Toyoko Inn Kobe Minatogawa Koen
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... by a present on our seats as it is also tradition that all guests receive a present. This turned out to be hand made towels in a beautifully presented wooden box as well as a Mt Fuji shaped cake. We enjoyed a delicious seven course feast washed down with Sparkling Wine, Asahi and Sake. The food was the best we had so far in Japan and the table we were seated on had a mixture of Japanese and Aussies but all the Japanese had spent time in Australia ...
... the hostel. But it sure was worth it once I did. My favourite hostel ever and some amazing people. The staff were super cool (Ayaka, Keiko and Mr Yano!) and it had a great atmosphere. Ate amazing food and did amazing things. Highlights included Osaka Castle, Nara and attending a soccer game (I have now adopted Cerezo Osaka as my team - going to win the league!)
Osaka is such a lively place. It's got a different ...
Dr. Jordan here and im taking todays blog because talia had her bag topple her over today so shes feeling the burn after we got a little lost finding our guest house in osaka today...and because todays entry is simple enough that tal trusted me to handle it:) After an early bus ride this morning, we got to Osaka and it was pouring rain. After getting lost and having a Korean gentleman try ...
... eat). Went back to the hotel to ut on warmer clothes and then we
spent the day travelling from ski store to ski store – mainly
looking for a “extera waidu braku” for my skis. I used google
translate to get the phrase for “I'd like a 115mm ski brake please”
and with that scrap of paper and a quick internet search for local
ski shops we were on our way. I was pretty sure we had hit gold in
the very first sports store we ...
... slightly carried away. Nat demolished 10 sushis and I demolished 12 (what?? she didn't want the crab!). Not only did we eat but we enjoyed waving at the couple sitting at the booth on the other side of the train to us. We waved to them throughout our meal and enjoyed giggling at their enthusiasm. Another great feed in Osaka! Looks like I'll be happy to have Dads Lean Cuisine or Mums Jenny Craig from the freezer on my return. What will I eat tomorrow? haaaaaaaa. Sayonara Japan! ...