station. At the main station we bought expensive, but very much worth it, tickets …
... less populated part, where there is lots of rice growing ,and the tunnel houses and immaculate crops, right in urban areas. Japan is 70% mountains, so just 15 % is lived upon, not sure why they don’t venture into the hills ,but it seems not really, their religion is closely related to nature, Shinto ,and Buddhists as well …they use both for different occasions, so perhaps there are reasons, I ...
... made our way through the airport to the
connected train station and picked up our Japanese Rail Passes. These
are marvellous tickets which allow us essentially unlimited travel on
most of the rail network for 21 days (we have 2 each).
The next hurdle was the train into Osaka, which departed exactly on time.
I mean EXACTLY on time. To the second. Oh yes.
We love the musical tones they use ...
... the way to the Sky building. Make sure to enquire in the Information desk as they have a map specific to UMEDA SKY BUILDING. I wish I knew about the walk and would have definitely hired a cab. That is exactly what I did for my return trip to hotel as I could not dare to walk back all the way to Osaka Station.
Umeda Sky Building is an interesting piece of architecture where you have a bridge connecting 2 buildings. For 700 yen, the elevator takes you to ...