Super Hotel City Osaka & Natural Hot Springs
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18) Smoking rules are the opposite of America. Smoking outside is not permitted, but is allowed in many restaurants and bars.
19) No one jaywalks or crosses the street when they are not supposed to. Even if you are crossing a one-way street and there’s no cars as far as the eye can see, the Japanese will stand and wait (and wait, and wait, and wait) until the light ...
... The service was very good. The food was strange, neither western not Japanese but kind of a mix of the two. We arrived in Tokyo an hour early so we had a three and 1/2 our wait for our plane to Osaka. Immigration and customs was not too bad but the walk to get to immigration was at least 2 miles. The waiting for the plane to Osaka was brutal. We had now been up over 24 hours and we were beginning to get goofy. We ...
... there are tonnes of lights decorating the gardens on the rooftop of the building. They were so pretty. My host father said it's a romantic place for couples (haha) - I suppose since Valentines Day is coming up too. We then went to dinner and had tempura, which was actually the first time I've had it on this trip. After dinner, we went to see 'The Wolf of Wall Street' at the cinema, which was interesting. Little did I ...
... where we had eaten before. They hadn't had okonomiyaki before. I think they enjoyed it. The lovely waitress was called Hiyumi (Helen) was quite chatty. Lorry and I went and watched the chef making the okonomiyaki and reckon we'll give it a try when we get home.
Also introduced Lorry and Geoff to the Y100 shop which they love!
After lunch we headed in to Namba to ...
... Once we knew what we were doing, we had good fun and understood why they are so popular.
We then went to find dinner. Everything is big in Japan and everywhere you look there is something interesting to see. Especially outside restaurants, which have massive objects above outside to tempt you in, such as a massive crab with moving claws or a life size cow. This was our first Japanese food experience under the direction of Kaz. We went for Katsu, most of which was delicious, ...