Hotel Shin Osaka
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... none of that for us ,Koyto, the
ancient capitol of Japan is near ,and that was our day, beginning at 8am and
back at 6.30 pm so a lengthy day.
Precision parked very nice buses lined up on a warm and sunny
day. We travelled through Osaka, the central part ,on an elevated Motorway, so
just glimpses of the leafy modern city below, the motorway is almost covered in
high sides , so at times ,no views ,out into the ...
... Bar, it was a bit of a hike or a couple of subway routes but we headed off hopeful. After a walk too long and a few false turns we found it in a back street. What a find, it was great and the start of a few brilliant hours. Monday night and this place was open until 25:00 (1am to the rest of the world) and it full. The bars here are really small this one could accommodate about 20 people. The staff were really friendly as were the locals and everyone made us feel ...
... we had to cross the castle grounds again where a high school tour where now doing laps around the moat, Man I remember when I was in school and the teachers would take us down to the local castle for a good jog. /endsarcasim
After a bit of a rest we headed out to town for drinks at a bar Adam found before we left for japan. It is called "Space Station". A bar that while you drink can play any console ever made and a ...
... captivating, and we had a wonderful time visiting with her and Chiko, and learning about their culture, lifestyle and thought process.
In summary, being a Geiko is a very honorable and highly regarded profession in Kyoto today, and their primary role is as professional dancers. About 40% of them do meet a man who they end up marrying, and the remainder of them remain Geikos for the rest of their lives, which does provide a very good ...
... burger restaurants there - nothing like paying the equivalent to $25 for a burger, fries and drink! It was incredibly busy, being around 1pm, and we found that what people do is put all of their belongings on a free table to reserve it, and leave it all while they order. Nothing is ever stolen, and no one ever tries to move the stuff and take the table - would definitely not be the same in New Zealand! Whilst waiting in line, the servers ...