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... We ordered sushi that was wrapped in two different kinds of leaves. It was very tasty!
We spent a little time shopping, looking at all the touristy items for sale. We bought a very nice Japanese fan that we are using to decorate our house. We still don't have much in our apartment. The place came with a tv and tv stand, but the channels are all Japanese, so we have only tried to use the tv once. We are sleeping on a Japanese style futon mattress, ...
... a huge array of different styled shrines. But with the temperature at a toasty -5 C even my 7 layers couldn't keep me warm (should have brought that winter coat) so I headed out to Kansai airport where I was interviewed by Japanese TV, will keep a look out for it on the internet! Japan's been great but I'm ready to move on. Hopefully I will have just as much fun everywhere else! Next stop Hong Kong! More photos coming when I find a ...
... a 16th C warrior who oversaw construction of the original castle and was a general bad-ass. The view from the top of Osaka is really impressive. Just as impressive was the festival going on in the park below us. Hundreds and hundreds of teenage schoolkids took part in huge, really colourful group dances. That night we headed to Amerika-mura, a district of the city dedicated to fashionable americanized shopping and food, before seshing the night away.
The final full day ...
Osaka. Home of the Hanshin Tigers baseball club. Home to down-to-earth working class citizens, and home to unpretentious, delicious comfort foods and good times. Obviously, there is much more to Japan's third largest city, but this is what comes to mind as I write this.
Today is Friday, meaning the downtown core of Dotombori Arcade in Osaka's Minami area should be buzzing. That's right, I plan our stops based on the best days to drink! Don't hate :) ...
... many houses here with traditional style Japanese tiled roofs; it makes for a quaint traditional look even on the modern buildings. It’s a gorgeous spring day, and I’m really impressed with the comfort of these trains. Bryan and Michelle are passed out next to me (notorious sleepers). I think I’ve probably only slept about 6 or so hours since I left the US, but ...