TripAdvisor Reviews Okunohosomichi Kobe
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... weren’t horrible. However, my hand smelled like this stuff into the following day despite multiple washings and constant use of hand sanitizer. Anyway, this one item in the bento box tasted like these potato chips and I could not eat it. I really have no idea what it was.
After lunch, we went to see the world’s largest Buddha. Once again there were deer everywhere and one started biting a guy’s jacket. The temple that the Buddha ...
... the English speaking staff at Bogart's and it was so nice to have a chat with the friendly staff there.
It's located in front of a river and has a nice relaxing terrace perfect for summer, was soaking up the sun while eating my lunch.
... for anyone going back to this museum is to rent the audio aid that they offer which we didn't discover until the end. What was really important about this museum is our realization that we need to take advantage of what Ottawa has to offer in terms of museums because they do have super awesome exhibits that come to the city and it's a shame that we rarely get to see them. Afterwards we headed back into the rain to relax before dinner. I managed to finish The ...
... the world" - but we were in a temple in Kyoto that claimed the same. The Buddha itself was massive! The boys lit an incense stick after making an offering and we studied the Buddha in awe for quite a while before walking around the temple.
Leaving Osaka the next day we encountered a brand new mall opening at one of the main train stations, Osaka-Shin. There were thousands of people streaming into the doors and because ...
... the ship to get ready and then went out to a bar in Osaka. The small bar was full with fifteen Semester at Sea students and five locals. I asked the bartender if I could play music from my iPhone since most of us did not know the local music and they agreed to let me DJ. We all had so much fun dancing the night away.
Final thoughts: Kobe beef is delicious. That is all.
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