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... flushing toilets, but no water means no flush! She resorted to going to a local school and taking buckets of water back to be able to flush. Our next stop was the Sake brewery museum where we watched a short video about the ancient process of making and brewing the sake and then we went on a self guided tour of the old brewery. No English here so we had to figure it all out for ourselves. It's very well depicted but you definitely need to be Japanese to ...
... 12372;いねӦ 0;" all through was all it took. Some fireworks were even in shape of smileys, fruits, and characters. I was in my dream world. The end of my Osaka trip was slight cause for fear. First I couldn't find the office to book the bus then when I finally found it I was informed that the buses were fully booked and I couldn't get a bus until a week later (which was coincidentally the day I needed to be back in ...
... for traveling around the city. This seems unnecessarily confusing and complex, however it creates giant commercial hubs surrounding transfer points and major stations. This is where a lot of people meet to eat and drink after work before getting the train home. We try to explore just a few of these and are amazed at the vast choice of food and endless shops and malls. We finally settle with a cheap enough place in the Umeda station serving up ...
... represents paradise.
After our little trip into the past we went right back to the present by visiting sky tower. Sky tower has an outdoor viewing platform in 173 m height. Seeing Osaka from this height was overwhelming for me - I still can`ｔ believe that I´m on the other side of the world in this amazing country ! We saw the sunset and the lights of the city starting to shine in the night sky.
This was just the perfect ending of a perfect first ...
... eaters down
the street. We had once again gotten
submerged in a mass of people, shoulder to shoulder, as far as the eye could
see. We were once again packed like
sardines in the train cars.
Are there vending
machines in Japan? There
are a lot of vending machines in Japan! They
sell pop, juice, water, tea, whiskey drinks and beer. No matter where, there are vending machines
in view. ...