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... toasted the wedding couple with a few sakes and a lovely meal. Afterwards the young ones hit the town for a few drinks. The Japanese were all out celebrating Halloween in the most awesome costumes. We went to an English pub full of expats and enjoyed the merriment and atmosphere. The next day I wrote a speech in the morning with a somewhat sore head after consuming a few two many with the cox boys. We headed up to the wedding venue and enjoyed a ...
... museum we learned about Osaka's history. The castle had been destroyed several times, by attacking Emperors, fires or bombs during wars.
We then traveled outside Osaka, thirty minutes by train, to a little city Nara. Nara calls itself the oldest city in Japan. It has a beautiful forested park in it's centre which has several temples and hundreds of deer. We walked to the first temple and the boys had a great time ...
... seemed to be full of Japanese families and couples on a day out! It was back to back with restaurants and after chatting with the man at the hotel he recommended some places with some traditional Japanese foods that we 'had to try'. The first, a kind of Japanese pizza - okonomiyaki, we weren't to fussed on but it was a cool kind of working mans cafe that he'd sent us to that had a hot plate on our table and cheap beer. The next ...
... and each floor had museum artefacts and interesting models of the Summer War and Winter Wars showing the clans etc. There were many Samurai warrior uniforms to be viewed. (No photos allowed). They even have a souvenir shop on the ground floor which is unusual because at present these sites don’t cater for tourists wishing to buy keepsakes.
We walked through the Castle gardens which also had a commanding view over Osaka. They take a lot ...
... they would be good for the granddaughters' lunch boxes I read the labels. One said to refrigerate for six hours and one said for 12 hours, the cooling time for each was listed as 15 minutes or 20 minutes. Why would you bother to remember to put it in the refrig 12 hours in advance if it wouldn't keep your lunch cool until you got to school?! I had to laugh when I saw a battery operated mini whisk. The label said it was for mixing ...