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6-1-55 Uehonmachi, Tennoji-ku, Osaka, Japan
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... After checking in, having a nice lunch, passing through the security check point, a 3 hours and 40 minutes of flying, I finally arrived in Japan, Osaka Kansai Airport. The best way to get to Osaka, the city center, is to travel by JR train. So, I and ...
In our bid to avoid flying for as long as possible we travelled from China (Shanghai) to Japan (Osaka) by ferry and found ourselves boarding the Su Zhou Hao run by the Shanghai Ferry Company, as excited as little kids, late ...
To get from Hiroshima to Osaka, we hopped on one of Japan's famous bullet trains. These things are fast. How fast? Short of Captain Kirk yelling at his Engineer to "beam me up Scotty", it's Star Trek warp drive fast (240-300 km/h in regular ...
... 10, but Jane is suffering a rather nasty hangover, as she does on the rare occasions that she drinks. Tuesday, December 12 - Osaka Another ex-roommate, Takuya, lives in Osaka too, so we spend a bit of time with him today. ...
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1-11-18 Shitennoji, Tennoji-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, Japan
The oldest temple in Japan, built over 1,400 years ago, this temple is famous for its symmetrical design and even has an architectural arrangement named after it,"Shitenno-ji-style temple layout."
2-1-33 Sakurajima, Konohana Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, Japan
This extremely popular theme park is equivalent to the Universal Studios in Hollywood and Orlando, and features shows, rides and restaurants based on famous movie themes, like Jaws, Back to the Future and Terminator.
Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, Japan
The heart of Osaka nightlife, this area is filled with theaters, restaurants, cafes, bars, arcades and nightclubs.
1-1 Osakajo, Chuo-ku, Osaka, Osaka, Kinki, Japan
Once the largest castle in Japan when originally built in the 1580s, this castle has an observation platform with city views and a history museum that uses holograms, 3D pictures and other technologies to describe the history of the castle and the period during which it was built.